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Biofeedback and Visceral Learning

We present one of Neal’s more influential articles regarding biofeedback.

Written in 1978, Neal defines biofeedback; then  deals with the question of which visceral responses can be affected by instrumental training.

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Miller, N. E. (1955).  Shortcomings of food consumption as a measure of hunger: Results from other behavioral techniques.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 63, 141-143.

Miller, N. E. (1956).  Effects of drugs on motivation: The value of using a variety of measures.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 65, 318-333.

Miller, N. E. (1957).  Objective techniques for studying motivational effects of drugs on animals.  In S. Garattini & V. Ghetti (Eds.), Psychotropic drugs (pp. 83-103).  Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Miller, N. E. (1960).  Motivational effects of brain stimulation drugs.

Federation Proceedings, 19, 846-854.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Contributions [of] Neal E. Miller to the Pavlovian Conference on Higher Nervous Activity: I. Integration of neurophysiological and behavioral research. II. Part III: Discussion of the paper: “Inhibition as a determinant of synaptic and behavioral patterns” by Amedeo S. Marrazzi.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 92, 830-839, 1028-1030.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Some recent studies of conflict behavior and drugs.  American Psychologist, 16, 12-24.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Learning and performance motivated by direct stimulation of the brain.  In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 387-396).  Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E. (1963).  Animal experiments on emotionally-induced ulcers.  Proceedings of the Third          World Congress in Psychiatry, 3, 213-219, Montreal, Canada, June 4-10, 1961.

Miller, N. E. (1963).  Some motivational effects of electrical and chemical stimulation of the brain.  Electroencephalographical and Clinical Neurophysiology, Suppl. 24, 247-259.

Miller, N. E. (1964).  The analysis of motivational effects illustrated by experiments

on amylobarbitone sodium.  In H. Steinberg, A. V. S. de Rueck, & J. Knight (Eds.), Animal behaviour and drug action (pp. 1-18).  London: J. & A. Churchill, Ltd.

Miller, N. E. (1965).  Chemical coding of behavior in the brain. 

Science, 148, 328-338.

Miller, N. E. (1966).  Some animal experiments pertinent to the problem of

combining psychotherapy with drug therapy.  Comprehensive Psychiatry, 7, 1-12.

Miller, N. E. (1968).  The brain’s critical periods.  Impact of Science on Society, 18, 157-167.

Miller, N. E. (1969).  Learning of visceral and glandular responses. Science, 163, 434-445.

Miller, N. E. (1969).  Psychosomatic effects of specific types of training.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 159, 1025-1040.

Miller, N. E. (1970).  Educating our viscera.  In Science Year, 1971, 180-193.  Chicago: Field Enterprises Educational Corporation.

Miller, N. E. (1972).  Learning of visceral and glandular responses [postscript].  In D. Singh & C. T. Morgan (Eds.), Current status of physiological psychology: Readings (pp.228-250, postscript begins on page 245).  Monterey, California: Brooks/Cole.

Miller, N. E. (1973).  Commentary [on Delgado, Roberts and Miller's "Learning motivated by electrical stimulation of the brain"].  In E. S. Valenstein (Ed.), Brain stimulation and motivation: Research and commentary (pp. 53-68).  Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman.

Miller, N. E. (1975).  Behavioral medicine as a new frontier: Opportunities and dangers.  In S. M. Weiss (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Heart and Lung Institute Working Conference on Health Behavior, 1975 (pp. 1-11).  Washington, D.C.: DHEW Publ. #NIH, 76-868.

Miller, N. E. (1977).  Effect of learning on gastrointestinal functions.

Clinics in Gastroenterology, 6, 533-546.

Miller, N. E. (1979).  Behavioral medicine: New opportunities but serious dangers.  Behavioral Medicine Update, 1(2), 5-7.

