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Robert Numan is a Physiological Psychologist. He received his doctorate from the University of Tennessee in 1972, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology in Massachusetts. He has been at Santa Clara University since 1976, and is currently a professor of psychology. He was Chair of Psychology from 1991-1996.
Ph.D., University of Tenessee
PSYC 1: General Psychology I
Numan, R., Ouimette, A.S., Holloway, K.A., & Curry, C.E. (2004). Effects of medial septal lesions on action-outcome associations in rats under conditions of delayed reinforcement. Behavioral Neuroscience, 118, 1240-1252.
Numan, R. (2000). In: Numan, R. (ed.), The Behavioral Neuroscience of the Septal Region. Springer-Verlag, New York.
Numan, R. Feloney, M.P., Pham, K.H., & Tieber, L.M. (1995). Effects of medial septal lesions on an operant go/no-go delayed response alternation task in rats. Physiology and Behavior, 58, 1263-1271.
Numan, R., & Klis, D. (1992). Effects of medial septal lesions on an operant delayed go/no-go discrimination in rats. Brain Research Bulletin, 29, 643-650.
Numan, R. (1991). Medial septal lesions impair performance on a preoperatively acquired delayed alternation task. Brain Research Bulletin, 26, 449-453.
Numan, R., & Quaranta, Jr., J.R. (1990). Effects of medial septal lesions on operant delayed alternation in rats. Brain Research, 531, 232-241.
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