Pisoni, S., & Wagner, A.R. (1956).  The role of special instructions in the successive performance of different tasks on the star discrimeter.  Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 63, (pp.556-562). 

Goodrich, K.P., Ross, L.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1957).  Performance in eyelid conditioning following interpolated presentations of the UCS.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 53, (pp.214-217).

Wagner, A.R. (1959).  The role of reinforcement and nonreinforcement in an “apparent frustration effect.”  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57, (pp.130-136).

Goodrich, K.P., Ross, L.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1959).  Supplementary report:  Effect of interpolated UCS trials in eyelid conditioning without a ready signal.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58, (pp.319-320).

Wagner, A.R. (1961).  Effects of amount and percentage of reinforcement and number of acquisition trials on conditioning and extinction.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, (pp.234-242).

Wagner, A.R. (1961).  The treatment of inhibition in the more complex behavioral situation.  In C. Franks (Chair), American Psychological Association Symposium, “Current status of central inhibition.” American Psychologist, 16, (p469).

Goodrich, K.P., Ross, L.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1961).  An examination of selected aspects of the continuity and noncontinuity positions in discrimination learning. Psychological Record, 11, (pp.105-116).

Wagner, A.R., & Miller, N. (1962).  Choice behavior and resistance to extinction. Psychological Record, 12, (pp.105-108).

Barry, H. III, Wagner, A.R., & Miller, N.E. (1962).  Effects of alcohol and amobarbital on performance inhibited by experimental extinction.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, (pp.464-468).

Logan, F.A., & Wagner, A.R. (1962).  Supplementary report:  Direction of change in CS in eyelid conditioning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, (pp.325-326).

Wagner, A.R. (1963).  Conditioned frustration as a learned drive.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66, (pp.142-148).

Wagner, A.R. (1963).  Overtraining and frustration.  Psychological Reports, 13, (pp.717-718).

Wagner, A.R. (1963).  Sodium amytal and partially reinforced runway performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, (pp.474-477).                      

Wagner, A.R., & Logan, F.A. (1963).  Choice-behavior and distribution of reinforcement among response alternatives.  American Journal of Psychology, 76, (pp.480-483).

Siegel, S., & Wagner, A.R. (1963).  Extended acquisition training and resistance to
extinction.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66, (pp.308-310).

Wagner, A.R., Siegel, S., Thomas, E., & Ellison, G.D. (1964).  Reinforcement history and the extinction of a conditioned salivary response.  Journal of Comparative  and Physiological Psychology, 58, (pp.354-358).

Brown, R.T., & Wagner, A.R. (1964).  Resistance to punishment and extinction following training with shock or nonreinforcement.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, (pp.503-507).                                                    

Thomas, E., & Wagner, A.R. (1964).  Partial reinforcement of the classically conditioned  eyelid response in the rabbit.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 58, (pp.157-158).

Logan, F.A., & Wagner, A.R. (1965).  Reward and punishment.  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon.

Wagner, A.R. (1966).  Frustration and punishment.  In R.N. Haber (Ed.), Current research in motivation (pp. 229-239).  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.

Wagner, A.R. (1966).  Instrumental-motivational processes in the classical conditioning of skeletal behavior.  In J. Konorski (Chair), Symposium on “Classical and instrumental conditioning.”  Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress of Psychology (p.85).  Moscow.

Wagner, A.R., Carder, J.B., & Beatty, W.W. (1966).  Yeast ribonucleic acid:  Effects on learned behavior in the rat.  Psychonomic Science, 4, (pp.33-34). http://dx.doi:10.3758/BF03342160

Wagner, A.R., Gardner, F., & Galambos, R. (1966).  Preliminary report:  An attempt to produce inter-animal transfer of a brightness discrimination via brain extract.  In P.L. Carlton (Ed.), Memory transfer and RNA (pp.36-48).  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers-State University Press.

Wagner, A.R., Gardner, F., & Galambos, R. (1966).  Preliminary report:  Failure to replicate a reported transfer of maze preference via brain extract containing ribonucleic acid.  In P.L. Carlton (Ed.),Memory transfer and RNA (pp. 49-61). New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers-State University Press.

Wagner, A.R., & Thomas, E. (1966).  Reward magnitude shifts:  A savings effect. Psychonomic Science, 4, (pp.13-14). http://dx.doi:10.3758/BF03342150

Byrne, W.L., Samuel, D., Bennett, E.L., Rosenzweig, M.R., Wasserman, E., Wagner, A.R., Gardner, F., Galambos, R., Berger, B.D., Margules, D.L., Fenichel, R.L., Stein, L., Corson, J., Enesco, H.E., Chorover, S.L., Holt, C.E. III, Schiller, P.H., Chiappetta, L., Jarvik, M.E., Leaf, R.C., Dutcher, J.D., Horovitz, Z.P., & Carlton, P.L. (1966).  Memory transfer.  Science, 153, (pp.658-659).

