PUBLICATIONS:

Tomie, A., Grimes, K. L., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2008).  Behavioral characteristics and neurobiological substrates shared by Pavlovian sign-tracking and drug abuse.  Brain Research Reviews, 58, 121-135.

Tomie, A., Lewis, K., Curiotto, J., & Pohorecky, L.A. (2007).  Intermittent exposure to a social stimulus enhances ethanol drinking in rats.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 87, 341-348.

Tomie, A., Miller, W., Dranoff, E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2006).  Intermittent presentations of ethanol sipper tube induce ethanol drinking in rats.  Alcohol & Alcoholism, 41, 225-230. 

Tomie, A., Hosszu, R., Rosenberg, R., Gittleman, J., Patterson-Buckendahl, P. & Pohorecky, L. A. (2006).  An inter-gender effect on ethanol drinking in rats: Proximal females increase ethanol drinking in males. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 83, 307-313. 

Tomie, A., Gittleman, J., Dranoff, E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2005).  Social interaction opportunity and intermittent presentations of ethanol sipper tube induce ethanol drinking in rats. Alcohol, 35, 43-55.

Tomie, A., Mohamed, W., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2005).  Effects of age on autoshaping of ethanol and water drinking in non-deprived rats.  International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 18, 167-177.

Tomie, A., Burger, K. M., DiPoce, J., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Social opportunity and ethanol drinking in rats.  Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 28, 1089-1097.

Tomie, A., Wong, L. E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Autoshaping of chlordiazepoxide drinking in non-deprived rats.  Behavioural Brain Research, 157, 273-281.

Tomie, A., Kuo, T., Apor, K. R., Salomon, K. E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Autoshaping induces ethanol drinking in non-deprived rats: Evidence of long-term retention but no induction of ethanol preference.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 77, 797-804. 

Tomie, A., Tirado, A. D., Yu, L., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Pavlovian autoshaping procedures increase plasma corticosterone and levels of norepinephrine and serotonin in prefrontal cortex in rats.  Behavioural Brain Research, 153, 97-105.

Tomie, A., Uveges, J. M., Burger, K. M., Patterson-Buckendahl, P., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Effects of ethanol sipper and social opportunity on ethanol drinking in rats.  Alcohol & Alcoholism, 39, 197-202.

Tomie, A., Di Poce, J., Aguado, A. S., Janes, A., Benjamin, D., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2003).  Effects of autoshaping procedures on 3H-8-OH-DPAT-labeled 5-HT1a binding and 125I-LSD labeled 5-HT2a binding in rat brain.  Brain Research, 975, 167-178.

Tomie, A., Festa, E., Sparta, D. R., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2003).  Lever conditioned stimulus - directed autoshaping induced by saccharin-ethanol unconditioned stimulus solution: Effects of ethanol concentration and trial spacing.  Alcohol, 30, 35-44.

Tomie, A., Wong, K., Apor, K., Patterson-Buckendahl, P., & Pohorecky. L. A. (2003).  Autoshaping of ethanol drinking in rats: Effects of ethanol concentration and trial spacing. Alcohol, 31, 125-135.

Tomie, A., Sparta, D. R., Silberman, Y., Interlandi, J., Mynko, A., Patterson-Buckendahl, P. & Pohorecky, L. A. (2002).  Pairings of ethanol sipper with food induces Pavlovian autoshaping of ethanol drinking in rats: Evidence of long-term retention and effects of sipper CS.  Alcohol & Alcoholism, 37, 547-554.

Tomie, A., Silberman, Y., Williams, K., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2002).  Pavlovian autoshaping procedures increase plasma corticosterone levels in rats.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 72, 507-513.

Tomie, A., Di Poce, J., DeRenzo, C. C., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2002).  Autoshaping of ethanol drinking: An animal model of binge drinking.  Alcohol & Alcoholism, 37, 138-146.

Tomie, A. (2001).  Autoshaping and drug-taking.  In R. R. Mowrer & S. B. Klein (Eds.),
Handbook of contemporary learning theories (pp. 409-438).  Lawrence Erlbaum: Mahwah, NJ.

