PETER R. KILLEEN Emeritus Professor of Psychology College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Arizona State University (USA) PUBLICATIONS1
(2003) P. Killeen, A. Machado (eds.), Theories in progress, Behavioural Processes. 2003 Apr 28;62(1-3):VII-VIII.
Articles and Book Chapters
(2009) P. Killeen, F. Sanabria, I. Dolgov, The dynamics of conditioning and extintion. Journal of Experimental
Psychology: Animal Behavior and Processes. 2009 Oct;35(4):447-72.
(2009) S. Grodin, P. Killeen, Tracking time with song and count: different Weber functions for musicians and nonmusicians, Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 2009 Oct;71(7):1649-54.
(2009) P. Killeen et al., The spontaneously hypertensive rat model of ADHD--the importance of selecting the appropriate reference strain. Neuropharmacology. 2009 Dec;57(7-8):619-26.
S. Grondin, P. Killeen, Spatial effects on temporal categorisation. Perception. 2009;38(5):748-62.
(2009) F. Cabrera, F. Sanabria, D. Shelley, P. Killeen, The "lunching" effect: pigeons track motion towards food more than motion away from it. Behav Processes. 2009 Nov;82(3):229-35.
(2009) F. Sanabria, E.A. Thrailkill, P. Killeen, Timing with opportunity cost: concurrent schedules of reinforcement improve peak timing. Learning & Behavior, 2009 Aug;37(3):217-29.
(2009) P. Killeen at al., Origins of altered reinforcement effects in ADHD. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2009 Feb
(2009) P. Killeen, D. Posadas-Sanchez, E.B. Johansen, E.A. Thrailkill, Progressive ratio schedules of reinforcement, J
Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2009 Jan;35(1):35-50. Erratum in: J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2009 Apr;35(2):152.
(2009) P. Killeen at al., Modeling operant behavior in the Parkinsonian rat. Behavioural Brain Research, 2009 Mar
An additive utility model of delay discounting. Psychological Review, 2009, July, 116(3):602-19.
(2009) S. Grondin, P. Killeen, Effects of singing and counting during successive interval productions.
NeuroQuantology, March 2009, Vol 7, Issue 1, Pp. 77-84.
(2008) F. Sanabria, P. Killeen. Evidence for impulsivity in the Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat drawn from complementary response-withholding tasks. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2008, 4:7.
(2008) P. Killeen, D. Posadas-Sanchez, E. Johansen, E. Thraikill. Progressive ratio schedules of reinforcement.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 2009 Jan;35(1):35-50. Erratum in: J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2009 Apr;35(2):152.
(2008) P. Killeen, F. Sanabria, J. Acosta, J. Neisewander, L. Bizo. Modeling the effects of fluoxetine on food-reinforced behavior. Behavioural Pharmacology, 2008 Feb;19(1):61-70.
Replication statistics. In: J.Osborne (ed.) Best practices in quantitative methods. Sage Publications.
(2007) E. Johansen, P. Killeen, T. Sagvolden. Behavioral variability, elimination of responses, and delay-of-reinforcement gradients in SHR and WKY rats. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2007, 3:60.
(2007) F Sanabria, P. Killeen. Temporal generalization gradients account for response resurgence in the peak procedure. Behavioural Processes, 2007 Feb 22;74(2):126-41.
(2007) P. Killeen, F. Sanabria. Better statistics for better decisions: Rejecting hypotheses statistical tests in favour of replication statistics. Psychology in Schools, 2007 May;44(5):471-481.
Fuzzy logic, Behavior and Philosophy, 2007, 35, 93-100.
(2006) F. Sanabria, M. Sitomer, P. Killeen. Negative automaintenance omission training is effective. Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2006 Jul;86(1):1-10.
(2006) J. Kleen, P. Killeen, C. Conrad. Chronic stress impairs spatial memory and motivation for reward. Behavioral
1 Not to be considered as full list. Last update: January 12, 2010.
(2006) L. Bizo, J. Chu, F. Sanabria, P. Killeen. The failure of Weber's law in time perception and production.
Behavioural Processes, 2006 Feb 28;71(2-3):201-10.
Beyond statistical inference: A decision theory for science. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2006
The problem with Bayes. Psychological Science, Vol. 17 Issue 7 , Pp. 643-644 (July 2006).
(2006) V. Russell, R. Oades, R. Tannock, P. Killeen, J. Auerbach, E. Johansen, T. Sagvolden. Response variability in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A neuronal and glial energetics hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2006, 2:30.
(2005) D. Posadas-Sanchez, P. Killeen. Does satiation close the open economy?. Learning & Behavior, 2005
An alternative to hypothesis significance tests. Psychological Science, 2005 May;16(5):345-53.