Wagner, A.R., Siegel, L.S., & Fein, G.G.  (1967).  Extinction of conditioned fear as a function of percentage of reinforcement.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, (pp.160-164).

Wagner, A.R., Thomas, E., & Norton, T.  (1967).  Conditioning with electrical stimulation of motor cortex:  Evidence of a possible source of motivation.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 64, (pp.191-199).

Wagner, A.R., Logan, F.A., Haberlandt, K., & Price, T. (1968).  Stimulus selection in animal discrimination learning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 76, (pp.171-180).

Davis, M., & Wagner, A.R. (1968).  Startle responsiveness after habituation to different intensities of tone.  Psychonomic Science, 12, (pp.337-338). http://dx.doi: 10.3758/BF03331339

Wagner, A.R. (1969).  Frustrative nonreward:  A variety of punishment.  In B.A. Campbell & R.M. Church (Eds.), Punishment and aversive behavior  (pp.157-181).  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.
Wagner, A.R. (1969).  Incidental stimuli and discrimination learning.  In R.M. Gilbert & N.S. Sutherland (Eds.), Animal discrimination learning (pp. 83-111). London:  Academic Press.

Wagner, A.R.  (1969).  Stimulus selection and a “modified continuity theory.”  In G.H. Bower & J.T. Spence (Eds.), The psychology of learning and motivation Vol. 3 (pp. 1-41).  New York:  Academic Press.                                    

Wagner, A.R. (1969).  Stimulus validity and stimulus selection in associative learning. In N.J. Mackintosh & W.K. Honig (Eds.), Fundamental issues in associative learning (pp. 90-122).  Halifax: Dalhousie University Press.

Davis, M., & Wagner, A.R. (1969).  Habituation of startle response under incremental sequence of stimulus intensities. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 67, (pp.486-492).

Dweck, C.S., & Wagner, A.R. (1970).  Situational cues and correlation between CS and US as determinants of the conditioned emotional response.  Psychonomic Science, 18, (pp.145-147).http://dx.doi:10.3758/BF03332345

Wagner, A.R. (1971).  Elementary associations.  In H.H. Kendler & J.T. Spence (Eds.), Essays in neobehaviorism:  A memorial volume to Kenneth W. Spence (pp. 187-213).  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Wagner, A.R., & Rescorla, R.A. (1972).  Inhibition in Pavlovian conditioning: Application of a theory.  In R.A. Boakes & M.S. Halliday (Eds.), Inhibition and learning (pp. 301-336).  London:  Academic Press.

Reiss, S., & Wagner, A.R. (1972).  CS habituation produces a “latent inhibition effect” but no active “conditioned inhibition.”  Learning and Motivation, 3, (pp.237-245). http://dx.doi:10.1016/0023-9690(72)90020-3

Rescorla, R.A., & Wagner, A.R. (1972).  A theory of Pavlovian conditioning:  Variations in the effectiveness of reinforcement and nonreinforcement.  In A.H. Black & W.F. Prokasy (Eds.), Classical conditioning II:  Current theory and research (pp. 64-99).  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Whitlow, J.W., & Wagner, A.R. (1972).  Negative patterning in classical conditioning: Summation of response tendencies to isolable and configural components. Psychonomic Science, 27, (pp.299-301).http://dx.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102469

Wagner, A.R., Rudy, J.W., & Whitlow, J.W. (1973).  Rehearsal in animal conditioning [Monograph].  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 97, (pp.407-426).

Neely, J.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1974).  Attenuation of blocking with shifts in reward: The involvement of schedule-generated contextual cues.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 102, (pp.751-763).

Wagner, A.R. (1975).  Editorial.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 1, (p1-2).

Wagner, A.R., & Terry, W.S. (1975).  Backward conditioning to a CS following an expected vs. a surprising UCS.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 3, (pp.370-374).  http://dx.doi: 10.3758/BF03213461

Krane, R.V., & Wagner, A.R. (1975).  Taste aversion learning with a delayed shock US: Implications for the “generality of the laws of learning.”  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 88, (pp.882-889).

Rudy, J.W., & Wagner, A.R. (1975).  Stimulus selection in associative learning.  In W.K. Estes (Ed.), Handbook of learning and cognitive processes Vol. 2 (pp. 269-303).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum. 