Miller, N. E. (1980).  A perspective on the effects of stress and coping on disease and health.  In S. Levine & H. Ursin (Eds.), Coping and health (pp. 323-353).  New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E. (1980).  Effects of learning on physical symptoms produced by psychological stress.  In H. Selye (Ed.), Selye’s guide to stress research, Vol. 1 (pp. 131-167).  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Miller, N. E. (1980).  Introduction: Brain-stimulation reward and theories of reinforcement.  In A. Routtenberg (Ed.), Biology of reinforcement: Facets of brain stimulation reward (pp. 1-7).  New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1981).  The role of learning in homeostasis [followed by a panel report in which Miller's comments on the role of determinism in his thought].  Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science, 16, 67-69; 73-76.  [Note: this reference forms part of a more inclusive one (pp. 63-76) entitled "Man in his environment: Reflections by W. Horsley Gantt, Neal E. Miller, and Joseph Wolpe."]

Miller, N. E. (1981).  The role of learning in neuroses, visceral responses and therapy [in Chinese].  Shinli Kexue Tongxiun, 3, 43-50.

Miller, N. E. (1981).  An overview of behavioral medicine: Opportunities and dangers.  [Note: Based on his Presidential address given at the meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, Snowbird, Utah, June 1979]  In S. M. Weiss, J. A. Herd, & B. H. Fox (Eds.), Perspectives on behavioral medicine (pp. 3-22).  New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1981).  Effects of stress and coping on physical health [in Chinese].  Shinli Kexue Tongxiun, 3, 1-10.

Miller, N. E. (1981).  Hypertension: Effects of learning and stress.  In Hypertension: Biobehavioral and epidemiological aspects, 1981 (pp. 75-92).  Joint USA-USSR Symposium, Bethesda, MD, May 18-19, 1981.  NIH Publication No. 80-22015.

Miller, N. E. (1981).  Learning in the homeostatic regulation of visceral processes.  In G. Adam, I. Meszaros, & E. I. Banyai (Eds.), Advances in physiological science, Vol. 17, Brain and behavior (pp. 141-151).  Budapest: Akademiai, Kiado.

Miller, N. E. (1982).  Learning and regulation of visceral processes [in Russian].  Journal of

Higher Neurological Functions, 31, 728-739.

Miller, N. E. (1982).  Some behavioral factors relevant to cancer.  In S. M. Levy (Ed.), Biological mediators of behavior and diseases: Neoplasia (pp. 113-122).  New York: Elsevier Biomedical.

Miller, N. E. (1983).  Behavioral medicine: Symbiosis between laboratory and clinic.  Annual Review of Psychology, 34, 1-31.

Miller, N. E. (1983).  Some main themes and highlights of the conference.  In G. C. Stone (Ed.), Health Psychology, 2, 11-14: Suppl. to the Proceedings of the National Working Conference on Education and Training in Health Psychology, May 23-27.

Miller, N. E. (1983).  Understanding the use of animals in behavioral research: Some critical issues.  In J. A. Sechzer (Ed.), The role of animals in biomedical researchAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 406, 113-118.

Miller, N. E. (1984).  Behavioral medicine.  In R. J. Corsini (Ed.),   Encyclopedia of psychology, Vol. 1, 126-130.  New York: Wiley Interscience.

Miller, N. E. (1984).  Learning: Some facts and needed research relevant to maintaining health.  In J. D. Matarazzo, S. M. Weiss, J. A. Herd, N. E. Miller, & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Behavioral health: A handbook of health enhancement and disease prevention (pp. 199-208).  New York: Wiley Interscience.

Miller, N. E. (1984).  Synthesis and some future needs.  In J. A. Herd, A. M. Gotto, P. G. Kaufman, & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Cardiovascular instrumentation: Applicability on new technology to biobehavioral research (pp. 321-326).  Washington, D.C.: NIH Publication No. 84-1654.

Miller, N. E. (1984).  Value and ethics of research on animals.  Laboratory Primate Newsletter, 23(3), 1-10.

Miller, N. E. (1985).  Effects of emotional stress on the immune system.  Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science, 20(April-June), 47-52.

Miller, N. E. (1985).  The value of behavioral research on animals.  American Psychologist, 40, 423-440.

Miller, N. E. (1985).  Theoretical models relating animal experiment on fear to clinical phenomena.  In A. H. Tuma & J. D. Maser (Eds.), Anxiety and the anxiety disorders (pp. 261-272).  Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Miller, N. E. (1986).  The morality and humaneness of animal research on stress and pain.  In D. D. Kelly (Ed.), Stress-induced analgesiaAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 467, 402-404.

