Gabrielle Weidemann
Gabrielle Weidemann
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University
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Opioid receptors in the midbrain periaqueductal gray regulate extinction of pavlovian fear conditioning
GP McNally, M Pigg, G Weidemann
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (31), 6912-6919, 2004
Evidence for expectancy as a mediator of avoidance and anxiety in a laboratory model of human avoidance learning
PF Lovibond, JC Saunders, G Weidemann, CJ Mitchell
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 61 (8), 1199-1216, 2008
Effect of neonatal dexamethasone exposure on growth and neurological development in the adult rat
CR Neal Jr, G Weidemann, M Kabbaj, DM Vázquez
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2004
Blocking, unblocking, and overexpectation of fear: a role for opioid receptors in the regulation of Pavlovian association formation.
GP McNally, M Pigg, G Weidemann
Behavioral neuroscience 118 (1), 111, 2004
Is Perruchet’s dissociation between eyeblink conditioned responding and outcome expectancy evidence for two learning systems?
G Weidemann, JM Tangen, PF Lovibond, CJ Mitchell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (2), 169, 2009
Savings in classical conditioning in the rabbit as a function of extended extinction
G Weidemann, EJ Kehoe
Learning & Behavior 31 (1), 49-68, 2003
The impact of interruptions on medication errors in hospitals: an observational study of nurses
M Johnson, P Sanchez, R Langdon, E Manias, T Levett‐Jones, ...
Journal of nursing management 25 (7), 498-507, 2017
Covariation of alternative measures of responding in rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) eyeblink conditioning during acquisition training and tone generalization.
KS Garcia, MD Mauk, G Weidemann, EJ Kehoe
Behavioral neuroscience 117 (2), 292, 2003
I think, therefore eyeblink: The importance of contingency awareness in conditioning
G Weidemann, M Satkunarajah, PF Lovibond
Psychological Science 27 (4), 467-475, 2016
Awareness is necessary for differential trace and delay eyeblink conditioning in humans
PF Lovibond, JCJ Liu, G Weidemann, CJ Mitchell
Biological Psychology 87 (3), 393-400, 2011
Is Perruchet’s dissociation between cued reaction time and outcome expectancy evidence for two separate associative learning processes
CJ Mitchell, S Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, B Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.[rCJM], 2009
Disgust and fear responding in contamination-based obsessive-compulsive disorder during pictorial exposure
J Broderick, JR Grisham, G Weidemann
Behavior therapy 44 (1), 27-38, 2013
Competition between an avoidance response and a safety signal: evidence for a single learning system
PF Lovibond, SX Chen, CJ Mitchell, G Weidemann
Biological psychology 92 (1), 9-16, 2013
Do reaction times in the Perruchet effect reflect variations in the strength of an associative link?
CJ Mitchell, SG Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, BPI Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2), 567, 2010
Apparatus exposure produces profound declines in conditioned nictitating-membrane responses to discrete conditioned stimuli by the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus).
EJ Kehoe, G Weidemann, S Dartnall
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 30 (4), 259, 2004
Both trace and delay conditioned eyeblink responding can be dissociated from outcome expectancy.
G Weidemann, J Broderick, PF Lovibond, CJ Mitchell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 38 (1), 1, 2012
Limits of executive control: Sequential effects in predictable environments
F Verbruggen, A McAndrew, G Weidemann, T Stevens, IPL McLaren
Psychological science 27 (5), 748-757, 2016
Recovery of the rabbit’s conditioned nictitating membrane response without direct reinforcement after extinction
G Weidemann, EJ Kehoe
Animal Learning & Behavior 32 (4), 409-426, 2004
The role of contingency awareness in single-cue human eyeblink conditioning
G Weidemann, E Best, JC Lee, PF Lovibond
Learning & Memory 20 (7), 363-366, 2013
Age differences in neural activity during slot machine gambling: an fMRI study
AC McCarrey, JD Henry, W von Hippel, G Weidemann, PS Sachdev, ...
PLoS One 7 (11), e49787, 2012
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