Special issue of theMexican Journal of Behavior Analysis. This special issue covers topics similar to those of the 2016 SQAB conference: persistence and relapse.
Kaplan, B. A., & Reed, D. D. (2014).Essential value, pmax, and omax automated calculator.
Hursh, S. R., & Roma, P. G. (2014).Exponential model of demand in GraphPad Prism.
Matching Law Analysis Tools
Click here to visit the SQAB tutorials/resources page hosted by Federico Sanabria's
Basic Behavioral Processes Lab.
Behavioral Economics Lab, Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Psychology, PI: Leonard Green, PhD.
Operant Behavioral Research Lab, Arizona State University, Department of Psychology, PI: Peter Killeen, PhD.
Behavioural Ecolocy Research Group, University of Oxford, Department of Zoology, PI: Alex Kacelnik, PhD.
Basic Behavioral Processes Lab, Arizona State University, Department of Psychology, PI: Federico Sanabria, PhD.
Avian Visual Cognition Lab, Tufts University, Department of Psychology, PI: Robert Cook, PhD.
Lab Pages from Members of SQAB:
Alcohol Lab, The College of New Jersey, Department of Psychology, PI: Margaret Martinetti, PhD.
Nevin, John A. (2015). Behavioral momentum: A scientific metaphor. Self-published.
Available for purchasehere.
Discounting Analysis Tools
Reed, D. D. (2015). Matching law visualization tool.
Stein, J. S., Koffarnus, M. N., Snider, S. E., Quisenberry, A. J., & Bickel, W. K. (2015). Nonsystematic Purchase Task Data Identification Tool: Supplement to Stein, Koffarnus, Snider, Quisenberry, & Bickel.
Applied Behavioral Economics Laboratory, University of Kansas, Department of Applied Behavioral Science, PI: Derek Reed, PhD, BCBA-D.
Kaplan, B. A., Lemley, S. M., Reed, D. D., & Jarmolowicz, D. P. (2014). 21- and 27-item monetary choice questionnaire automated scorers.
Demand Curve Analysis Tools
Gilroy, S. P., Franck, C. T. & Hantula, D. A. (2017). Discounting Model Selector (Web).
Reed, D. D. (2015). Delay discounting visualization tool.
Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Research Group, The University of Auckland, School of Psychology, Deputy Director: Michael Davison, PhD.