Miller, N. E. (1987).  Behavioral medicine.  In G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of neuroscience, (pp. 122-124).  Boston, Massachusetts: Birkhauser.

Miller, N. E. (1987).  General comments [contained within] Circulation,76, Supplement Conference on Behavioral Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease; Circulation Monograph Number 6, Part 2, 76, 221-222.

Miller, N. E. (1988).  The Neesima Lectures, Medical Psychology: I. Experimental studies of fear (anxiety) and their clinical implications.  II. Effects of psychological stress and coping on the health of the body.  Japan: Doshisha University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1989).  Placebo factors in treatment: Views of a psychologist.  In M. Shepherd & N. Sartorius (Eds.), Non-specific aspects of treatment (pp.39-55). Toronto, Canada: Hans Huber Publishers [on behalf of World Health Organization].

Miller, N. E. (1989).  Truth is victim of animal advocates’ zeal.  New Haven Register [Connecticut], February 22, p. 11.

Miller, N. E. (1990).  How the brain affects the health of the body.  In K. D. Craig & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Health enhancement, disease prevention, and early intervention (pp. 3-26).  New York: Springer.

Miller, N. E. (1991).  Commentary on Ulrich: Need to check truthfulness of statements by opponents of animal research.  Psychological Science, 2(6), 422-424.  American Psychological Society.

Miller, N. E. (1992).  Behavior to the brain to health.  In F. Samson & G. Adelman (Eds.), The neurosciences: Paths of discovery, II, (pp. 283-305).  Boston, Massachusetts: Birkhauser.

Miller, N. E. (1992).  Introducing and teaching much-needed understanding of the scientific process.  [Note:  Address upon receiving on August 16, 1991 the Award from the American Psychological Association for "Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology"]  American Psychologist, 47(7), 848-850.

Miller, N. E. (1992).  Some trends from the history to the future of behavioral medicine.  Annals  of Behavioral Medicine, 14(4), 307-309.

Miller, N. E. (1994).  Letter to the Editor. 

International Journal of Stress Management, 1(1), 129-130.

Miller, N. E. (1995).  Perspective on behavioral medicine and the brain’s hierarchy of homeostatic controls.  In T. Kikuchi, H. Sakuma, I. Saito, & K. Tsuboi (Eds.), Biobehavioral self-regulation: Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 229-245).  Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.

 

Miller et.al.

Miller, N. E., Bailey, C. J., & Stevenson, J. A. F. (1950).  Decreased “hunger” but increased food intake resulting from hypothalamic lesions.  Science, 112, 256-259.

Miller, N. E., & Banuazizi, A. (1968).  Instrumental learning by curarized rats of a specific visceral response, intestinal or cardiac.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 1-7.

Miller, N. E., & Barry, H., III. (1960).  Motivational effects of drugs: Methods which illustrate some general problems in psychopharmacology.  Psychopharmacologia, 1, 169-199.

Miller, N. E., & Brucker, B. S. (1979).  A learned visceral response apparently independent of skeletal ones in patients paralyzed by spinal lesions.  In N. Birbaumer & H. D. Kimmel (Eds.), Biofeedback and self-regulation (pp. 287-304). Hillside, New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Miller, N. E., & Carmona, A. (1967).  Modification of a visceral response, salivation in thirsty dogs, by instrumental training with water reward.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 1-6.

Miller, N. E., & Chien, C. -W. (1968).  Drinking elicited by injecting eserine into preoptic area of rat brain.  Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A,1, 61-63.

Miller, N. E., Coons, E. E., Lewis, M., & Jensen, D. D. (1961).  Electrode holders in chronic preparations.  B. A simple technique for use with the rat.  In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 51-54).  Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E., & DeBold, R. C. (1965).  Classically conditioned tongue-licking and operant bar pressing recorded simultaneously in the rat.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 109-111.

Miller, N. E., & DiCara, L. (1967).  Instrumental learning of heart-rate changes in curarized rats: Shaping, and specificity to discriminative stimulus.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 12-19.

Miller, N. E., & DiCara, L. V. (1968).  Instrumental learning of urine formation by rats; changes in renal blood flow.  American Journal of Physiology, 215, 677-683.

