Michael E. Young
Michael E. Young
Head and Professor of Psychological Sciences, Kansas State University
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The landscape model of reading: Inferences and the online construction of a memory representation
P Van den Broek, M Young, Tzeng, T Linderholm
The construction of mental representations during reading, 71-98., 1999
6011999
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
1811997
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
1622001
Causation and association.
EA Wasserman, SF Kao, LJ Van Hamme, M Katagiri, ME Young
Academic Press, 1996
1411996
Same–different discrimination: The keel and backbone of thought and reasoning.
EA Wasserman, ME Young
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 36 (1), 3, 2010
1052010
On the origin of personal causal theories
ME Young
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 2 (1), 83-104, 1995
1051995
Effects of number of items on the pigeon's discrimination of same from different visual displays.
ME Young, EA Wasserman, KL Garner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 23 (4), 491, 1997
1031997
Same–different conceptualization by baboons (Papio papio): The role of entropy.
EA Wasserman, J Fagot, ME Young
Journal of comparative psychology 115 (1), 42, 2001
1012001
Variability discrimination in humans and animals: implications for adaptive action.
EA Wasserman, ME Young, RG Cook
American Psychologist 59 (9), 879, 2004
972004
Entropy and variability discrimination.
ME Young, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (1), 278, 2001
962001
Effects of number of items and visual display variability on same-different discrimination behavior
L Castro, ME Young, EA Wasserman
Memory & cognition 34 (8), 1689-1703, 2006
782006
Effects of number of items on the baboon’s discrimination of same from different visual displays
EA Wasserman, ME Young, J Fagot
Animal Cognition 4 (3-4), 163-170, 2001
662001
Positive and negative patterning in human causal learning
ME Young, EA Wasserman, JL Johnson, FL Jones
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 53 (2b), 121-138, 2000
622000
Mixed effects modeling of Morris water maze data: Advantages and cautionary notes
ME Young, MH Clark, A Goffus, MR Hoane
Learning and Motivation 40 (2), 160-177, 2009
542009
Causal impressions: Predicting when, not just whether
ME Young, ET Rogers, JS Beckmann
Memory & cognition 33 (2), 320-331, 2005
522005
Effects of occlusion on pigeons' visual object recognition
NT DiPietro, EA Wasserman, ME Young
Perception 31 (11), 1299-1312, 2002
522002
Memory-based same-different conceptualization by pigeons
ME Young, EA Wasserman
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 4 (4), 552-558, 1997
501997
Limited attention and cue order consistency affect predictive learning: A test of similarity measures.
ME Young, EA Wasserman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (3), 484, 2002
472002
Evidence for a conceptual account of same-different discrimination learning in the pigeon
ME Young, EA Wasserman
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 8 (4), 677-684, 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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