Terry, W.S., & Wagner, A.R. (1975).  Short-term memory for “surprising” versus “expected” unconditioned stimuli in Pavlovian conditioning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 1, (pp.122-133).

Wagner, A.R. (1976).  Priming in STM:  An information-processing mechanism for self-generated or retrieval-generated depression in performance.  In T.J. Tighe & R.N. Leaton (Eds.), Habituation:  Perspectives from child development, animal  behavior, and neurophysiology (pp. 95-128).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.                    

Pfautz, P.L., & Wagner, A.R. (1976).  Transient variations in responding to Pavlovian conditioned stimuli have implications for the mechanisms of “priming.” Animal Learning & Behavior, 4, (pp.107-112).http://dx.doi: 10.3758/BF03214018

Donegan, N.H., Whitlow, J.W., & Wagner, A.R. (1977).  Posttrial reinstatement of the CS in Pavlovian conditioning:  Facilitation or impairment of acquisition as a  function of individual differences in responsiveness to the CS.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 3, (pp.357-376).

Wagner, A.R. (1978).  Expectancies and the priming of STM.  In S.H. Hulse, H. Fowler, & W.K. Honig (Eds.), Cognitive processes in animal behavior (pp. 177-209). Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Wagner, A.R., & Pfautz, P.L. (1978).  A bowed serial-position function in habituation of sequential stimuli.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 6, (pp.395-400). http://dx.doi: 10.3758/BF03209634

Pfautz, P.L., Donegan, N.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1978).  Sensory preconditioning versus protection from habituation.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 4, (pp.286-295).

Wagner, A.R. (1979).  Habituation and memory.  In A. Dickinson & R.A. Boakes (Eds.), Mechanisms of learning and motivation:  A memorial volume for Jerzy Konorski (pp. 53-82).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Sharp, P.E., James, J.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1980).  Habituation of a “blocked” stimulus during Pavlovian conditioning.  Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 15, (pp.139-142). http://dx.doi: 10.3758/BF03334490

James, J.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1980).  One-trial overshadowing:  Evidence of distributive processing.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 6, (pp.188-205).

Wagner, A.R., Mazur, J.E., Donegan, N.H., & Pfautz, P.L. (1980).  Evaluation of blocking and conditioned inhibition to a CS signaling a decrease in US intensity.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 6, (pp.376-385).

Wagner, A.R. (1981).  SOP:  A model of automatic memory processing in animal behavior.  In N.E. Spear & R.R. Miller (Eds.), Information processing in animals:  Memory mechanisms (pp. 5-47).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Mazur, J.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1982).  An episodic model of associative learning.  In M. Commons, R. Herrnstein, & A.R. Wagner (Eds.), Quantitative analyses of behavior:  Acquisition Vol. 3 ( pp. 3-39). Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger.

Commons, M., Herrnstein, R.J., & Wagner, A.R. (Eds.). (1982).  Quantitative analyses of behavior:  Acquisition (Vol. 3).  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger.

Commons, M., Herrnstein, R.J., & Wagner, A.R. (Eds.) (1983).  Quantitative analyses of behavior:  Discrimination processes (Vol. 4).  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger.

Whitlow, J.W. & Wagner, A.R. (1984).  Memory and habituation.  In H.V.S. Peeke & L. Petrinovich (Eds.), Habituation, sensitization and behavior (pp. 103-153).  New York:  Academic Press.

Menzel, R., Bicker, G., Carew, T.J., Fishbach, K.F., Gould, J.L., Heinrich, B., Heisenberg, M.A., Lindauer, M., Markl, H.S., Quinn, W.G., Sahley, C.L., & Wagner, A.R. (1984).  Biology of invertebrate learning.  In P. Marler & H.S. Terrace (Eds.), The biology of learning (pp. 249-270).  Dahlem Konferenzen. Berlin:  Springer-Verlag.                                                    
Wagner, A.R., & Larew, M.B. (1985).  Opponent   processes and Pavlovian inhibition. In R.R. Miller & N.E. Spear (Eds.), Information processing in animals: Conditioned inhibition (pp. 233-265).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Terry, W.S., & Wagner, A.R. (1985).  The effects of US priming on performance and acquisition.  Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 23, (pp.249-252).

Dolan, J.C., Shishimi, A., & Wagner, A.R. (1985).  The effects of signaling the US in backward conditioning:  A shift from excitatory to inhibitory learning. Animal Learning and Behavior, 13, (pp.209-214).