Miller, N. E., DiCara, L. V., Solomon, H., Weiss, J. M., & Dworkin, B.  (1970). Learned modifications of autonomic functions: A review and some

new data.   Circulation Research, Suppl 1, 26, 27, I-3 to I-11.

Miller, N. E., DiCara, L. V., & Wolf, G. (1968).  Homeostasis and reward: T-maze learning induced by manipulating diuretic hormone.  American Journal of Physiology, 215, 684-686.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1974).  Visceral learning: Recent difficulties with curarized rats and significant problems for human research.  In P. A. Obrist, A. H. Black, J. Brener, & L. V. DiCara (Eds.), Cardiovascular psychophysiology (pp. 312-331).  Chicago: Aldine.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1980).  Different ways in which learning is involved in homeostasis.  In R. F. Thompson, L. H., Hicks, & V. B. Shyvrkov (Eds.), Neural mechanisms and learning (pp. 57-73).  New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1982).  Potentialities of automation and of continuous recording and training in life.  In R. S. Surwit, R. B. Williams, Jr., A. Steptoe, & R. Biersner (Eds.), Behavioral treatment of disease (pp. 245-258).  NATO Conference Series, 3.  New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E., Gottesman, K. S., & Emergy, N. (1964).  Dose response to carbachol and norepinephrine in rat hypothalamus.  American Journal of

Physiology, 206, 1384-1388.

Miller, N. E., Hubert, G., & Hamilton, J. B. (1938).  Mental and behavioral changes following male hormone treatment of adult castration, hypogonadism, and psychic impotence. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 38, 538-540.

Miller, N. E., Jensen, D. D., & Myers, A. K. (1961).  Injury and excitation by electric current.  B. A comparison of the Lilly waveform and the sixty-cycle sine wave.  In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 64-66).  Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E., & Kessen, M. L. (1952).  Reward effects of food via stomach fistula compared with those of food via mouth.   Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 555-564.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1935).  Effect of caffeine on the running speed of hungry, satiated and frustrated rats.  Journal of Comparative Psychology., 20, 397-412.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1936).  Alcohol and removal of reward.  An analytical study of rodent maze behavior.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 21, 179-204.

Miller, N. E., Sampliner, R. I., & Woodrow, P. (1957).  Thirst-reducing effects of water by stomach fistula vs. water by mouth measured by both a consummatory and an instrumental response.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 50, 1-5.

Miller, N. E., & Stevenson, S. S. (1936).  Agitated behavior of rats during experimental extinction and a curve of spontaneous recover.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 21, 205-231.

Miller, N. E., & Weiss, J. M. (1969).  Effects of the somatic or visceral responses to punishment.  In B. A. Campbell & R. M. Church (Eds.), Punishment and aversive behavior (pp. 343-372).  New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

 

Further Contributions:

Adair, E. R., Miller, N. E., & Booth, D. A. (1968).  Effects of continuous intravenous infusion of nutritive substance on consummatory behavior in rats.  Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A, 2, 25-37.

Bailey, C. J., & Miller, N. E. (1952).  The effect of sodium amytal on an approach-avoidance conflict in cats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 205-208.

Barry, H., III, Etheredge, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Counterconditioning and extinction of fear fail to transfer from amobarbital to nondrug state.  Psychopharmacologia, 8, 150-156.

Barry, H., III, & Miller, N. E. (1962).  Effects of drugs on approach-avoidance conflict tested repeatedly by means of a “telescope alley.”  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 201-210.

Barry, H., III, & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Comparison of drug effects on approach, avoidance, and     escape motivation.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 18-24.

Barry, H., III, Miller, N. E., & Tidd, G. E. (1962).  Control stimulus change while testing effects of amobarbital on conflict.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 1071-1074.

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, 55, 464-468.

Barry, H., III, Wagner, S. A., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  Effects of several drugs on performance in an approach-avoidance conflict.  Psychological Reports, 12, 215-221.

Berkun, M. M., Kessen, M. L., & Miller, N. E. (1952).  Hunger-reducing effects of food by stomach fistula versus food by mouth measured by a consummatory response.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 550-554.

Berntson, G. G., Potolicchio, S. R., Jr., & Miller, N. E. (1973).  Evidence for higher functions of the cerebellum: Eating and grooming elicited by cerebellar stimulation in cats.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 70, 2497-2499.

