Frances K. McSweeney, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
Psychology Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
Area:
Experimental Psychology, Behavior Analysis

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2015 McSweeney FK. A Challenging and Satisfying Career in Basic Science Behavior Analyst. 38: 247-254. DOI: 10.1007/s40614-015-0040-7  1
2009 Rankin CH, Abrams T, Barry RJ, Bhatnagar S, Clayton DF, Colombo J, Coppola G, Geyer MA, Glanzman DL, Marsland S, McSweeney FK, Wilson DA, Wu CF, Thompson RF. Habituation revisited: an updated and revised description of the behavioral characteristics of habituation. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 135-8. PMID 18854219 DOI: 10.1016/j.nlm.2008.09.012  1
2009 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES. Sensitization and habituation regulate reinforcer effectiveness. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 189-98. PMID 18674628 DOI: 10.1016/j.nlm.2008.07.002  1
2006 Murphy ES, McSweeney FK, Kowal BP, McDonald J, Wiediger RV. Spontaneous recovery and dishabituation of ethanol-reinforced responding in alcohol-preferring rats. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 14: 471-82. PMID 17115875 DOI: 10.1037/1064-1297.14.4.471  1
2005 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. Regulation of drug taking by sensitization and habituation. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 13: 163-84. PMID 16173878 DOI: 10.1037/1064-1297.13.3.163  1
2005 McSweeney FK, Kowal BP, Murphy ES, Wiediger RS. Stimulus change dis-habituates operant responding supported by water reinforcers. Behavioural Processes. 70: 235-46. PMID 16112816 DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2005.07.004  1
2005 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. McSweeney, Murphy, and Kowal: Reply to Branch (2005), Rowlett (2005), and Siegel (2005) Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 13: 194-199. DOI: 10.1037/1064-1297.13.3.194  1
2004 McSweeney FK. Dynamic changes in reinforcer effectiveness: satiation and habituation have different implications for theory and practice. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 27: 171-88. PMID 22478427  1
2004 McSweeney FK, Swindell S, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. The relation of multiple-schedule behavioral contrast to deprivation, time in session, and within-session changes in responding. Learning & Behavior. 32: 190-201. PMID 15281391  1
2004 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. Varying reinforcer duration produces behavioral interactions during multiple schedules. Behavioural Processes. 66: 83-100. PMID 15110911 DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2004.01.004  1
2004 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. Extinguished operant responding shows stimulus specificity. Behavioural Processes. 65: 211-20. PMID 14998658 DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2003.10.001  1
2004 Weatherly JN, McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Within-session rates of responding when reinforcer magnitude is changed within the session. The Journal of General Psychology. 131: 5-16. PMID 14977028 DOI: 10.3200/GENP.131.1.5-17  1
2004 McSweeney FK, Kowal BP, Murphy ES, Isava DM. Dishabituation produces interactions during multiple schedules Learning and Motivation. 35: 419-434. DOI: 10.1016/j.lmot.2004.06.001  1
2003 Murphy ES, McSweeney FK, Smith RG, McComas JJ. Dynamic changes in reinforcer effectiveness: theoretical, methodological, and practical implications for applied research. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 36: 421-38. PMID 14768663 DOI: 10.1901/jaba.2003.36-421  1
2003 Epstein LH, Saad FG, Handley EA, Roemmich JN, Hawk LW, McSweeney FK. Habituation of salivation and motivated responding for food in children. Appetite. 41: 283-9. PMID 14637327 DOI: 10.1016/S0195-6663(03)00106-5  1
2003 McSweeney FK, Kowal BP, Murphy ES. The effect of rate of reinforcement and time in session on preference for variability. Learning & Behavior. 31: 225-41. PMID 14577547  1
2003 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. Dishabituation with component transitions may contribute to the interactions observed during multiple schedules. Behavioural Processes. 64: 77-89. PMID 12914998 DOI: 10.1016/S0376-6357(03)00127-X  1
2003 McGee HM, Bucklin BR, Dickinson AM, McSweeney FK. Participation of Women in the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 23: 3-31. DOI: 10.1300/J075v23n01_02  1
