Arthur Snapper, PhD

Psychology University of Western Michigan 
"Arthur Snapper"
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Snapper AG, Kadden RM, Shimoff EH, et al. (1975) Stimulus intrusion on fixed-interval responding in the rat: The effects of electric shock intensity, temporal location, and response contingency Learning and Motivation. 6: 367-384
Kadden RM, Schoenfeld WN, Snapper AG. (1974) Aversive schedules with independent probabilities of reinforcement for responding and not responding by rhesus monkeys: II. Without signal Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 87: 1189-1197
Shimoff EH, Snapper AG, Schoenfeld WN. (1972) The effects of signaled response-independent shocks on behavior under avoidance and extinction schedules Psychonomic Science. 26: 158-160
Snapper AG, Kadden RM, Schoenfeld WN. (1971) Cardiac pacing and the law of initial value in rhesus monkeys. Conditional Reflex. 6: 227-35
Snapper AG, Shimofff EH, Schoenfeld WN. (1971) Response effects of response-dependent and clock-dependent fixed-interval schedules of reinforcement Psychonomic Science. 23: 65-67
Snapper AG, Ramsay DA, Schoenfeld WN. (1969) Disruption of a temporal discrimination under response-independent shock. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 12: 423-30
Snapper AG, Pomerleau OF, Schoenfeld WN. (1969) Similarity of cardiac CR forms in the rhesus monkey during several experimental procedures. Conditional Reflex. 4: 212-20
Pomerleau OF, Snapper AG, Schoenfeld WN. (1969) Perseveration of cardiac-rate effects in the rhesus monkey following Pavlovian conditioning. Conditional Reflex. 4: 52-8
Snapper AG, Shimoff EH, Schoenfeld WN. (1969) Varying temporal relationship of an intruded aversive stimulus with time-out from responding Psychonomic Science. 15: 229-230
Ferraro DP, Schoenfeld WN, Snapper AG. (1967) Adrenal hypertrophy in the rat as a function of probability and frequency of punishment. Psychological Reports. 20: 795-802
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