Gradus ad Parnassum: Ascending strength gradients or descending memory traces? (Open Peer
Commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2005, 28 : 432-434.
Greek mind / Geek mind. The roles of chaos, complementarity & conscious in ADHD. Convergence:
Replicability, confidence and priors. Psychological Science, 2005 Dec;16(12):1009-12.
Tea-tests. The General Psychologist.
(2005) F. Sanabria, P.R. Killeen, All thumbs? Behavioural Processes. 2005 May 31;69(2):143-5; author reply 159-63.
(2005) F. Sanabria, P. Killeen, Freud meets Skinner: Hyperbolic curves, elliptical theories, and Ainslie Interests (Open
Peer Commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2005), 28:5:660-661.
Minding Behavior. Behavior and Philosophy, 2004, 32, 125-147.
(2004) P. Killeen, T. Taylor. Symmetric receiver operating characteristics. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 2004
(2004) R. Gorelick, S. Bertram, P. Killeen, J. Fewell. Normalized mutual entropy in biology: quantifying division of labor.
The American Naturalist, Nov;164(5):677-82.
Complex dynamic processes in sign-tracking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior
(2003) P. Killeen, M. Nash. The four causes of hypnosis. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental
(2003) P. Killeen, M. Sitomer. MPR. Behavioural Processes, 2003 Apr 28;62(1-3):49-64.
(2003) P. Killeen et al., Oughts from Is’s. Behavior and Philosophy, 2003, 31, 195-201.
The Yins and the Yangs of Science. Behavior and Philosophy, 2003, 31, 251-258.
Scalar counters. Learning & Motivation, Vol. 33, Issue 1, February 2002, Pp. 63-87.
(2002) P. Killeen, S. Hall, M. Reilly, L. Kettle. Molecular analysis of the principal components of response rate. Journal
of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2002 Sep;78(2):127-60.
(2002) A. Machado, P. Killeen, SQAB 2001: An abundance of riches, Behavioural Processes, Elsevier.
(2001) P. Killeen, A. Machado, The longer view: 20th Century quantitative analysis of behavior. Behavioural
(2001) L. Bizo, L. Kettle, P. Killeen. Rats don't always respond faster for more food: The paradoxical incentive effect.
Animal Learning & Behavior, 2001, 29 (1), 66-78.
The four causes of behavior. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2001 Aug;10(4):136-140.
Writing and overwriting short-term memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2001, 8 (1), 18-43.
(2001) P. Killeen, S. Hall. The principal components of response strength. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of
(2001) P. Killeen, M.P. Reilly, No thanks, I'm good. Any more and I'll be sick: Comment on Lynch and Carroll (2001).
Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. Vol 9(2), May 2001, 144-147.
(2000) P. Killeen, T. Taylor. How the propagation of error through stochastic counters affects time discrimination and other psychophysical judgments. Psychological Review, Vol 107(3), Jul 2000, 430-459.
Modeling games from the 20th century, Behavioural Processes. Vol 54. No 1-3, 33-52.
(2000) P. Killeen, T. Taylor. A stochastic adding machine and complex dynamics. Nonlinearity, 2000 Nov;13(6):1889-
Stitches in time : Counter cascades can cause discontinuities, International Journal of Psychology.
Boxing day, Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol 23. No 2 (2000-04-10) 259.
A passel of metaphors : "Some old, some new, some borrowed.", Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
(1999) P. Killeen, S. Hall, L.A. Bizo, A clock not wound runs down, Behav Processes. 1999 Apr 1;45(1-3):129-139.
Modeling modeling, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Vol 71. No 2. p. 275-80;
(1999) T.B. DeMarse, P. Killeen, D. Baker, Satiation, capacity, and within-session responding, Journal of the
experimental analysis of behavior. Vol 72. No 3 (1999-11) 407-23.
(1998) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, S.Hall, Watching the clock, Behav Processes. 1998 Dec;44(2):211-224.
(1998) L.A. Bizo, S.V. Bogdanov, P. Killeen, Satiation causes within-session decreases in instrumental responding.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 24(4), Oct 1998, 439-452.
(1998) J.J. Beam, P. Killeen, L.A. Bizo, J.G. Fetterman, How reinforcement context affects temporal production and categorization. Animal Learning & Behavior. Vol 26(4), Nov 1998, 388-396.
The first principle of reinforcement. In: C.D.L. Wynne,J. E. R. Staddon (eds.), Models of action:
mechanisms for adaptive behaviour, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Publishers.
(1997) P. Killeen, J.G. Fetterman, Time’s causes. In C.M. Bradshaw, E. Szabadi (eds.), Time and Behavior:
Psychological and Neurobehavioural Analyses, Elsevier Science.