2003 Murphy ES, Mcsweeney FK, Kowal BP. Within-session decreases in operant responding as a function of pre-session feedings Psychological Record. 53: 313-326.  1
2002 McSweeney FK, Parks CD. Participation by women in developmental, social, cognitive, and general psychology: A context for interpreting trends in behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 25: 37-44. PMID 22478376  1
2002 McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Common processes may contribute to extinction and habituation. The Journal of General Psychology. 129: 364-400. PMID 12494990 DOI: 10.1080/00221300209602103  1
2001 McSweeney FK, Swindell S. The glass ceiling is not fragile: A response to Odum (2000). The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 24: 87-93. PMID 22478357  1
2001 Aoyama K, McSweeney FK. Habituation contributes to within-session changes in free wheel running. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 76: 289-302. PMID 11768712 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.2001.76-289  1
2001 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES, Kowal BP. Within-session changes in responding during concurrent variable interval variable ratio schedules. Behavioural Processes. 55: 163-179. PMID 11483354 DOI: 10.1016/S0376-6357(01)00179-6  1
2001 McSweeney FK, Aoyama K. Evolution and operant behavior, metaphor or theory? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 24: 545-546. DOI: 10.1017/S0140525X0140416X  1
2001 Aoyama K, McSweeney FK. Habituation may contribute to within-session decreases in responding under high-rate schedules of reinforcement Animal Learning and Behavior. 29: 79-91.  1
2000 McSweeney FK, Donahoe P, Swindell S. Women in applied behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 23: 267-77. PMID 22478351  1
2000 McSweeney FK, Murphy ES. Criticisms of the satiety hypothesis as an explanation for within-session decreases in responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 74: 347-61. PMID 11218230 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.2000.74-347  1
1999 McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Behavioral economics and within-session changes in responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 72: 355-71. PMID 10605103 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1999.72-355  1
1999 McSweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Within-Session Response Patterns during Variable Interval, Random Reinforcement, and Extinction Procedures Learning and Motivation. 30: 221-240. DOI: 10.1006/lmot.1999.1032  1
1999 Roll JM, McSweeney FK. Within-session changes in response rate: Implications for behavioral pharmacology Psychological Record. 49: 15-32.  1
1999 McSweeney FK, Swindell S. General-process theories of motivation revisited: The role of habituation Psychological Bulletin. 125: 437-457.  1
1999 Mcsweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Within-session changes in responding during concurrent fixed interval variable interval schedules Animal Learning and Behavior. 27: 236-248.  1
1998 McSweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Exposure to context may contribute to within-session changes in responding. Behavioural Processes. 43: 315-28. PMID 24896498 DOI: 10.1016/S0376-6357(98)00026-6  1
1998 Cannon CB, McSweeney FK. The effects of stopping and restarting a session on within-session patterns of responding. Behavioural Processes. 43: 153-62. PMID 24896002 DOI: 10.1016/S0376-6357(98)00009-6  1
1998 McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Women in the experimental analysis of behavior. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 21: 193-202. PMID 22478307  1
1998 Weatherly JN, McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Within-Session Patterns of Pigeons' General Activity Learning and Motivation. 29: 444-460. DOI: 10.1006/lmot.1998.1017  1
1998 McSweeney FK, Roll JM. Do animals satiate or habituate to repeatedly presented reinforcers? Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 5: 428-442.  1
1998 Mcsweeney FK, Weatherly JN. Habituation to the reinforcer may contribute to multiple-schedule behavioral contrast Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 69: 199-221.  1
1997 Weatherly JN, McSweeney FK, Swindell S. Within-session patterns of responding with changes in the variability and probability of food delivery. Behavioural Processes. 39: 279-89. PMID 24897335 DOI: 10.1016/S0376-6357(96)00759-0  1
