Publications in Biopsychology 1960s:

Abraham, F. D. (1962). Advanced instrumental discrimination learning apparatus.
   San Diego Community Education Resources Science Brief. 1, 1-7.
Abraham, F. D. (1963). Response choice as a function of shock and amount of shock 
   reduction. American Psychologist, 18, 416-417.
Abraham, F. D. (1965). Evoked responses to a single and alternating frequency
   acoustic stimuli as a function of stimulus presentation rate.
   Electroencephalographic and clinical Nuerophsiology, 18, 518.
Abraham, F. D. (1967). Incremental and unitary aspects of paired-associate learning
   and retention. Psychological Reports, 20, 281-282.
Abraham, F. D. Baetyar, L., & Johnston, R. (1968). An on-line multiprocessing
   interactive computer system for neurophysiological investigations.
   Proc. Amer. Fed. Info. Processing Soc. Conf., 32, 345-352.
Abraham, F. D. Brown, D., & Gardiner, M. (1968). Calibration of EEG power spectra.
   Communications in Behavioral Biology, 1, 31-36.
Abraham, F. D., & Carterette, E. (Eds.). (1968). Western conference of experimental
   psychology, neurophsiology, and brain resarch. Communications in Behavioral
   Biology, 1.
Abraham, F. D., & Gormezano, I. (1960). Concept formation as a function of prior
   relevance of a patially reinforced dimension. American Psychologist, 15, 467.
Abraham, F. D., Gormezano, I., & Wiehe, R. (1964). Discrimination learning as a
   function of prior relevance of a partially reinforced dimension.
   Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 242-249.
Abraham, F. D., & Marsh, J. T. (1966). Amplitude of evoked potentials as a function
   of slow presenting rates of repetitive auditoryh stimulation.
   Experimental Neurology, 14, 187-198.
Abraham, F. D., & Taylor, J.C. (1967). Prior relevance and dimensional homogeneity
   of partially reinforced dimensions after nonreversal shifts in concept learning.
   Journal of Experimental Psychology, 75, 276-278.
Abraham, F. D., & Weinberger, N. M. (1967). Possible mammilothalamic tract
   involvement in feeding behavior, The Physiologist, 10, 105.
Cole, M., & Abraham, F. D. (1962). Extinction and spontaneous recovery as a function
   of amount of training and extinction intertrial interval.
   Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 978-982.
Gormezano, I., & Abraham, F. D.. (1961). Intermittent reinforcement of a formerly
   relevant dimension in concept formation. Psychological Reports, 8, 111-116.
Gormezano, I., & Abraham, F. D. (1962). Intermittent reinforcement, nonreversal
   shifts, and neutralizing in concept formation. Journal of Experiment Psychology,
   61, 1-6.
Rose, F. D., & Abraham, F. D. (1968). Stochastic learning models for the escape
   behavior of rates in the 100-100 Y-maze. Communications in Behavioral Biology, 1, 
Worden, F. G., Marsh, J. T., Abraham, F. D., & Whittlesey, J. R. B. (1964).
   Variability of evoked auditory potentials and acoustic input control.
   Electroencephalographic and clinical Nuerophsiology, 17, 524-530.

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