Neal Miller

100 Year Anniversary

Learning & Motivation Bibliograpghy

Miller:

Miller, N. E. (1941).  An experimental investigation of acquired drives.  Psychological Bulletin, 38, 534-535.  [abstract of paper presented at the annual meeting of the APA]

Miller, N. E. (1944).  Experimental studies of conflict behavior.  In J. McV. Hunt (Ed.), Personality and behavior disorders (pp. 431-465), New York: Ronald Press.

Staff, Psychological Research Project (Pilot) [Miller, N. E. (Ed.)]. (1946).  Psychological research on pilot training in the AAF. American Psychologist, 1, 7-16.

Miller, N. E. (1948).  Studies of fear as an acquirable drive: I. Fear as motivation and fear- reduction as reinforcement in the learning of new responses. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38, 89-101.

Miller, N. E. (1949).  Review: Theories of learning (E. R. Hilgard).  Psychological Bulletin, 46, 529-532.

Miller, N. E. (1950).  Social science and the art of advertising. Journal of Marketing, 14, 580-584.

Miller, N. E. (1950).   Outline on training and habituation of rats for laboratory work.  In R. W. Gerard (Ed.). Methods in medical research, (Vol. 3, pp. 216-218). Chicago: Yearbook Publishers.

Miller, N. E. (1951).  Comments on multiple-process conceptions of learning. Psychological Review, 58, 375-381.

Miller, N. E. (1951).  Learnable drives and rewards.  In S. S. Stevens (Ed.). Handbook of experimental psychology (pp. 435-472).  New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Miller, N. E. (1953).  The role of motivation in learning.  In Symposium on psychology learning basic to military training problems (pp. 103-116). Committee on Human Resources, Research and Development Board, Department of Defense. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Miller, N. E. (1954).  Drive, drive-reduction and reward.  In Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Psychology (pp. 151-152), June 1954, Montreal. [Special issue of Acta Psychologica].

Miller, N. E. (1954).  Fear.  In R. H. Williams (Ed.). Human factors in military operations (pp. 269-281). Chevy Chase, MD: John Hopkins University Operations Research Office.

Miller, N. E. (1957).  Experiments on motivation; studies combining psychological, physiological, and pharmacological techniques.  Science, 126, 1271-

1278.

Miller, N. E. (1958).  Central stimulation and other new approaches to motivation and reward.  American Psychologist, 13, 100-108.

Miller, N. E. (1958).  Principles of learning by televised instructions.  In College teaching by television (pp. 28-42).  Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education.

Miller, N. E. (1959).  Liberalization of basic S-R concepts: Extensions to conflict behavior,   motivation and social learning.  In S. Koch (Ed.), Psychology: A study of a science, Study 1, Vol. 2 (pp. 196-292).  New York: McGraw-Hill.

Miller, N. E. (1960).  Learning resistance to pain and fear: Effects of overlearning, exposure and rewarded exposure in context.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 60, 137-145.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Analytical studies of drive and reward.  [Note: Address as President to the Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York City, September 3, 1961.]  American Psychologist, 16, 739-754.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Some experiments on the mechanisms of motivation [in Russian].  Voprosy Psikhologii,4,June-July, 143-156.

Miller, N. E. (1961).  Implications for theories of reinforcement.  In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 575-581).  Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E. (1963).  Comments on “Approach-avoidance conflict in the mother-surrogate situation.”  Psychological Reports, 12, 773-774.

Miller, N. E. (1964).  Physiological and cultural determinants of behavior.  [Note: this article is the result of an assignment to represent behavioral sciences, from physiology through anthropology, in a lecture on the program celebrating the Centennial of the National Academy of Sciences.]  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 51, 941-954.

Miller, N. E. (1964).  Some psychophysiological studies of motivation and of the behavioural effects of illness.  Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 17, 1-20.

Miller, N. E. (1966).  The nature of appetite.  In S. M. Farber, N. L. Wilson, & R. H. L. Wilson (Eds.), Food and civilization (pp. 200-223).  Springfield, Illinois: Charles Thomas.

Miller, N. E. (1968).  Experiments relevant to learning theory and psychopathology [in Russian].  Journal of Higher Nervous Activity I. P. Pavlov, 18, 249-265.

Miller, N. E. (1969).  Experiments relevant to learning theory and psychopathology.  In Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Congress of

Psychology, Moscow, 1966, 146-168.  IUSP: Moscow.

Miller, N. E. (1971).  Extending the domain of learning.  In M. E. Meyer & F. H. Hite (Eds.), The application of learning principles to classroom instruction (pp. 46-62).  Bellingham, Washington: Western Washing State College.

Miller, N. E. (1973).  General comments on problems of motivation relevant to smoking.  In W. L. Dunn, Jr., (Ed.), Smoking behavior (pp. 209-214).  Washington, D.C.: Scripta Technica.

Miller, N. E. (1975).  Some clinical implications of visceral learning.  In M. L. Kietzman, S. Sutton, & J. Zubin (Eds.), Experimental approaches to psychopathology (pp. 245-253).  New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1976).  Learning, stress, and psychosomatic symptoms [Note: Memorial paper in honor of Jerzy Konorski].  Acta Neurobiologica Experimentalis, 36, 141-156.