1996 Roll JM, McSweeney FK, Meil WM, Hinson JM, See RE. A preliminary examination of some effects of cocaine on within-session patterns of responding. Behavioural Processes. 37: 9-20. PMID 24897154 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(95)00068-2  1
1996 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Within-session changes in responding during variable interval schedules. Behavioural Processes. 36: 67-75. PMID 24896418 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(95)00016-X  1
1996 Roll JM, McSweeney FK, Cannon CB, Johnson KS. Knowledge of session length is a determinant of within-session response patterns in a human operant paradigm. Behavioural Processes. 36: 1-9. PMID 24896412 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(95)00010-0  1
1996 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Reinforcer value may change within experimental sessions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 3: 372-5. PMID 24213940 DOI: 10.3758/BF03210763  1
1996 Mcsweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Within-Session Changes in Adjunctive and Instrumental Responding Learning and Motivation. 27: 408-27. PMID 8979940 DOI: 10.1006/lmot.1996.0024  1
1996 McSweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Within-session changes in responding during concurrent schedules with different reinforcers in the components. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 66: 369-90. PMID 8921615 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1996.66-369  1
1996 Mcsweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Within-session changes in responding during delayed matching-to-sample and discrimination procedures Animal Learning & Behavior. 24: 290-299. DOI: 10.3758/BF03198977  1
1996 Weatherly JN, Melville CL, Mcsweeney FK. Picking, pecking, and pressing: A cross-species demonstration of behavioral contrast Psychological Record. 46: 351-372.  1
1996 Roll JM, McSweeney FK. Within-session changes in operant responding when gerbils (meriones unguiculatus) serve as subjects Current Psychology. 15: 340-345.  1
1996 McSweeney FK, Hinson JM, Cannon CB. Sensitization-habituation may occur during operant conditioning Psychological Bulletin. 120: 256-271.  1
1996 Weatherly JN, Mcsweeney FK, Swindell S. Within-session response patterns on conjoint variable-interval variable-time schedules Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 66: 205-218.  1
1996 Mcsweeney FK, Swindell S, Weatherly JN. Within-session changes in responding during autoshaping and automaintenance procedures Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 66: 51-61.  1
1996 Mcsweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Within-session changes in responding during concurrent variable-interval schedules Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 66: 75-95.  1
1995 Cannon CB, McSweeney FK. Within-session changes in responding when rate and duration of reinforcement vary. Behavioural Processes. 34: 285-92. PMID 24897661 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(95)00009-J  1
1995 Weatherly JN, McSweeney FK. Within-session response patterns when rats press levers for water: Effects of component stimuli and experimental environment. Behavioural Processes. 34: 141-52. PMID 24897514 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(94)00061-K  1
1995 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Prospective factors contribute little to within-session changes in responding. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 2: 234-8. PMID 24203657 DOI: 10.3758/BF03210962  1
1995 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Within-session response rates when reinforcement rate is changed within each session. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 64: 237-46. PMID 16812770  0.44
1995 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Swindell S. Within-session changes in key and lever pressing for water during several multiple variable-interval schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 64: 75-94. PMID 16812763  0.44
1995 Mcsweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Roll JM. Within-session changes in responding during concurrent schedules that employ two different operanda Animal Learning & Behavior. 23: 237-244. DOI: 10.3758/BF03198920  1
1995 Weatherly JN, McSweeney FK, Swindell S. On the contributions of responding and reinforcement to within-session patterns of responding Learning and Motivation. 26: 421-432. DOI: 10.1016/S0023-9690(05)80005-0  1