(1997) L.A. Bizo, P. Killeen, Models of ratio schedule performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal
Behavior Processes. Vol 23(3), Jul 1997, 351-367.
(1996) P. Killeen, G.M. Palombo, L.R. Gottlob, J. Beam, Bayesian analysis of foraging by pigeons (Columba livia).
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 22(4), Oct 1996, 480-496.
Economics, ecologics, and mechanics: The dynamics of responding under conditions of varying motivation, Journal of the Experimental Analisys of Behavior, 1995 Nov;64(3):405-431.
(1995) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, Categorical scaling of time: Implications for clock-counter models. Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 21(1), Jan 1995, 43-63.
The future of an illusion: Self and its control, Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol 18. No 1, 1995, 33-
Mathematical principles of reinforcement: Based on the correlation of behaviour with incentives in short-term memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 17 (1): 105-172.
Frustration: Theory and practice. Psychonomic bulletin & review. Vol 1. No 3 (1994-09-10) 323-326.
(1994) R.A. Johnson, S.W. Rissing, P. Killeen, Differential learning and memory by Cooccurring ant species, Insectes
(1993) L. Morgan, P. Killeen, J.C. Fetterman, Changing rates of reinforcement perturbs the flow of time, Behav
A body must have flesh and bones. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1993
(1993) P. Killeen, J.G. Fetterman, The behavioral theory of timing: Transition analyses. Journal of the experimental
analysis of behavior. Vol 59. No 2 (1993-03).
(1993) P. Killeen, H. Cate, T. Tran, Scaling pigeons' choice of feeds: bigger is better. Journal of the Experimental
Analysis of Behavior. Vol 60. No 1 (1993-07) 203-17.
(1992) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, Time discrimination in Columba-Livia and Homo Sapiens. Journal of Experimental
Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 18(1), Jan 1992, 80-94.
Mechanics of the animate, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Vol 57. No 3, 429-63.
Mechanisms, models and applications, vol 11 - Commons, M.L., Nevin, J.A., Davison, M.C., McDonald, S., Behavior and Philosophy. Vol 20. No 1 (1992) 89-91.
(1992) P. Killeen, G. Palumbo, L. Gottlob, Optimal search in theory and in pigeon (Columba-Livia), International
Journal of Psychology. Vol 27. No 3-4 (1992-06-10) 435-435.
Psychophysics: Plus-ca-change, Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol 15. No 3 (1992-09-10) 569-569.
(1991) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, Adjusting the pacemaker. Learning and Motivation. Vol 22(1-2), Feb-May 1991, 226-
Behavior’s time. In: Gordon H. Bower (ed.), The psychology of learning and motivation: advances in
(1991) P.A. Haight, P. Killeen, Adjunctive behaviour in multiple schedules of reinforcement. Animal Learning &
Tuning curves for reinforcement, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. Vol 29. No 6, 1991, 477-478.
(1990) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, A componential analysis of pacemaker-counter timing systems. Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. Vol 16(4), Nov 1990, 766-780.
(1990) P. Killeen, E. Fantino, Unification of models for choice between delayed reinforcers, Journal of the Experimental
Analysis of Behavior. Vol 53. No 1, 1990, 189-200.
(1989) P. Killeen, M. Riggsford, Foraging by rats: Intuitions, models, data, Behavioural processes. Vol 19. No 1-3, 95-
Maximum-entropy psychophysics, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. Vol 27. No 6, 514-514.
Fetterman, P. Killeen, Optimal timing: an experimental analysis, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. Vol
The reflex reserve, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1988 Sep;50(2):319-331.
(1988) P. Killeen, J.G. Fetterman, A behavioral theory of timing. Psychological Review. Vol 95(2), Apr 1988, 274-295.
(1988) P. Killeen, J.G. Fetterman, Rewards cause eddies in the stream of time, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society.
The behavior of organisms. B.F. Skinner, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Vol 50.
(1987) P. Killeen, N.A. Weissm, Optimal timing and the Weber function. Psychological Review. Vol 94(4), Oct 1987,
(1987) P. Killeen, A. Amsel, The kinematics of locomotion toward a goal. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal
Behavior Processes. Vol 13(1), Jan 1987, 92-101.
(1987) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, Artifactual intelligence, Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol 10. No 4, 1987, 664-664.
(1987) J.G. Fetterman, P. Killeen, Short timing by pigeons, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. Vol 25. No 5, 1987,
(1986) W. Hoffman, D. Hirschland, P. Killeen, UAW makes quality, cost, community benefit criteria for PPOacceptance, Business and Health. Vol 3. No 10, 1986, 70-1.
Incentive theory: IV. Magnitude of reward. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1985
Reflections on a cumulative record. Behavior Analyst. Vol 8(2), Fal 1985, 177-183.