Tomie, A., Aguado, A. S., Pohorecky, L. A., & Benjamin, D. (2000).  Individual differences in Pavlovian autoshaping of lever pressing in rats predict stress-induced corticosterone release and mesolimbic levels of monoamines.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 65, 509-517.

Tomie, A., Cunha, C., Mosakowski, E. M., Quartarolo, N. M., Pohorecky, L. A., & Benjamin, D. (1998).  Effects of ethanol on Pavlovian autoshaping in rats.  Psychopharmacology, 139, 154-159.

Tomie, A., Aguado, A. S., Pohorecky, L. A., & Benjamin, D. (1998).  Ethanol induces impulsive-like responding in a delay-of-reward operant choice procedure: Impulsivity predicts autoshaping.  Psychopharmacology, 139, 376-382.

Tomie, A., Shultz, P. L., Quartarolo, N. M. & Cunha, C. (1997).  Presession noise increases sensitivity to chlordiazepoxide's discriminative stimulus in pigeons.  Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 21, 1155-1168.

Tomie, A., & Mosakowski, E. M. (1996).  Female rats that rapidly acquire a d-amphetamine discrimination generalize more to d-amphetamine.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 54, 699-703.

Tomie, A. (1996).  Locating reward cue at response manipulandum (CAM) induces symptoms of drug abuse.  Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 20, 505-535.

Tomie, A., Shultz, P., Spicer, M., & Peoples, L. (1995).  Drug discrimination training with low doses: Maintenance of discriminative control.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 50, 115-119.

Tomie, A. (1995).  Self-regulation and animal behavior.  Commentary on Baumeister, R. F. & Heatherton, T. F.  Self-regulation failure: An overview.  Psychological Inquiry, 7, 83-85.

Tomie, A. (1995).  CAM: An animal learning model of excessive and compulsive implement-assisted drug-taking in humans.  Clinical Psychology Reviews, 15, 145-167.

Tomie, A., Carelli, R., & Wagner, G. C. (1993).  Negative correlation between tone (CS-) and water induces target-biting in rats.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 21, 355-359.

Tomie, A., Flaherty, C. F., & Matzel, L. D. (1990).  Conditioning and learning: Laboratory Manual.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing Co, 101 pages.

Tomie, A., Brooks, W., & Zito, B. (1989).  Sign-tracking:  The search for reward.  In S. B. Klein & R. R. Mowrer (Eds.), Contemporary learning theory: Pavlovian conditioning and the status of traditional learning theory (pp. 191-223).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Tomie, A. (1988).  Contingency: Effects of symmetry of choice responses.  Commentary on Gardner, R. A., & Gardner, B. T.  Feedforward versus feedbackward: An ethological alternative to the law of effect.  Behavioural & Brain Sciences, 11, 476.

Maier, S. F., Jackson, R. L., & Tomie, A. (1987).  Potentiation, overshadowing, and prior exposure to inescapable shock.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 13, 260-270.

Tomie, A., Peoples, L., & Wagner, G. C. (1987).  Effects of single or multiple choice trials per session on drug discrimination performance.  Psychopharmacology, 92, 529-535.

D'Amato, M. R., Salmon, D. P., Loukas, E., & Tomie, A. (1986).  Processing of identity and conditional relations in monkeys (cebus apella) and pigeons (columba livia).  Animal Learning & Behavior, 14, 365-373.

Tomie, A., Loukas, E., Stafford, I., Peoples, L., & Wagner, G. C. (1985).  Drug discrimination training with a single choice trial per session.  Psychopharmacology, 86, 217-222.

Balsam, P. D. and Tomie, A. (Eds.) (1985).  Context and learning.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 419 pages.

Tomie, A. (1985).  Effects of test context on the acquisition of autoshaping to a formerly random keylight or a formerly contextual keylight.  In P. D. Balsam & A. Tomie (Eds.), Context and learning (pp. 57-72).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

D'Amato, M. R., Salmon, D. P., Loukas, E., & Tomie, A. (1985).  Symmetry and transitivity of conditional relations in monkeys (cebus apella) and pigeons (columba livia).  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 44, 35-48.