Ewing, M.F., Larew, M.B., & Wagner, A.R. (1985).  Distribution-of-trial effects in Pavlovian conditioning:  An apparent involvement of inhibitory backward conditioning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 11, (pp.537-547).

Paletta, M.S., & Wagner, A.R. (1986).  Development of context-specific tolerance to morphine:  Support for a dual-process interpretation.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 100, (pp.611-623).

Donegan, N.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1987).  Conditioned diminution and facilitation of the UR:  A sometimes opponent-process interpretation.  In I. Gormezano, W.F. Prokasy, & R.F. Thompson (Eds.),Classical conditioning III (pp. 339-369).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Commons, M., Church, R.M., Stellar, J.R., & Wagner, A.R. (Eds.). (1988).  Quantitative analyses of behavior:  Biological determinants of reinforcement  (Vol. 7).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.    

Detke, M. J., Brandon, S. E., Weingarten, H. P., Rodin, J., & Wagner, A. R., (1989).  Modulation of  behavioral and insulin response by contextual stimuli paired with food.  Physiology and Behavior, 45, (pp.845-851).

Wagner, A.R., & Brandon, S.E. (1989).  Evolution of a structured connectionist model of Pavlovian conditioning (SOP).  In S.B. Klein and R.R. Mowrer (Eds.), Contemporary learning theories:  Pavlovian conditioning and the status of traditional learning theories. (pp. 149-189).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Brandon, S. E., & Wagner, A. R.  (1991).  Modulation of a discrete Pavlovian conditioned reflex by a putative emotive conditioned stimulus.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavor Processes, 17, (pp.299-311).

Brandon, S. E., & Bombace, J. C., Falls, W. A., & Wagner, A. R.  (1991).  Modulation of unconditioned defensive reflexes by a putative emotive Pavlovian conditioned stimulus.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 17, (pp.312-322).

Bombace, J. C., Brandon, S. E., & Wagner, A. R.  (1991).  Modulation of a conditioned eyeblink response by a putative emotive stimulus conditioned with hindleg shock.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 17, (pp.323-333).   

Wagner, A. R.  (1992).  Some complexities anticipated by AESOP and other dual-representation theories.  In H. Kimmel (Chair), Symposium on Pavlovian Conditioning with Complex Stimuli, XXV International Congress of Psychology,  International Journal of Psychology, (pp.101-102).     

Brandon, S.E., Betts, S.L., & Wagner, A.R. (1994).  Discriminated, lateralized eyeblink conditioning in the rabbit: An experimental context for separating specific and general associative influences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 20, (pp.292-307).

Betts, S. L., Brandon, S.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1996).  Dissociation of the blocking of the acquisition of conditioned eyeblink responding and conditioned fear with a shift in US locus. Animal Learning & Behavior, 24, (pp.459-470). 10.3758/BF03199017

McNish, K., Betts, S.L., Brandon, S.E., & Wagner, A.R. (1997).  Divergence of measures of conditioned eyeblink and conditioned fear in backward Pavlovian training. Animal Learning & Behavior, 25, (pp.43-52). 10.3758/BF03199023

Gewirtz, J. G., Brandon, S. E., & Wagner, A. R. (1998).  Modulation of the acquisition of the rabbit eyeblink conditioned response by conditioned contextual stimuli.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 24, (pp.106-117).

Brandon, S. E., & Wagner, A. R. (1998).  Occasion setting: Influences of conditioned emotional responses and configural cues. In N. Schmajuk and P.C. Holland (Eds.)  Occasion setting: Associative Learning and cognition in animal.  (pp 343-382) Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Brandon, S. E., Logan, B., Cox, N., & Wagner, A. R. (1998).  A device for concurrent bilateral measurement of outer eyelid closures in the rabbit.  Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 3, (pp.406-410). 

Wagner, A.R., (1998). A componential theory of Pavlovian conditioning. Libro de resumes. X Congreso de la Sociedad Espanola de Psicologia Comparada (pp 17-18).

Wagner, A.R., (1999). Allan R. Wagner: Biography. American Psychologist, 54, (pp.887-890).

Brandon, S.E., Vogel, E.H., & Wagner, A.R., (2000). A componential  view of configural cues in generalization and discrimination in Pavlovian conditioning. Behavioral Brain Research. 110. (pp.67-72).

Wagner, A.R., & Brandon, S.E., (2001). A componential  theory of Pavlovian Conditioning. In R.R. Mowrer and S.B. Klien (Eds.) Handbook  of Contemporary Learning Theories (pp. 23-64)  Mahwah, NJ. Erlbaum.