Birbaumer, N., Flor, H., Cevey, B., Dworkin, B., & Miller, N. E. (1994).  Behavioral treatment of scoliosis and kyphosis.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 38(6), 623-628.

Blizard, D. A., Cowings, P., & Miller, N. E. (1975).  Visceral responses to opposite types of autogenic-training imagery.  Biological Psychology, 3, 49-55.

Booth, D. A., Coons, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Blood glucose responses to electrical   stimulation of the hypothalamic feeding area.  Physiology and Behavior, 4, 991-1001.

Booth, D. A., Coons, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Lateral hypothalamus mediated effects of a food signal on blood glucose concentration.  Physiology and Behavior, 4, 1003-1009.

Bower, G. B., & Miller, N. E. (1958).  Rewarding and punishing effects from stimulating the same place in the rat’s brain.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 669-674.

Bugelski, R., & Miller, N. E. (1938).  A spatial gradient in the strength of avoidance responses. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 23, 494-505.

Carmona, A., Miller, N., & Demierre, T. (1972).  A technique for the continuous recording of gastric vascular tonicity.  Physiology and Behavior, 8, 1165-1168.

Carmona, A., Miller, N. E., & Demierre, T. (1974).  Instrumental learning of gastric vascular tonicity responses.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 36, 156-163.

Coile, D. C., & Miller, N. E. (1984).  How radical animal activists try to mislead humane people.  American Psychologist, 38, 700-701.

Coons, E. E., Levak, M., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Lateral hypothalamus: Learning of food-seeking response motivated by electrical stimulation.  Science, 150, 1320-1321.

Cowings, P. S., Stout, C., Toscano, W. B., Reynoso, S., DeRoshia, C., & Miller, N. E. (1996).  The effects of promethazine on human performance, mood states, and motion sickness tolerance.  NASA Technical Memorandum 110420, November, (pp. 1-22).  Moffett Field, California: Ames Research Center.

Davis. J. D., Lulenski, G. C., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Comparative studies of barbiturate self-administration.  International Journal of the Addictions, 3, 207-214.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  Fear and pain: Their effect on self-injection of amobarbitol sodium by rats.  Science, 141, 1286-1287.DeBold, R. C., Miller, N. E., & Jensen, D. D. (1965).  Effect of strength of drive determined by a new technique for appetitive classical conditioning of rats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 102-108.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1966).  A technique for mixing the blood of unanesthetized rats.  Journal of Applied Physiology, 21, 1873-1874.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1966).  A versatile and reliable printing counter.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 9, 545-546.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Instrumental learning of peripheral vasomotor responses by rat.  Communications in Behavioral Biology, 1, 209-212.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Instrumental learning of systolic blood pressure responses by curarized rats: Dissociation of cardiac and vascular changes.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 30, 489-494.

Dicara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Instrumental learning of vasomotor responses by rats: Learning to respond differentially in the two ears.  Science, 159, 1485-1486.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Long term retention of instrumentally learned heart-rate changes in the curarized rat.  Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A, 2, 19-23.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Changes in heart rate instrumentally learned by curarized rats as avoidance responses.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 8-12.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Heart-rate learning in the noncurarized state, transfer to the curarized state, and subsequent retraining in the noncurarized state.  Physiology and Behavior, 4, 621-624.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Transfer of instrumentally learned heart-rate changes from curarized and noncurarized state: Implications for a mediational hypothesis.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 68, 159-162.

Dworkin, B. R., Filewich, R. J., daCosta, J., Eissenberg, E., & Miller, N. E. (1980).  A chronic arterial catheter and low compliance system for recording blood pressure and heart rate from the rat.  American Journal of Physiology, 239, H137-H141.

Dworkin, B. R., Filewich, R. J., Miller, N. E., Craigmyle, N., & Pickering, T. G. (1979).  Baroreceptor activation reduces reactivity to noxious

stimulation: Implications for hypertension.  Science, 205, 1299-1301.

Dworkin, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1977).  Visceral learning in the curarized rat.  In G. E. Schwartz & J. Beatty (Eds.), Biofeedback: Theory and research (pp. 221-242).  New York: Academic Press.

