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  1. Psychophysiological Window on Personality: Pragmatic and Philosophical Considerations (2008)
  2. More on fMRI: The GSR as Another way to Look at the Human Brain in Action (2007)
  3. P300-based Detection of Concealed Autobiographical Versus Incidentally Acquired Information in Target and Non-Target Paradigms (2006)
  4. Effects of Psychological and Physiological Challenges on Heart Rate, T-wave Amplitude, and Pulse-Transit Time (1996)
  5. PRES- And Orthostatic-Induced Heart-Rate Changes As Markers Of Labile Hypertension: Magnitude and Reliability Measures(1996)
  6. Relations Among Memory Performance, Mental Workload and Cardiovascular Responses (1996)
  7. A 1993 chapter advocating a realist approach to psychophysiology that stresses the importance of attempting to differentiate among psychological functions
  8. User-hostile systems and patterns of psychophysiological activity (1993)
    See: www.psych.utoronto.ca/users/muter/Abs1993.htm for the full text of this paper.
  9. Review of W. Boucsein's Electrodermal Activity, in Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 28, 416-17. (1993)
  10. A Low-Tech Approach to cardiac reactivity: Psychophysiological Differentiation Using Heart Rate, T-Wave Amplitude, and Skin Conductance Level (1993)
  11. Settling The Stimulus-Substitution Issue Is A Prerequisite For Sound Nonteleological Neural Analysis Of Heart-Rate Deceleration Conditioning 1993)
  12. Reflections on Human Pavlovian Decelerative Heart-rate Conditioning with Negative Tilt as US: Alternative Approaches (1992)
  13. On Approaches to Explaining Cardiovascular Reactivity: Toward Explanations that Explain (1989)
  14. The Law of Initial Values: Differentiated Testing as an Empirical Generalization versus Enshrinement as a Methodological Rule (1989)
  15. Human Pavlovian HR decelerative conditioning with negative tilt as US: a review of some S-R, stimulus-substitution evidence (1989)
  16. Human Pavlovian HR-Decelerative Conditioning With Negative Tilt As US: Evidence Of Vagal And Sympathetic Influences On The UR In Dogs (1988)
  17. Human Pavlovian Autonomic Conditioning and the Cognitive Paradigm (1987)
  18. An Experimental Psychophysiological Approach to Human Bradycardic Reflexes (1985)
  19. The Relative Sensitivities Of Heart Rate And T-Wave Amplitude To Stress: Comments On, And Some Alternative Interpretations Of, Penzien et al.'s Results(1984)
  20. On the Utility of T-Wave Amplitude: A Reply to Schwartz and Weiss (1983)
  21. Individual Differences in Imagery Ability and Pavlovian Heart Rate Decelerative Conditioning (1983)
  22. Operational, Analogical And Genuine Definitions Of Psychophysiology (1983)
  23. Cognition Is Bodily: But Cognition Is What? (1980)
  24. Carotid dP/dt as a Psychophysiological Index of Sympathetic Myocardial Effects: Some Considerations (1980)
  25. A Pavlovian Psychophysiological Perspective on the OR: The Facts of the Matter (1979)
  26. Short-Interval Classical SCR Conditioning and the Stimulus-Sequence-Change-Elicited OR: The Case of the Empirical Red Herring (1977)
  27. Logical Problems With Prokasy's Assessment of Contingency Relations in Classical Skin Conductance Conditioning (1975)
  28. Contingency Theory and Classical Autonomic Excitatory and Inhibitory Conditioning: Some Problems of Assessment and Interpretation (1975)
  29. Orienting-Reaction Theory And An Increase In The Human GSR Following Stimulus Change Which Is Unpredictable But Not Contrary To Prediction (1971)
  30. Test Of The Preparatory Adaptive Response Interpretation Of Aversive Classical Autonomic Conditioning (1970)
  31. Some Uses and Abuses of Electrodermal Measures (1969)
  32. Human Orienting Reaction As A Function Of Electrodermal Versus Plethysmographic Response Modes And Single Versus Alternating Stimulus Series (1968)

 

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