William Cumming, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
Matching behavior, discrimination learning, pigeon behavior
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William N. Schoenfeld grad student Columbia (Neurotree)

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David E. Carter grad student Columbia (Neurotree)
Richard W. Malott grad student (Neurotree)
Anthony Wright grad student Columbia (Neurotree)
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Wright AA, Cumming WW. (1971) Color-naming functions for the pigeon. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 15: 7-17
Cumming WW, Berryman R, Cohen LR, et al. (1967) Some Observations on Extinction of a Complex Discriminated Operant Psychological Reports. 20: 1328-1330
Malott RW, Cumming WW. (1966) Concurrent schedules of interresponse time reinforcement: probability of reinforcement and the lower bounds of the reinforced interresponse time intervals. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 9: 317-25
CUMMING WW, BERRYMAN R, NEVIN JA. (1965) SEARCH FOR AN EFFECT OF SATIATION ON DELAYED MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE PERFORMANCE. Psychological Reports. 16: 645-52
Berryman R, Cumming WW, Cohen LR, et al. (1965) Acquisition and transfer of simultaneous oddity. Psychological Reports. 17: 767-75
Cumming WW, Berryman R, Cohen LR. (1965) Acquisition and transfer of zero-delay matching. Psychological Reports. 17: 435-45
Malott RW, Cumming WW. (1965) A note on multiple schedules of IRT reinforcement Psychonomic Science. 2: 259-260
Malott RW, Cumming WW. (1965) Interresponse time reinforcement: Transition and steady states Psychonomic Science. 2: 257-258
Malott RW, Cumming WW. (1965) A note on psychogenic polydipsia Psychonomic Science. 2: 241-241
Berryman R, Cumming WW, Nevin JA, et al. (1964) Effects of sodium pentobarbital on complex operant discriminations. Psychopharmacologia. 6: 388-98
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