1995 McSweeney FK, Weatherly JN, Roll JM, Swindell S. Within-session patterns of responding when the operandum changes during the session Learning and Motivation. 26: 403-420. DOI: 10.1016/S0023-9690(05)80004-9  1
1995 Roll JM, McSweeney FK, Johnson KS, Weatherly JN. Satiety contributes little to within-session decreases in responding Learning and Motivation. 26: 323-341. DOI: 10.1016/0023-9690(95)90018-7  1
1994 McSweeney FK, Johnson KS. The effect of time between sessions on within-session patterns of responding. Behavioural Processes. 31: 207-17. PMID 24924934 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(94)90007-8  1
1994 Mcsweeney FK, Roll JM, Cannon CB. The generality of within-session patterns of responding: Rate of reinforcement and session length Animal Learning & Behavior. 22: 252-266. DOI: 10.3758/BF03209833  1
1993 McSweeney FK, Roll JM. Responding changes systematically within sessions during conditioning procedures. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 60: 621-40. PMID 8283153 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1993.60-621  1
1992 McSweeney FK, Melville CL. Failure to find positive key-press contrast for milk reinforcers using a within-session procedure. Behavioural Processes. 27: 113-23. PMID 24924497 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(92)90021-5  1
1992 McSweeney FK, Hinson JM. Patterns of responding within sessions. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 58: 19-36. PMID 1645100 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1992.58-19  1
1992 McSweeney FK. Rate of reinforcement and session duration as determinants of within-session patterns of responding Animal Learning & Behavior. 20: 160-169. DOI: 10.3758/BF03200413  1
1991 McSweeney FK, Hatfield J, Allen TM. Within-session responding as a function of post-session feedings. Behavioural Processes. 22: 177-86. PMID 24897178 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(91)90092-E  1
1991 McSweeney FK, Melville CL. Positive behavioral contrast as a function of time-out duration when pigeons peck keys on a within-session procedure Animal Learning & Behavior. 19: 249-256. DOI: 10.3758/BF03197883  1
1991 McSweeney FK, Melville CL. Behavioral contrast as a function of component duration for leverpressing using a within-session procedure Animal Learning & Behavior. 19: 71-80. DOI: 10.3758/BF03197862  1
1989 Dougan JD, Farmer-Dougan VA, McSweeney FK. Behavioral contrast in pigeons and rats: A comparative analysis Animal Learning & Behavior. 17: 247-255. DOI: 10.3758/BF03207641  1
1988 McSweeney FK, Melville CL. Positive contrast as a function of component duration using a within-session procedure. Behavioural Processes. 16: 21-41. PMID 24896401 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(88)90015-0  1
1988 McSweeney FK, Melville CL, Higa J. Positive behavioral contrast across food and alcohol reinforcers. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 50: 469-81. PMID 3209961 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1988.50-469  1
1987 Duran C, McSweeney FK. Rate of responding as a function of ratio requirement when to supplemental feedings are given. Behavioural Processes. 15: 293-303. PMID 24925660 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(87)90014-3  1
1987 McSweeney FK. Suppression by reinforcement, a model for multiple-schedule behavioral contrast. Behavioural Processes. 15: 191-209. PMID 24925653 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(87)90007-6  1
1987 Higa JJ, McSweeney FK. Behavioral contrast in rats when qualitatively different reinforcers are used. Behavioural Processes. 15: 131-42. PMID 24925648 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(87)90002-7  1
1987 Komiskey HL, Buck MA, Mundinger KL, McSweeney FK, Farmer-Dougan VA, Dougan JD. Effect of aging on anticonflict and CNS depressant activity of diazepam in rats. Psychopharmacology. 93: 443-8. PMID 3124177 DOI: 10.1007/BF00207233  1
1987 King GR, McSweeney FK. Contrast during multiple schedules with different component response requirements Animal Learning & Behavior. 15: 97-104. DOI: 10.3758/BF03204910  1
1986 McSweeney FK, Dougan JD, Farmer VA. Simple and multiple schedule responding and behavioral contrast when pigeons press treadles. Behavioural Processes. 12: 273-85. PMID 24897589 DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(86)90041-0  1