(1985) G. Graham, P. Killeen, Behaviorism: The next generation, Behaviorism. Vol 13. No 1 (1985) 1-2.
The bimean: A measure of central tendency that accommodates outliers. Behavior Research
Methods, Instruments & Computers. Vol 17(5), Oct 1985, 526-528.
(1985) K.R. Kluender, R.L. Diehl, P. Killeen, Japanese quail categorize /d/ across allophonic variation. The Journal of
the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 78, Issue S1, pp. S69-S69 (November 1985).
(1985) P. Killeen at al., Camera luminometer for use with luminescent assays, The Analyst. Vol 110. No 6 (1985-06)
Killeen, J.P. Smith, Perception of contingency in conditioning: Scalar timing, response bias, and erasure of memory by reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 10(3), Jul 1984, 333-345.
Emergent behaviorism. Behaviorism. Vol 12(2), Fal 1984, 25-39.
(1984) P. Killeen, R. Bridges, N. Weiss, Do pigeons count one-thousand-one . when estimating time, Bulletin of the
Psychonomic Society. Vol 22. No 4 (1984) 291-291.
Incentive theory III : Adaptive clocks, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol 423 (1984)
Eunanks, P. Killeen, An application of signal detection theory to air combat training. Human Factors: The
Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Volume 25, Number 4, August 1983 , pp. 449-456(8).
Incentive theory: II. Models for choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1982
(1982) P.R. Killeen, K. Snowberry, Information and cooperative behavior. Behaviour Analysis Letters. Vol 2(6), Dec
Incentive theory, Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Vol 29
A model for concurrent chain performance, Behaviour Analysis Letters. Vol 2. No 5 (1982) 305-307.
A challenge to learning theory. Science. 1981 Oct 30;214(4520):548.
(1981) P. Killeen, J.P. Smith, S.J. Hanson, Central place foraging in Rattus norvegicus. Animal Behaviour. Vol 29(1),
(1981) S.J. Hanson, P. Killeen, Measurement and modeling of behavior under fixed-interval schedules of reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. Vol 7(2), Apr 1981, 129-139.
(1981) P. Killeen, C.M. Allen, Maximization theory: The package will not serve as an atom, Behavioral and Brain
(1980) P. Killeen, B. Wald, C.D. Cheney, Observing behavior and information, Psychological Record. Vol 30. No 2
Stability criteria. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1978 Jan;29(1):17-25.
(1978) P. Killeen, S.J. Hanson, S.R. Osborne, Arousal: Its genesis and manifestation as response rate. Psychological
Superstition: A matter of bias, not detectability. Science. Vol 199(4324), Jan 1978, 88-90.
Pexgo: Plausible construct in need of data, Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol 1. No 1 (1978) 65-66.
(1977) S.R. Osborne, P.R. Killeen, Temporal properties of responding during stimuli that precede response-independent food. Learning and Motivation, Vol. 8, Issue 4, November 1977, Pp. 533-550.
(1977) S.R. Osborne, J. Rysberg, P. Killeen, The effects of scopolamine on the temporal control of behaviour.
Physiology & Behavior, Vol. 19, Issue 1, July 1977, Pp. 79-85.
The schemapiric view. Notes on S. S. Stevens' philosophy and Psychophysics. Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1976 Jan;25(1):123-128.
(1975) J.L. Eubanks, P. Killeen, B. Hamilton, B.A. Wald, The effect of timeout on performance on a variable-interval schedule of electric-shock presentation. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1975 May;23(3):457-463.
On the temporal control of behaviour. Psychological Review. Vol 82(2), Mar 1975, 89-115.
(1974) R. Conger, P. Killeen, Use of concurrent operants in small group research: A demonstration. Pacific
Psychophysical distance functions for hooded rats. Psychological Record. Vol 24(2), Spr 1974, 229-
A yoked-chamber comparison of concurrent and multiple schedules. Journal of the Experimental
Analysis of Behavior, 1972 Jul;18(1):13-22.
The matching law. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1972 May;17(3):489-495.
(1971) P. Killeen, G. Shumway, Concurrent random interval schedules of reinforcement. Psychonomic Science. Vol
Response patterns as a factor in choice, Psychonomic Science. Vol 22. No 1 (1971) 23-24.
Preference for fixed-interval schedules of reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of
(1969) P. Killeen, Reinforcement frequency and contingency as factors in fixed-ratio behavior. Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1969 May;12(3):391-395.
On the measurement of reinforcement frequency in the study of preference. Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1968 May; 11(3): 263–269.
Response rate as a factor in choice. Psychonnomic Science, Vol 12(1),1968, pp. 34.
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