Dominic M. Dwyer
Dominic M. Dwyer
School of Psychology, Cardiff University
Verified email at cardiff.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Simultaneous presentation of similar stimuli produces perceptual learning in human picture processing.
ME Mundy, RC Honey, DM Dwyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 33 (2), 124, 2007
1042007
Activity-based anorexia in rats as failure to adapt to a feeding schedule.
DM Dwyer, RA Boakes
Behavioral Neuroscience 111 (1), 195, 1997
981997
Weight loss in rats produced by running: Effects of prior experience and individual housing
RABDM Dwyer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 50 (2), 129-148, 1997
961997
Acute and chronic effects of NMDA receptor antagonists in rodents, relevance to negative symptoms of schizophrenia: a translational link to humans
JC Neill, MK Harte, PM Haddad, ES Lydall, DM Dwyer
European Neuropsychopharmacology 24 (5), 822-835, 2014
872014
Licking and liking: The assessment of hedonic responses in rodents
DM Dwyer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (3), 371-394, 2012
862012
Simultaneous activation of the representations of absent cues results in the formation of an excitatory association between them.
DM Dwyer, NJ Mackintosh, RA Boakes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 24 (2), 163, 1998
721998
Perceptual learning in humans: Roles of preexposure schedule, feedback, and discrimination assay
DM Dwyer, KI Hodder, RC Honey
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 57 (3b), 245-259, 2004
622004
Reduced palatability in lithium-and activity-based, but not in amphetamine-based, taste aversion learning.
DM Dwyer, RA Boakes, AJ Hayward
Behavioral neuroscience 122 (5), 1051, 2008
592008
Rats place greater value on rewards produced by high effort: An animal analogue of the “effort justification” effect
ES Lydall, G Gilmour, DM Dwyer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1134-1137, 2010
512010
A learned flavor preference persists despite the extinction of conditioned hedonic reactions to the cue flavors
DM Dwyer, HL Pincham, T Thein, JA Harris
Learning & Behavior 37 (4), 305-310, 2009
512009
Microstructural analysis of conditioned and unconditioned responses to maltodextrin
DM Dwyer
Learning & behavior 36 (2), 149-158, 2008
492008
Superior discrimination between similar stimuli after simultaneous exposure
ME Mundy, RC Honey, DM Dwyer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (1), 18-25, 2009
472009
Evaluative conditioning with foods as CSs and body shapes as USs: No evidence for sex differences, extinction, or overshadowing
DM Dwyer, F Jarratt, K Dick
Cognition and Emotion 21 (2), 281-299, 2007
472007
Evidence for inhibitory associations between the unique elements of two compound flavours
DM Dwyer, CH Bennett, NJ Mackintosh
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 54 (2), 97-107, 2001
472001
A critical role for the hippocampus and perirhinal cortex in perceptual learning of scenes and faces: complementary findings from amnesia and FMRI
ME Mundy, PE Downing, DM Dwyer, RC Honey, KS Graham
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (25), 10490-10502, 2013
462013
Lesions of the basolateral amygdala disrupt conditioning based on the retrieved representations of motivationally significant events
DM Dwyer, S Killcross
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (32), 8305-8309, 2006
462006
Inhibitory associations contribute to perceptual learning in humans.
ME Mundy, DM Dwyer, RC Honey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 32 (2), 178, 2006
462006
Alternating exposure to two compound flavors creates inhibitory associations between their unique features
DM Dwyer, NJ Mackintosh
Animal Learning & Behavior 30 (3), 201-207, 2002
442002
“Causal reasoning” in rats: A reappraisal.
DM Dwyer, J Starns, RC Honey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (4), 578, 2009
402009
Microstructural analysis of ingestive behaviour reveals no contribution of palatability to the incomplete extinction of a conditioned taste aversion
DM Dwyer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (1), 9-17, 2009
382009
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