Dworkin, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1986).  Failure to replicate visceral learning in the acute curarized rat preparation.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 100, 299-314.

Dworkin, B. R., Miller, N. E., & Brines, M. L. (1979).  Visceral learning and homeostasis.  In Proceedings of the 1979 Joint Automatic Control Conference (pp. 579-582).  New York: American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Dworkin, B., Miller, N. E., Dworkin, S., Birbaumer, N., Brines, M. L., Jonas, S., Schwentker, E. P., & Graham, J. J. (1985).  Behavioral method for the treatment of idiopathic scoliosis.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 82, 2493-2497.

Feirstein, A. R., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  Learning to resist pain and fear: Effects of electric shock before versus after reaching goal.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 797-800.

Fowler, H., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  Facilitation and inhibition of runway performance by hind- and forepaw shock of various intensities.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 801-805.

Glazer, H. I., Weiss, J. M., Pohorecky, L. A., & Miller, N. E. (1975).  Monoamines as mediators of avoidance-escape behavior.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 37, 535-543.

Grossman, S. P., & Miller, N. E. (1961).  Control for stimulus-change in the evaluation of alcohol and chlorpromazine as fear-reducing drugs.  Psychopharmacologia, 2, 342-351.

Holmes, J. E., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  Effects of bacterial endotoxin on water intake, food intake, and body temperature in the albino rat.  Journal of Experimental Medicine, 118, 649-658.

Keller, S. E., Weiss, J. M., Schleifer, S. J., Miller, N. E., & Stein, M.  (1981).  Suppression of immunity by stress: Effect of a graded series of stressors on lymphocyte stimulation in the rat.  Science, 213, 1397-1400.

Keller, S. E., Weiss, J. M., Schleifer, S. J., Miller, N. E., & Stein, M. (1983).  Stress-induced suppression of immunity in adrenalectomized rats.  Science, 221, 1301-1304.

Krantz, D. S., Glass, D. C., Contrada, R., & Miller, N. E. (1981).  Behavior and health: Mechanisms and research issues.  Social Science Research Council Items, 35, 1-6.

Krieckhaus, E. E., Miller, N. E., & Zimmerman, P. (1965).  Reduction of freezing behavior and improvement of shock avoidance by d-amphetamine.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 60, 36-40.

Landis, B., Jovanovic, L., Landis, E., Peterson, C. M., Groshen, S., Johnson, K., & Miller, N. E. (1985).  Effect of stress reduction on daily glucose range in previously stabilized insulin-dependent diabetic patients.  Diabetes Care, 8, 624-626.

Leibowitz, S. F., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Unexpected adrenergic effect with chlorpromazine: Eating elicited by injection into rat hypothalamus.  Science, 165, 609-611.

Lynch, W. C., Hama, H., Kohn, S., & Miller, N. E. (1976).  Instrumental control of peripheral vasomotor responses in children.  Psychophysiology, 13, 219-221.

Macphail, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Cholinergic brain stimulation in cats: Failure to obtain sleep.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 499-503.

Matarazzo, J. D., Weiss, S. M., Herd, J.A., Miller, N. E. & Weiss, S. M. (Eds.). (1984).  Behavioral health: A handbook of health enhancement and disease prevention.  New York: Wiley Interscience.

Murray, E. J., Wells, H., Kohn, M., & Miller, N. E. (1953).  Sodium sucaryl: A substance which tastes sweet to human subjects but is avoided by rats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 46, 134-137.

Novin, D., & Miller, N. E. (1962).  Failure to condition thirst induced by feeding dry food to hungry rats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 373-374.

Paolino, R. M., Quartermain, D., & Miller, N. E. (1966).  Different temporal gradients of retrograde amnesia produced by carbon dioxide anesthesia and electroconvulsive shock.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 62, 270-274.

Pappas, B. S., DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1970).  Learning of blood pressure responses in the noncurarized rat: Transfer to the curarized state.  Physiology and Behavior, 5, 1029-1032.

Pappas, B. S., DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1972).  Acute sympathectomy by 6-hydroxydopamine in the adult rat: Effects on cardiovascular conditioning and fear retention.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 79, 230-236.

