Papers Presented

Bob Zimmermann August 2005
Nonspatial discrimination in the neonatal rhesus monkey, Midwestern Psychological Association, 1957.

Maturation and form discrimination in the infant rhesus monkey, Midwestern Psychological Association, 1958.

Form generalization in the infant monkey, American Psychological Association, 1958.

Discussant. Interdisciplinary Program Symposium on Instinctive Behavior, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1960.

Color discrimination in the neonatal rhesus monkey, Eastern Psychological Association, 1961.

Discrimination of colored surfaces by neonatal and adult rhesus monkey, Eastern Psychological Association, 1962.

The effects of the reduction of cues on the discrimination performance of infant and adult monkeys, American Psychological Association, 1962.

New aspects of early behavior in monkeys, Symposium on Physiological Mechanisms and Behavior, North Carolina State University, 1962.

The performance of baby monkeys on a closed-field intelligence test for rats, Eastern Psychological Association, 1963

Learning in the infant monkey, Social Research Council Symposium on Learned and Nonlearned Behavior in Immature Organisms, Madison, Wisconsin. 1963.

Pictorial recognition in the infant monkey, Fourth Annual Meeting, The Psychonomic Society, 1963.

Brightness transposition in infant and adult monkeys, American Psychological Association, 1963.

The facilitation of picture discrimination after object discrimination learning in the neonatal monkey and probably vice versa, American Psychological Association, 1964.

Learning set retention in the infant rhesus macaque, Eastern Psychological Association, 1965.

Short term memory in the monkey, Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, 1968.

Internal, external and central incentive systems in the motivation of stUdents for college teaching, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 1968.

Early weaning and weight gain in infant macaques, 19th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 1968.

Effects of malnutrition on learning set formation and reversal learning, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, 1969.

Spatial variables in the development of infant monkey discrimination learning, Meetings of the Montana Psychological Association, 1969.

The effects of malnutrition on the development of curiosity, manipulation and social behavior in the infant monkey, American Psychological Association, 1969.

Stimulus discriminability and transposition sets in young monkeys, Midwestern Psychological Association, 1970.

Retention in learning set and a latent memory as a function of malnutrition and deprivation, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, 1970.

Modification of an undesirable response in the human child, Montana Psychological Association, 1970.

Decline of a free operant by protein malnourished monkeys in response to novel stimuli, American Psychological Association, 1972.

Malnutrition and developing mental functions, Annual meeting of the Nutrition Foundation Inc., 1974.

Mental Development under severe malnutrition: Food for thought, Graduate Colloquium in Human Nutrition, Michigan State School of Food Sciences and Human Nutrition, 1974.

Measuring mental development in malnourished animals, Invited address, Department of Psychology, Lincoln University, 1974.

Transposition in children as a function age and stimulus discriminabiiity, Annual meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 1974.

Transposition learning sets in children, Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, 1975.

Formation of relation learning sets in children, Creative Endeavors Symposium on Faculty Research, 1975.

Relational learning in moderately retarded institutionalized subjects, Ninth annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation 1976.

Moral judgements in moderately retarded institutionalized subjects, Ninth annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation, 1976.

Moral judgements as a function of age, sex and school affiliation. Annual meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, 1976.

Tavern drinkers at non-traditional hours: People who are Problem Drinkers, Meeting of the Eastern Psychological. Association, 1980.

Self-esteem and communication behaviors: White parents and their adopted black children, Meeting of of the Speech Communication Association, 1981.

Counseling and assessment (testing) the marriage that worked, Michigan School Testing Conference, 1984.