Edward A. Wasserman
Edward A. Wasserman
Professor of Psychology
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TitleCited byYear
Psychology of learning and behavior
B Schwartz
WW Norton & Co, 1989
6721989
Cue competition in causality judgments: The role of nonpresentation of compound stimulus elements
LJ Van Hamme, EA Wasserman
Learning and motivation 25 (2), 127-151, 1994
5651994
Rating causal relations: Role of probability in judgments of response-outcome contingency.
EA Wasserman, SM Elek, DL Chatlosh, AG Baker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (1), 174, 1993
3001993
What's elementary about associative learning?
EA Wasserman, RR Miller
Annual review of psychology 48 (1), 573-607, 1997
2921997
Pavlovian appetitive contingencies and approach versus withdrawal to conditioned stimuli in pigeons.
EA Wasserman, SR Franklin, E Hearst
Journal of comparative and physiological psychology 86 (4), 616, 1974
2581974
Conceptual behavior in pigeons: Categorization of both familiar and novel examples from four classes of natural and artificial stimuli.
RS Bhatt, EA Wasserman, WF Reynolds, KS Knauss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 14 (3), 219, 1988
2191988
Assessment of an information integration account of contingency judgment with examination of subjective cell importance and method of information presentation.
SF Kao, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (6), 1363, 1993
2091993
Concept learning in animals.
TR Zentall, EA Wasserman, OF Lazareva, RKR Thompson, ...
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews, 2008
2072008
Conceptual behavior in pigeons: Categories, subcategories, and pseudocategories.
EA Wasserman, RE Kiedinger, RS Bhatt
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 14 (3), 235, 1988
2011988
Detecting response-outcome relations: Toward an understanding of the causal texture of the environment
EA Wasserman
Psychology of learning and motivation 26, 27-82, 1990
1821990
Comparative cognition: Beginning the second century of the study of animal intelligence.
EA Wasserman
Psychological Bulletin 113 (2), 211, 1993
1771993
Contributions of specific cell information to judgments of interevent contingency.
EA Wasserman, WW Dorner, SF Kao
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16 (3), 509, 1990
1761990
Attribution of causality to common and distinctive elements of compound stimuli
EA Wasserman
Psychological Science 1 (5), 298-302, 1990
1661990
Backward blocking and recovery from overshadowing in human causal judgement: The role of within-compound associations
E A. Wasserman, LR Berglan
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 51 (2), 121-138, 1998
1621998
Entropy detection by pigeons: Response to mixed visual displays after same–different discrimination training.
ME Young, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 23 (2), 157, 1997
1621997
TEMPORAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PIGEON'S SUCCESSIVE MATCHING‐TO‐SAMPLE PERFORMANCE: SAMPLE DURATION, INTERTRIAL INTERVAL, AND RETENTION INTERVAL 1
KR Nelson, EA Wasserman
Journal of the experimental analysis of Behavior 30 (2), 153-162, 1978
1621978
Perception of causal relations in humans: Factors affecting judgments of response-outcome contingencies under free-operant procedures
EA Wasserman, DL Chatlosh, DJ Neunaber
Learning and motivation 14 (4), 406-432, 1983
1481983
Discriminating the relation between relations: the role of entropy in abstract conceptualization by baboons (Papio papio) and humans (Homo sapiens).
J Fagot, EA Wasserman, ME Young
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 27 (4), 316, 2001
1432001
Non-similarity-based conceptualization in pigeons via secondary or mediated generalization
EA Wasserman, CL DeVolder, DJ Coppage
Psychological Science 3 (6), 374-379, 1992
1411992
Pavlovian conditioning with heat reinforcement produces stimulus-directed pecking in chicks
EA Wasserman
Science 181 (4102), 875-877, 1973
1381973
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