Miller, N. E. (1976).  The role of learning in physiological response to stress.  In G. Serban (Ed.), Psychopathology of human adaptation (pp. 25-46).  New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E. (1977).  Foreword.  In J. Olds (Ed.), Drives and reinforcements: Behavioral studies of hypothalamic functions (pp. v-vi).  New York: Raven Press.

Miller, N. E. (1979).  Psychosomatic effects in learning.  In E. Meyer, III, & J. V. Brady (Eds.), Research in the psychobiology of human behavior (pp. 33-58).  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1982).  Motivation and psychological stress.  In D. W. Pfaff (Ed.), The physiological mechanisms of motivation (pp. 409-432).  New York: Springer Verlag.

Miller, N. E. (1987).  Education for a lifetime of learning.  In G. C. Stone, S. M. Weiss, J. D. Matarazzo, N. E. Miller, J. Rodin, C. D. Belar, M. J. Follick, & J. E. Singer (Eds.), Health psychology: A discipline and a profession (pp. 3-13).  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Miller, N. E. (1994).  A bridge across a chasm: Learning and physiological regulation.  [Review of a book by Barry R. Dworkin, "Learning and Physiological Regulation."]  Contemporary Psychology, 39(11), 1027-1029.

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Miller, N. E. (1935).  The influence of past experience upon the transfer of subsequent training.  Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.  [as referenced in:  Miller, N. E. (1944).  Experimental studies of conflict behavior.  In J. McV. Hunt (Ed.), Personality and behavior disorders (pp. 431-465), New York: Ronald Press.]

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Miller, N. E. & Brown, J. (1939).  A note on a temporal gradient of reinforcement.

Journal of Experimental Psychology, 25, 221-227.

Miller, N. E., & Bugelski, R. (1948).  Minor studies of aggression: II. The influence of frustrations imposed by the in-group on attitudes expressed toward out-groups. Journal of Psychology, 25, 437-442.

Miller, N. E., & Dollard, J. (1941).  Social Learning and Imitation.  New Haven: Yale University Press.

Miller, N. E., & Kraeling, D. (1952).  Displacement: Greater generalization of approach than avoidance in a generalized approach-avoidance conflict. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 217-221.

Miller, N. E., & Murray, E. J. (1952).  Displacement: Steeper gradient of generalization of avoidance than of approach with age of habit controlled. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 222-226.

Miller, N. E., & Murray, E. J. (1952).  Displacement and conflict: Learnable drive as a basis for the steeper gradient of avoidance than of approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 227-231.

Miller, N. E., & Senf, G. (1966).  Evidence for positive induction in instrumental discrimination learning.  In A. A. Hairapetian (Ed.), The central and peripheral mechanism of nervous activity (pp. 315-322). Erevan: The Armenian Academy of Sciences.

Further Contributions:

Bower, G. H., Miller, N. E. (1960).  Effects of amount of reward on strength of approach in an approach-avoidance conflict.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 59-62.

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

Delgado, J. M. R., Roberts, W. W., & Miller, N. E. (1954).  Learning motivated by electrical stimulation of the brain. [Note: First reported in 1953 as part of Miller's Presidential Address to Division 3 of the American Psychological Association.]  American Journal of Physiology, 179, 587-593.

Dollard, J. & Miller, N. E. (1950).  Personality and Psychotherapy: An analysis in terms of learning, thinking and culture.  New York: McGraw-Hill.

Dollard, J., Miller, N. E., Doob, L. W., Mowrer, O. H., & Sears, R. R. (1939).  Frustration and Aggression.  New Haven: Yale University Press.

Egger, M. D., & Miller, N. E. (1962).  Secondary reinforcement in rats as a function of information value and reliability of the stimulus.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 97-104.

Egger, M. D., & Miller, N. E. (1963).  When is a reward reinforcing?: An experimental study of the information hypothesis.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 132-137.

Kaufman, E. L., & Miller, N. E. (1949).  Effect of number of reinforcements on strength of approach in an approach-avoidance conflict.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 42, 65-74.

Lawrence, D. H., & Miller, N. E. (1947).  A positive relationship between reinforcement and resistance to extinction produced by removing a source of confusion from a technique that had produced opposite results.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 37, 494-509.

Linton, H. B., & Miller, N. E. (1951).  The effect of partial reinforcement on behavior during satiation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 44, 142-148.

Mowrer, O. H., & Miller, N. E. (1942).  A multi-purpose learning-demonstration apparatus. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 31, 163-170.

Myers, A. K., & Miller, N. E. (1954).  Failure to find a learned drive based on hunger; evidence for learning motivated by “exploration.” Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 47, 428-436.

Porter, L. W., & Miller, N. E. (1957).  Training under two drives, alternately present, vs. training under a single drive.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54, 1-7.

Sears, R. R., Hovland, C. I., & Miller, N. E. (1940).  Minor studies of aggression: I. Measurement of aggressive behavior.  Journal of Psychology, 9, 275-295.

Senf, G., & Miller, N. W. (1967).  Evidence for positive induction in discrimination learning.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 64, 121-127.

Trapold, M. A., Miller, N. E., & Coons, E. E. (1960).  All-or-none versus progressive approach in an approach-avoidance conflict.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 293-296.

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