Philip J. Bersh, Ph.D.

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Behavior Analysis
"Philip Bersh"


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William N. Schoenfeld grad student Columbia (Neurotree)


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Sherry L. Serdikoff research assistant 1986 Temple
Joseph R Troisi grad student 1984-1990 Temple University (Neurotree)
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Andrzejewski ME, Ryals CD, Higgins S, et al. (2007) Is extinction the hallmark of operant discrimination? Reinforcement and S(Delta) effects. Behavioural Processes. 74: 49-63
Andrzejewski ME, Terry-Cain S, Bersh PJ. (2004) Acquisition of discriminated operant responding: The effects of brief reinforcement delays Psychological Record. 54: 603-620
Bersh PJ, Whitehouse WG, Laurence MT. (2002) Shock-duration reduction on the basis of interresponse times: the effect of the interresponse time limit. The Journal of General Psychology. 129: 430-42
Blustein JE, Ciccolone L, Bersh PJ. (1997) Evidence that adaptation to cold water swim-induced analgesia is a learned response. Physiology & Behavior. 63: 147-50
Stromberg MF, Bersh PJ, Whitehouse WG, et al. (1997) The effect of water deprivation on shock-escape impairment after exposure to inescapable shock Psychological Record. 47: 335-350
Laurence MT, Hineline PN, Bersh PJ. (1994) The puzzle of responding maintained by response-contingent shock. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 61: 135-53
Troisi JR, Bersh PJ, Stromberg MF, et al. (1991) Stimulus control of immunization against chronic learned helplessness Animal Learning & Behavior. 19: 88-94
Bersh PJ, Whitehouse WG, Laurence MT, et al. (1990) Signaling the Duration of Uncontrollable Shock Impairs Subsequent Shock Escape The Psychological Record. 40: 113-125
Whitehouse WG, Bersh PJ, Blustein JE, et al. (1988) Signals for shock-free periods during chronic exposure to delayed-escapable and inescapable shocks: Effects on later escape acquisition Learning and Motivation. 19: 142-161
Bersh PJ, Whitehouse WG, Blustein JE, et al. (1986) Interaction of Pavlovian conditioning with a zero operant contingency: chronic exposure to signaled inescapable shock maintains learned helplessness effects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 12: 277-90
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