Myers, K.M., Vogel, E.H., Shin, J., & Wagner, A.R., (2001). A comparison of the Rescorla-Wagner and Pearce models in a negative patterning and a summation problem. Animal Learning and Behavior. 29, (pp.36-45).

Brandon, S.E., Vogel, E.H., & Wagner, A.R., (2002). Computational theories of Classical Conditioning. In J.W. Moore (Ed.) A neuroscientists guide to Classical Conditioning (pp. 232-310). New York, NY. Springer-Verlog.

Brandon, S.E., & Wagner, A.R., (2002). Sometimes opponent  process (SOP) model of conditioning. In J.H. Byrne, H. Eichenbaum,  H. Roediger, III, and R.F. Thompson (Eds.) Learning and memory, 2nd Edition.  Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan,(pp. 624-628).

Wagner, A.R., (2003). Context-sensitive elemental theory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 23B, (pp.7-29).

Brandon, S.E., Vogel, E.H., & Wagner, A.R., (2003). Stimulus representation in SOP: I. Theoretical rationalization and some implications. Behavioral Processes, 62, (pp.5-25).

Vogel, E.H., Brandon, S.E., & Wagner, A.R., (2003). Stimulus representation In SOP: II. An application to inhibition of delay. Behavioral Processes, 62, (pp.27-48).    
Vogel, E.H., & Wagner, A.R., (2005). Stimulus specificity in the habituation of the startle response in the rat. Physiology and Behavior, 86, (pp.516-525).

Vogel, E.H. Diaz, C.A., Ramirez, J.A., Yarur, M.C.. Perez-Acusta, A.M., & Wagner, A.R., (2007). Desarrollo de un computacional para similar las predicciones del modelo de elementos reemplazados (REM) de condicionamiento pavloviano.  (A computer program to simulate the predictions of the replaced-elements model (REM) of Pavlovian conditioning) Psicothema,19, (pp.506-514).

Wagner, A.R. (2008a). Some observations and remembrance of Kenneth W. Spence. Learning and Behavior. 36. (pp.169-173). 10.3758/LB.36.3.169

Wagner, A.R. (2008b). Evolution of an elemental theory of Pavlovian conditioning. Learning and Behavior, 36, (pp.253-265). 10.3758/LB.36.3.253

Wagner, A.R., & Vogel, E.H. (2008). Configural and elemental processing in associative learning: Commentary on Melchers, Shanks and Lachnit. Behavioral Processes. 77, (pp.446-450).

Lee, T., Kim, J.J., & Wagner, A.R. (2008). Bilateral nature of the conditioned eyeblink response in the Rabbit: Behavioral characteristics and potential mechanisms. Behavioral Neuroscience, 122, (pp.1306-1317).

Wagner, A.R. & Vogel, E.H. (2009). Conditioning Theories. In L.E. Squire (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3, (pp 49-57). Oxford: Academic Press.

Soto, F.A., Vogel, E.H., Castillo, R.D., & Wagner, A.R. (2009). Generality of the summation effect in human causal learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 62, (pp.877 889).

Lee, T., Kim, J.J., & Wagner, A.R. (2009). Discriminative conditioning with different CS-US intervals produces temporally differentiated conditioned responses in the two eyes of the rabbit.  Behavioral Neuroscience. 123, (pp.1085-1094).

Wagner, A.R., & Vogel, E.H. (2010). Associative modulation of US processing: Implications for understanding of habituation. In N. Schmajuk (Ed.) Computational models of associative learning. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (pp 150-185).

Vogel, E. H., Glynn, J. & Wagner, A. R. (2015). Cue competition effects in human causal learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 68, (pp.2327-2350).

Ponce, F. P., Vogel, E. H., & Wagner, A. R. (2015) The Incremental Stimulus Intensity Effect in the habituation of the eyeblink response in humans. Learning and Motivation. 52, (pp.60-68).

Wagner, A.R. (2016) What we learn depends on what we are remembering. In R. J. Sternberg, S. Fisk and D. Foss (Eds.) Scientists Making a Difference: One Hundred Eminent Behavioral and Brain Scientists Talk about Their Most Important Contributions. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge U.K. (pp.156-159).

Vogel, E.H., Ponce, F.P., & Wagner, A.R. (2016) A theoretical analysis of occasion setting: SOP with replaced elements. Behavioral Processes. (pp.1-14).

Vogel, E.H., Ponce, F.P., & Wagner, A.R. (2017) The development and present status of the SOP model of associative learning. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Invited Paper, submitted June, 2017.