1986 Dougan JD, McSweeney FK, Farmer-Dougan VA. Behavioral contrast in competitive and noncompetitive environments. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 46: 185-97. PMID 16812459  1
1986 McSweeney FK, Farmer VA, Dougan JD, Whipple JE. The generalized matching law as a description of multiple-schedule responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 45: 83-101. PMID 16812445  1
1986 McSweeney FK, Dougan JD, Farmer VA. Simple schedule and signal-key multiple schedule responding and behavioral contrast Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 24: 88-90. DOI: 10.3758/BF03330512  1
1986 Mcsweeney FK, Dougan JD, Higa J, Farmer VA. Behavioral contrast as a function of component duration and baseline rate of reinforcement Animal Learning & Behavior. 14: 173-183. DOI: 10.3758/BF03200053  1
1985 Dougan JD, McSweeney FK, Farmer VA. Some parameters of behavioral contrast and allocation of interim behavior in rats. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 44: 325-35. PMID 16812435  1
1985 Dougan JD, McSweeney FK. Variation in Herrnstein's r(o) as a function of alternative reinforcement rate. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 43: 215-23. PMID 16812413  1
1985 Higa JJ, Mcsweeney FK. A test of the conservation model for autoshaped leverpressing and polydipsia in the rat Animal Learning & Behavior. 13: 239-245. DOI: 10.3758/BF03200016  1
1983 McSweeney FK, Melville CL, Buck MA, Whipple JE. Local rates of responding and reinforcement during concurrent schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 40: 79-98. PMID 16812339  0.68
1983 McSweeney FK, Melville CL, Whipple JE. Herrnstein's equation for the rates of responding during concurrent schedules Animal Learning & Behavior. 11: 275-289. DOI: 10.3758/BF03199777  1
1983 Dougan JD, McSweeney FK, O'Reilly PE, Eacker JN. Negative automaintenance: Pavlovian conditioning or differential reinforcement? Behaviour Analysis Letters. 3: 201-212.  1
1982 McSweeney FK. Responding during simple schedules and during less favorable components of multiple schedules Behaviour Analysis Letters. 2: 345-351.  1
1982 McSweeney FK. Prediction of concurrent treadle-pressing from simple schedule performance Behaviour Analysis Letters. 2: 11-20.  1
1981 Ettinger RH, McSweeney FK. Behavioral contrast and responding during multiple food-food, food-water, and water-water schedules Animal Learning & Behavior. 9: 216-222. DOI: 10.3758/BF03197823  1
1980 McSweeney FK. Differences between rates of responding emitted during simple and multiple schedules Animal Learning & Behavior. 8: 392-400. DOI: 10.3758/BF03199623  1
1979 McSweeney FK, Norman WD. Defining behavioral contrast for multiple schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 32: 457-61. PMID 16812157  1
1979 Rosenthal B, McSweeney FK. Modeling influences on eating behavior. Addictive Behaviors. 4: 205-14. PMID 495243 DOI: 10.1016/0306-4603(79)90029-7  1
1978 Ettinger RH, Finch MD, McSweeney FK. The role of generalization in the acquisition of autoshaped keypecking in pigeons Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 12: 235-238. DOI: 10.3758/BF03329681  1
1978 McSweeney FK. Prediction of concurrent keypeck treadle-press responding from simple schedule performance Animal Learning & Behavior. 6: 444-450. DOI: 10.3758/BF03209642  1
1977 Mcsweeney FK. Responding on a multiple variable-time variable-time schedule as a function of component duration Animal Learning & Behavior. 5: 203-206. DOI: 10.3758/BF03214079  1
1977 McSweeney FK. Sum of responding as a function of sum of reinforcement on two-key concurrent schedules Animal Learning & Behavior. 5: 110-114. DOI: 10.3758/BF03209140  1
1976 McSweeney FK, Dericco DA. Rates of responding in the pigeon generated by simple and complex schedules which provide the same rates of reinforcement Animal Learning & Behavior. 4: 379-385. DOI: 10.3758/BF03214425  1
1975 McSweeney FK. Concurrent schedule responding as a function of body weight Animal Learning & Behavior. 3: 264-270. DOI: 10.3758/BF03213442  1
1975 McSweeney FK. Matching and contrast on several concurrent treadle press schedules Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 23: 193-198.  1
1974 McSweeney FK. Variability of responding on a concurrent schedule as a function of body weight. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 21: 357-9. PMID 4815398 DOI: 10.1901/jeab.1974.21-357  1
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