Journal Articles Co-authored with Students and Recent Alumni
* denotes Middlebury student co-author
Mark D. Spritzer, Elliott C. Fox*, Gregory D. Larsen*, Christopher G. Batson*, Benjamin A. Wagner*, and Jack Maher*. 2013. Testosterone influences spatial strategy preferences among adult male rats. Hormones and Behavior. 63: 800-812.
Giammattei, J.*, & Arndt, J. (2012). Hemispheric asymmetries in the activation and monitoring of memory errors. Brain and Cognition, 80, 7-14.
Spritzer, M.D., E. Ibler*, W. Inglis*, and M.G. Curtis*. In press. Testosterone and social isolation influence adult neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus of male rats. Neuroscience (2011)
Spritzer, M.D., E.D. Daviau*, M.K. Coneeny*, S.M. Engelman*, W.T. Prince*, K.N. Rodriguez-Wisdom*. 2011. Effects of testosterone on spatial learning and memory in adult male rats. Hormones and Behavior, 59: 484-496.
Guillet, R.* & Arndt, J. (2009). Taboo words: The effect of emotion on memory for peripheral information. Memory & Cognition, 37, 866-879.
Kimble, M.O., Frueh, B.C., Marks, L*. (2009). Does the modified Stroop effect exist in PTSD? Evidence for the file drawer effect from dissertation abstracts and the peer reviewed literature.. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 650-655
Arndt, J., Lee, K.*, & Flora, D.B. (2008) Recognition Without Identification for Words, Pseudowords and Nonwords. Journal of Memory and Language, 59, 346-360.
Arndt, J., & Gould, C.* (2006). An examination of two-process theories of false recognition. Memory, 14, 814-833.
Collaer, M. L. & *Hill, E. M. (2006). Large sex difference in adolescents on a timed line judgment task: Attentional contributors and task relationship to mathematics. Perception, 35, 561-572.
Collaer, M.L., *Tory, H.O. & *Valkenburgh, M.C. (2004).
Do sex steroid hormones contribute to sexual differentiation of the human brain? In M.J. Legato (Ed.) Principles of Gender Specific Medicine (pp. 71-83). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.
Helmreich, D.L., *Crouch, M., *Dorr, N.P. and Parfitt, D.B. Peripheral triiodothyronine (T3) levels during escapable and inescapable footshock. Submitted to Psychoneuroendocrinology 6/2004