Daniel P. Miller

Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, United States 
"Daniel Miller"
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Christopher A. Chapleau research assistant 2000-2002 Carthage College (Neurotree)
Jeremy M. Reimers research assistant 2000-2004 Carthage College (Neurotree)
David S. Reis research assistant 2007-2011 Carthage College
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Martino PF, Miller DP, Miller JR, et al. (2020) Cardiorespiratory Response to Moderate Hypercapnia in Female College Students Expressing Behaviorally Inhibited Temperament. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14: 588813
Miller DP, Allen MT, Servatius RJ. (2020) Partial Predictability in Avoidance Acquisition and Expression of Wistar-Kyoto and Sprague-Dawley Rats: Implications for Anxiety Vulnerability in Uncertain Situations. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11: 848
Allen MT, Miller DP. (2016) Enhanced Eyeblink Conditioning in Behaviorally Inhibited Individuals is Disrupted by Proactive Interference Following US Alone Pre-exposures. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10: 39
Churchill JD, Voss SE, Miller DP, et al. (1998) Phenytoin blocks the reversal of a classically conditioned discriminative eyeblink response in rabbits. Epilepsia. 39: 584-9
Miller DP, Steinmetz JE. (1997) Hippocampal activity during classical discrimination--reversal eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. Behavioral Neuroscience. 111: 70-9
Gabriel M, Kang E, Poremba A, et al. (1996) Neural substrates of discriminative avoidance learning and classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits: a double dissociation. Behavioural Brain Research. 82: 23-30
White IM, Miller DP, White W, et al. (1994) Neuronal activity in rabbit neostriatum during classical eyelid conditioning. Experimental Brain Research. 99: 179-90
Steinmetz JE, Logue SF, Miller DP. (1993) Using signaled barpressing tasks to study the neural substrates of appetitive and aversive learning in rats: behavioral manipulations and cerebellar lesions. Behavioral Neuroscience. 107: 941-54
Miller DP, Steinmetz JE. (1992) Cerebellar lesions affect lateral but not medial septal activity during rabbit eyelid conditioning. Physiology & Behavior. 52: 83-9
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