Kimberly Kirkpatrick
Kimberly Kirkpatrick
Professor of Psychological Sciences, Kansas State University
Verified email at ksu.edu
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Pigeons show same-different conceptualization after training with complex visual stimuli.
EA Wasserman, JA Hugart, K Kirkpatrick-Steger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 21 (3), 248, 1995
1531995
The role of the nucleus accumbens core in impulsive choice, timing, and reward processing.
T Galtress, K Kirkpatrick
Behavioral neuroscience 124 (1), 26, 2010
842010
Tracking of the expected time to reinforcement in temporal conditioning procedures
K Kirkpatrick, RM Church
Learning & Behavior 31 (1), 3-21, 2003
832003
Packet theory of conditioning and timing
K Kirkpatrick
Behavioural Processes 57 (2-3), 89-106, 2002
832002
Reward value effects on timing in the peak procedure
T Galtress, K Kirkpatrick
Learning and Motivation 40 (2), 109-131, 2009
812009
Pigeons are sensitive to the spatial organization of complex visual stimuli
EA Wasserman, K Kirkpatrick-Steger, LJ Van Hamme, I Biederman
Psychological Science 4 (5), 336-341, 1993
801993
Independent effects of stimulus and cycle duration in conditioning: The role of timing processes
K Kirkpatrick, RM Church
Animal Learning & Behavior 28 (4), 373-388, 2000
792000
Cyclic responding by pigeons on the peak timing procedure.
K Kirkpatrick-Steger, SS Miller, CA Betti, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 22 (4), 447, 1996
711996
The pigeon's recognition of drawings of depth-rotated stimuli.
EA Wasserman, JL Gagliardi, BR Cook, K Kirkpatrick-Steger, SL Astley, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 22 (2), 205, 1996
701996
Effects of geon deletion, scrambling, and movement on picture recognition in pigeons.
K Kirkpatrick-Steger, EA Wasserman, I Biederman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 24 (1), 34, 1998
631998
Mechanisms of impulsive choice: I. Individual differences in interval timing and reward processing
AT Marshall, AP Smith, K Kirkpatrick
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 102 (1), 86-101, 2014
602014
Are separate theories of conditioning and timing necessary?
K Kirkpatrick, RM Church
Behavioural Processes 44 (2), 163-182, 1998
581998
Stimulus and temporal cues in classical conditioning.
K Kirkpatrick, RM Church
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 26 (2), 206, 2000
542000
The what and the where of the pigeon's processing of complex visual stimuli.
K Kirkpatrick-Steger, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 22 (1), 60, 1996
541996
Mechanisms of impulsive choice: II. Time-based interventions to improve self-control
AP Smith, AT Marshall, K Kirkpatrick
Behavioural Processes 112, 29-42, 2015
532015
Effects of spatial rearrangement of object components on picture recognition in pigeons
K Kirkpatrick‐Steger, EA Wasserman, I Biederman
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 65 (2), 465-475, 1996
531996
Motivation and timing: clues for modeling the reward system
T Galtress, AT Marshall, K Kirkpatrick
Behavioural processes 90 (1), 142-153, 2012
522012
Impulsive choice behavior in four strains of rats: Evaluation of possible models of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
A Garcia, K Kirkpatrick
Behavioural Brain Research 238, 10-22, 2013
512013
Object recognition
K Kirkpatrick
Avian visual cognition 43, 2001
452001
Effects of varying stimulus size on object recognition in pigeons.
JJ Peissig, K Kirkpatrick, ME Young, EE Wasserman, I Biederman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 32 (4), 419, 2006
442006
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