Irving Maltzman

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University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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David Carl Raskin grad student UCLA
Arthur W. Staats grad student 1955 UCLA (Neurotree)
Tin T. Sumarta grad student 2000 UCLA
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Schweiger A, Maltzman I. (1985) Behavioural and electrodermal measures of lateralization for music perception in musicians and nonmusicians. Biological Psychology. 20: 129-45
Boyd GM, Maltzman I. (1983) Bilateral asymmetry of skin conductance responses during auditory and visual tasks. Psychophysiology. 20: 196-203
Maltzman I, Raskin DC. (1979) Conditioning the GSR and digital vasomotor response to words under a short and a long CS-UCS interval Physiological Psychology. 7: 209-212
Maltzman I, Raskin DC. (1979) Selective orienting and habituation of the GSR as a consequence of overt and covert activity Physiological Psychology. 7: 204-208
Maltzman I, Raskin DC, Wolff C. (1979) Latent inhibition of the GSR conditioned to words Physiological Psychology. 7: 193-203
White GL, Maltzman I. (1978) Pupillary activity while listening to verbal passages Journal of Research in Personality. 12: 361-369
Maltzman I, Gould J, Barnett OJ, et al. (1977) Classical conditioning components of the orienting reflex to words using innocuous and noxious unconditioned stimuli under different conditioned stimulus--unconditioned stimulus intervals. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 106: 185-212
Syndulko K, Parker DA, Jens R, et al. (1975) Psychophysiology of sociopathy: electrocortical measures. Biological Psychology. 3: 185-200
MALTZMAN I, BOGARTZ W, BREGER L. (1958) A procedure for increasing word association originality and its transfer effects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 56: 392-8
AMSEL A, MALTZMAN I. (1950) The effect upon generalized drive strength of emotionality as inferred from the level of consummatory response. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 40: 563-9
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