Pickering, T. G., Brucker, B., Frankel, H. L., Mathias, C. J., Dworking, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1977).  Mechanisms of learned voluntary control of blood pressure in patients with generalized bodily paralysis.  In J. Beatty & H. Legewie (Eds.), Biofeedback and behavior (pp. 225-234).  New York: Plenum Press.

Pickering, T. G., & Miller, N. E. (1977).  Learned voluntary control of heart rate and rhythm in two subjects with premature ventricular contractions.  British Heart Journal, 39, 152-159.

Quartermain, D., Kissileff, H., Shapiro, R., & Miller, N. E. (1971).  Suppression of food intake with intragastric loading: Relation to natural feeding cycle.  Science, 173, 941-943.

Quartermain, D., & Miller, N. E. (1966).  Sensory feedback in time response of drinking elicited by carbachol in preoptic area of rat.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 62, 350-353.

Quartermain, D., Miller, N. E., & Wolf, G. (1967).  Role of experience in relationship between sodium deficiency and rate of bar pressing for salt.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 417-420.

Quartermain, D., Paolino, R. M., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  A brief temporal gradient of retrograde amnesia independent of situational change.  Science, 149, 1116-1118.

Slangen, J. L., & Miller, N. E. (1969).  Pharmacological tests for the function of hypothalamic norepinephrine in eating behavior.  Physiology and Behavior, 4, 543-552.

Steinbaum, E. A., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Obesity from eating elicited by daily stimulation of hypothalamus.  American Journal of Physiology, 208, 1-5.

Stone, G. C., Weiss, S. M., Matarazzo, J. D., Miller, N. E., Rodin, J., Belar, C. D., Follick, M. J., & Singer, J. E. (Eds.) (1987).  Health psychology in the twenty-first century.  In Health psychology: A discipline and a profession (pp. 513-524).  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Stricker, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Thirst measured by licking reinforced on interval schedules: Effects of prewatering and of bacterial endotoxin.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 112-115.

Stricker, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1968).  Saline preference and body fluid analyses in rats after intrahypothalamic injections of carbachol.  Physiology and Behavior, 3, 471-475.

Taub, E., Crago, J. E., Burgio, L. D., Groomes, T., Cook, E. W., II, DeLuca, S. C., & Miller, N. E. (1994).  An operant approach to rehabilitation medicine: Overcoming learned nonuse by shaping.  Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61(2), 281-293.

Taub, E., Miller, N. E., Novack, T. A., Cook, E. W., III, Fleming, W. C., Nepomuceno, C. S., Connell, J. S., & Crago, J. E. (1993).  Technique to improve chronic motor deficit after stroke.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 74, 347-354.

Tenen, S. S., & Miller, N. E. (1964).  Strength of electrical stimulation of lateral hypothalamus, food deprivation, and tolerance for quinine in food.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 58, 55-62.

Vertes, R. P., & Miller, N. E. (1976).  Brain stem neurons that fire selectively to a conditioned stimulus for shock.  Brain Research, 103, 229-242.

Weiss, J. M., Glazer, H. L., Pohorecky, L. A., Brick, J., & Miller, N. E. (1975).  Effects of chronic exposure to stressors on avoidance-escape behavior and on brain norepinephrine.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 37, 522-534.

Winson, J., & Miller, N. E. (1970).  Comparison of drinking elicited by eserine or DFP injected into preoptic area of rat brain.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 73, 233-237.

Wolf, G., Dahl, L. K., & Miller, N. E. (1965).  Voluntary sodium chloride intake of two strains of rats with opposite genetic susceptibility to experimental hypertension.  Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 120, 301-305.

Wolf, G., & Miller, N. E. (1964).  Lateral hypothalamic lesions: Effects on drinking elicited by carbachol in preoptic area and posterior hypothalamus.  Science, 143, 585-586.

Zimbardo, P. G., & Miller, N. E. (1958).  Facilitation of exploration by hunger in rats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 43-46.

Zipes, D. P., Levy, M. N., Cobb, L. A., Julius, S., Kaufman, P. G., Miller, N. E., & Verrier, R. L. (1987).  Task force 2: Sudden cardiac death. Neural-cardiac interactions.  Circulation, 76, (Suppl. I), 202-207.

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