Michael R. Best

Psychology Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, United States 
"Michael Best"
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Best MR, Batsell WR. (1998) A classroom demonstration of taste-aversion learning Teaching of Psychology. 25: 116-118
Batsell WR, Best MR. (1994) The role of US novelty in retention interval effects in single-element taste-aversion learning Animal Learning & Behavior. 22: 332-340
Batsell WR, Best MR. (1993) One bottle too many? Method of testing determines the detection of overshadowing and retention of taste aversions Animal Learning & Behavior. 21: 154-158
Batsell WR, Best MR. (1992) Investigation of replacement fluids and retention-interval effects in taste-aversion learning Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 30: 414-416
Bowman MT, Batsell WR, Best MR. (1992) Evidence that stimulus generalization does not determine taste-mediated odor potentiation Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 30: 241-243
Batsell WR, Best MR. (1992) Variations in the retention of taste aversions: Evidence for retrieval competition Animal Learning & Behavior. 20: 146-159
Best MR, Batson JD, Bowman MT. (1990) The role of ingestional delay in taste-mediated environmental potentiation Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 28: 215-218
Davis SF, Best MR, Grover CA, et al. (1990) The effects of taste extinction on ingestional potentiation in weanling rats Animal Learning & Behavior. 18: 444-452
Best MR, Davis SF, Grover CA. (1989) Straight alley extinction performance is disrupted by taste-aversion conditioning Learning and Motivation. 20: 358-372
Davis SF, Best MR, Grover CA. (1988) Toxicosis-mediated potentiation in a taste/taste compound: Evidence for within-compound associations Learning and Motivation. 19: 183-205
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