Ian P McLaren, Ph.D.

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Exeter University Exeter University 
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Meier C, Lea SEG, McLaren IPL. (2018) Pigeons in control of their actions: Learning and performance in stop-signal and change-signal tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 44: 82-94
Verbruggen F, Chambers CD, Lawrence NS, et al. (2016) Winning and Losing: Effects on Impulsive Action. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Weidemann G, McAndrew A, Livesey EJ, et al. (2016) Evidence for multiple processes contributing to the Perruchet effect: Response priming and associative learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 42: 366-379
Meier C, Lea SE, McLaren IP. (2016) Task-switching in pigeons: Associative learning or executive control? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 42: 163-76
Civile C, McLaren R, McLaren IP. (2016) The Face Inversion Effect: Roles of First- and Second-Order Configural Information. The American Journal of Psychology. 129: 23-35
Verbruggen F, McAndrew A, Weidemann G, et al. (2016) Limits of Executive Control: Sequential Effects in Predictable Environments. Psychological Science
Meier C, Lea SE, McLaren IP. (2016) A Stimulus-Location Effect in Contingency-Governed, but Not Rule-Based, Discrimination Learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Bowditch WA, Verbruggen F, McLaren IP. (2015) Associatively mediated stopping: Training stimulus-specific inhibitory control. Learning & Behavior
Best M, Lawrence NS, Logan GD, et al. (2015) Should I Stop or Should I Go? The Role of Associations and Expectancies. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Stevens T, Brevers D, Chambers CD, et al. (2015) How does response inhibition influence decision making when gambling? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 21: 15-36
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