Publications

Many of our publications can also be found on Anne’s Google Scholar profile.

Olsen, R. A., Macaskill, A. C. & Hunt, M. J. (under review). A measure of delay discounting within the academic domain. Journal of Behavioral Decision-making

Fahmie, T. A., Macaskill, A. C., Kazemi, E. & Elmer, U. (in press). Prevention of the Development of Problem Behavior: A Laboratory Model. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis

Asgarova, R., Macaskill, A. C., Robinson, B., & Hunt, M. J. (2017). Probability discounting and cardiovascular risk: the effect of side-effect severity and framing. Psychological Record, 67, 169-179. doi:10.1007/s40732-017-0243-2.

Hunt, M. J. & Macaskill, A. C. (2017). Student reactions to active learning activities with live and virtual rats in psychology teaching laboratories. Teaching of Psychology, 44, 160-164.

Taylor, L. F., Macaskill, A. C., & Hunt, M. J. (2017). Realistic Free-Spins Features Increase Preference for Slot Machines. Journal of gambling studies, 33, 555-577.

Olsen, R. A., Macaskill, A. C., & Harper, D. N. (2016). Differential effects of 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, methamphetamine, meta-Chlorophenylpiperazine, and scopolamine on behavioral repetition versus variation in rats. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 150, 170-181

Lie, C., Macaskill, A. C., & Harper, D. N. (2016). The effect of MDMA on sensitivity to reinforcement rate Behavioral Neuroscience, 130, 243-251.

Greenhow, A. K., Hunt, M. J., Macaskill, A.C., Harper, D. N. (2015). The effect of magnitude on probability and delay discounting of experienced outcomes in a computer game task in humans. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 104 , 186-197. 

Tan, G., Macaskill, A.C. & Hunt, M.J. (2015). Derived relations and the slot machine near-win  effect. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 16, 21-30.

Macaskill, A. C., Harrow, C. & Harper, D. N. (2015). The disruptive effects of methamphetamine on delayed-matching-to-sample performance reflect proactive interference and are reduced by SCH23390. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 128, 62-67. doi:10.1016/j.pbb.2014.11.009

Daly, T.E., Tan, G. Macaskill, A. C., Hely, L., Harper, D. N., & Hunt, M. (2014). Slot machine near misses: effects on pause length and sensitivity to win ratios. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 8, 55-70.

Macaskill, A. C. & Hackenberg, T.D. (2013). Optimal and non-optimal choice in a laboratory-based sunk cost task with humans: A cross-species replication. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behaivor, 100, 301-315.

Macaskill, A. C. & Hackenberg, T. D. (2012). The sunk cost effect with pigeons: Some determinants of decisions about persistence. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 97, 85-100.

Macaskill, A. C. & Hackenberg, T. D. (2012). Providing a reinforcement history that reduces the sunk cost effect. Behavioural Processes, 89, 212-218.

Macaskill, A. C. & Branch, M. N. (2011). Tolerance to cocaine’s effects on schedule-controlled behavior: Role of delay between pause-ending responses and reinforcement. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 100, 616-623

Wilson, M., Hunt, M., Richardson, L., Phillips, H., Richardson, K. & Challies, D. (2011). Awhina: a programme for Maori and Pacific tertiary science graduate and postgraduate success. Higher Education, 62, 699-719.

Challies, D., Hunt , M , Garry, M. and Harper, D.N. (2011). Whatever gave you that idea? False memories following equivalence training: A behavioral account of the misinformation effect. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 96, 343-362.

Hunt, M., Harper, D. N., & Lie, C. (2011). Mind the gap: Training road users to use speed and distance when making gap-acceptance decisions. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 2015-2023.

Lie, C., Hunt, M., Peters, H. L., Veliu, B., & Harper, D. (2010). The “negative” credit card effect: Credit cards as spending-limiting stimuli in New Zealand. The Psychological Record, 60, 399-412.

Peters, H. L., Hunt. M. & Harper, D. (2010). An animal model of slot machine gambling: The effect of structural characteristics on response latency and persistence. Journal of Gambling Studies, 26, 521-531.

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