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Recent Publications

recent publications

  • Treichler, F. R., (2013). Testing musical ability: An American dissenter and some related historical comparisons. History of the Human Sciences, 26(5), 48-68.
  • Raghanti, M. A., Spurlock, L. B., Treichler, F. R., Weigel, S. E., Stimmelmayr, R., Butti, C., Thewissen, J. G. M., & Hof, P. R. (2014). An analysis of von Economo neurons in the cerebral cortex of cetanceans, artiodactyls, and perissodactyls. Brain Structure & Function, 220, 2303-2314.
  • Treichler, F. R. (2012). Serial list retention by non-human primates: Complexity and cognitive continuity. In D. McFarland, K. Stenning and M. McGonigle-Chalmers.  The complex mind: An interdisciplinary approach. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK.  25-37.
  • Treichler, F. R., & Raghanti, M. A. (2010). Serial list combination by monkeys (Macaca mulatta): Test cues and linking. Animal Cognition,13, 121-131.
  • Treichler, F. R., Raghanti, M. A., & Van Tilburg, D. N. (2007). Serial list linking by macaque monkeys (Macaca mulatta): List property limitations. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 121, 250-259.
  • Treichler, F. R. (2007). Monkeys making a list: Checking it twice? In D. A. Washburn (Ed.), Primate perspectives on behavior and cognition. (pp. 143-160). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Treichler, F. R. (2005) Successive reversal of concurrent discriminations by macaques (Macaca mulatta): proactive interference effects.Animal Cognition, 8, 75-83.
  • Treichler, F. R., Raghanti, M. A., & VanTilburg, D. N. (2003). Linking of serially ordered lists by macaque monkeys (Macaca mulatta): List position influences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 29, 211-221.
  • Treichler, F. R. & Van Tilburg, D. (2002). Premise-pair training for valid tests of serial list organization in macaques. Animal Cognition, 5, 97-105.