Tomie, A., & Khouri, P. (1984).  The effects of response-reinforcer contingency on time-allocation in the open field.  Learning & Motivation, 15, 1-11.

Wagner, G. C., Masters, D. B., & Tomie, A. (1984).  Effects of phencyclidine, haloperidol and naloxone on fixed-interval performance in rats.  Psychopharmacology, 84, 32-38.

Wagner, G. C., Franko, C. M., & Tomie, A. (1984).  Interactions of naloxone and haloperidol with phencyclidine:  Effects on milk intake.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 20, 379-382.

Stafford, I., Tomie, A., & Wagner, G. C. (1983).  Effects of SKF-10,047 in the PCP-dependent rat:  Evidence for common receptor mechanisms.  Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 12, 151-156.

Tomie, A. (1983).  Latent inhibition of context and theories of Pavlovian conditioning.  Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 9, 63-72.

Tomie, A., & Loukas, E. (1983).  Correlations between rats' spatial location and ICS administration affects rate of acquisition and asymptotic level of time allocation bias in the open-field.  Learning & Motivation, 14, 449-471.

Rodgers, J. P., Tomie, A., & Thomas, D. R. (1981).  The effect of controllability of auditory discriminative stimuli in the performance of GO - NO GO discriminations by pigeons.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 9, 230-238.

Tomie, A. (1981).  Effects of unpredictable food upon the subsequent acquisition of autoshaping: Analysis of the context blocking hypothesis.  In C. M. Locurto, H. S. Terrace, & J. Gibbon (Eds.), Autoshaping and conditioning theory (pp. 181-215).  New York: Academic Press.

Tomie, A., & Abbondandolo, D. (1981).  Effects of pretraining US density and test ITI upon the acquisition of autoshaping.  Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 17, 123-126.

Tomie, A., Rhor-Stafford, I., & Schwam, K. T. (1981).  The retarding effects of the TRC response elimination procedure upon the subsequent reacquisition of autoshaping:  Comparison of between- and within-subjects assessment procedures and evaluation of the role of background, contextual stimuli.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 9, 230-238.

Tomie, A., Murphy, A. L., Fath, S., & Jackson, R. L. (1980).  Retardation of autoshaping following pretraining with unpredictable food:  Effects of changing the context between pretraining and testing.  Learning & Motivation, 11, 117-134.

Tomie, A., Hayden, M., & Biehl, D. (1980).  Effects of response elimination procedures upon the subsequent reacquisition of autoshaping.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 8, 237-244.

Tomie, A., & Kruse, J. M. (1980).  Retardation tests of inhibition following discriminative autoshaping.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 8, 402-408.

Tomie, A., Davitt, G. A., & Engberg, L. A. (1976).  Stimulus generalization of auto-shaped keypecking following interdimensional and extradimensional training.  Learning & Motivation, 7, 240-253.

Tomie, A. (1976).  Retardation of auto-shaping: Control by contextual stimuli.  Science, 192, 1244-1246.

Tomie, A. (1976).  Interference with auto-shaping by prior context conditioning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 2, 323-334.

Tomie, A., Davitt, G. A., & Thomas, D. R. (1975).  The effect of stimulus similarity in discrimination training upon wavelength generalization in pigeons.  Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 88, 945-954.

Welker, R. L., Tomie, A., Davitt, G. A., & Thomas, D. R. (1974).  Contextual stimulus control over operant responding in pigeons.  Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 86, 549-562.

Hansen, G., Tomie, A., Thomas, D. R., & Thomas, D. R. (1974).  Effect of test stimulus range on stimulus generalization in human subjects.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 102, 634-639.

Tomie, A., & Thomas, D. R. (1974).  Adaptation-level as a factor in human wavelength generalization. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 103, 29-36.

Tomie, A., Davitt, G. A., & Thomas, D. R. (1973).  Role of stimulus similarity in equivalence training. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 101, 246-150.

 

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