Michael Markham
Michael Markham
Associate Professor of Biology, The University of Oklahoma
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The transfer of respondent eliciting and extinction functions through stimulus equivalence classes
MJ Dougher, E Augustson, MR Markham, DE Greenway, E Wulfert
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 62 (3), 331-351, 1994
4261994
Compound stimuli in emergent stimulus relations: Extending the scope of stimulus equivalence
MR Markham, MJ Dougher
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 60 (3), 529-542, 1993
1531993
Stimulus equivalence, functional equivalence and the transfer of function
MJ Dougher, MR Markham
Behavior analysis of language and cognition, 71-90, 1994
1511994
8 Stimulus classes and the untrained acquisition of stimulus functions
MJ Dougher, MR Markham
Advances in Psychology 117, 137-152, 1996
741996
Treating a heterogeneous set of anxiety disorders in youths with group cognitive behavioral therapy: A partially nonconcurrent multiple-baseline evaluation
PW Lumpkin, WK Silverman, CF Weems, MR Markham, WM Kurtines
Behavior Therapy 33 (1), 163-177, 2002
722002
Regulation and modulation of electric waveforms in gymnotiform electric fish
PK Stoddard, HH Zakon, MR Markham, L McAnelly
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 192 (6), 613-624, 2006
662006
Emergence of conditional stimulus relations and transfer of respondent eliciting functions among compound stimuli
EM Augustson, MJ Dougher, MR Markham
The Psychological Record 50 (4), 745-770, 2000
622000
Circadian and social cues regulate ion channel trafficking
MR Markham, ML McAnelly, PK Stoddard, HH Zakon
PLoS Biol 7 (9), e1000203, 2009
512009
Signal cloaking by electric fish
PK Stoddard, MR Markham
Bioscience 58 (5), 415-425, 2008
512008
Serotonin modulates the electric waveform of the gymnotiform electric fish Brachyhypopomus pinnicaudatus
PK Stoddard, MR Markham, VL Salazar
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (8), 1353-1362, 2003
512003
Circadian rhythms in electric waveform structure and rate in the electric fish Brachyhypopomus pinnicaudatus
PK Stoddard, MR Markham, VL Salazar, S Allee
Physiology & behavior 90 (1), 11-20, 2007
502007
Transfer of operant discrimination and respondent elicitation via emergent relations of compound stimuli.
MR Markham, EM Augustson, MJ Douther
The Psychological Record 52, 325-350, 2002
482002
A computer touch‐screen apparatus for training visual discriminations in rats
MR Markham, AE Butt, MJ Dougher
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 65 (1), 173-182, 1996
481996
Adrenocorticotropic hormone enhances the masculinity of an electric communication signal by modulating the waveform and timing of action potentials within individual cells
MR Markham, PK Stoddard
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (38), 8746-8754, 2005
442005
Electrocyte physiology: 50 years later
MR Markham
Journal of Experimental biology 216 (13), 2451-2458, 2013
412013
BACCuS 2.01: Computer software for quantifying alcohol consumption
MR Markham, WR Miller, L Arciniega
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 25 (3), 420-421, 1993
401993
Action potential energetics at the organismal level reveal a trade-off in efficiency at high firing rates
JE Lewis, KM Gilmour, MJ Moorhead, SF Perry, MR Markham
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (1), 197-201, 2014
382014
Infant vocalizations are conditioned both by maternal imitation and motherese speech
M Pelez-Nogueras, JL Gewirtz, MM Markham
Infant behavior and development 19, 670, 1996
321996
A sodium-activated potassium channel supports high-frequency firing and reduces energetic costs during rapid modulations of action potential amplitude
MR Markham, LK Kaczmarek, HH Zakon
Journal of Neurophysiology 109 (7), 1713-1723, 2013
302013
Opposing actions of 5HT1A and 5HT2-like serotonin receptors on modulations of the electric signal waveform in the electric fish Brachyhypopomus pinnicaudatus
SJ Allee, MR Markham, VL Salazar, PK Stoddard
Hormones and behavior 53 (3), 481-488, 2008
282008
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