Vitae

Someday I’ll update this… someday….

James B. Nelson, Ph.D.
Curriculum Vitae

Business Address
Universidad del Pais Vasco
Facultad de Psicológica (procesos básicos y su desarrollo)
Avenida de Tolosa, 70
San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa, 20018

Email Addresses: jamesbyron.nelson@ehu.es

Educational Background

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05406. Psychology, 1997
Thesis: The Context Specificity of Second Learned Information.

Master of Arts, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05406. Psychology, 1994

Bachelor of Science, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 72035. Psychology, 1991

Honors and Awards

Teaching Excellence Award Nomination, University of Central Arkansas, 1999

Graduate Teaching Fellow of the Year in Psychology, University of Vermont, 1994

UVM Graduate Teaching Fellow of the Year Nomination, University of Vermont, 1994

1st ranking among Ramon y Cajal program applicants in Psychology, 2005.

Teaching

(CofC indicates College of Charleston, UCA indicates University of Central Arkansas, UVM indicates University of Vermont, UPV University of the Basque Country)
Courses Taught
Comparative Cognition (UPV)
The Psychology of Learning (CofC, UCA)
Conditioning and Learning Laboratory (CofC)
Statistics (UCA)
Research Methods (UCA, CofC)
Research Methods Laboratory (UCA, UVM)
Sensation and Perception (UCA)
General/Introductory Psychology (UCA,UVM)
Independent Readings in Psychology (UCA, CofC)
Independent Research in Psychology (UCA)
Honors College: Oxford Tutorial (UCA)

Post-Doctoral Supervision

(2002-2005) Maria del Carmen Sanjuan (University of the Basque Country, Pais Vasco, SPAIN), A role for context in perceptual learning phenomena. Project conducted at the College of Charleston and the University of Central Arkansas

(2005 Feb – June) José Enrique Callejas (University of Jaen, SPAIN) The necessity of interference for contextual control. Project conducted at the College of Charleston

Pre-Doctoral (Graduate) supervision

(2009, April-June) Samual P. Leon (Univeristy of Jaen, Spain). Mechanisms of renewal in human participants. Project conducted at the University of the Basque Country.

Professional Experience

Personal Doctor Investigador (permanente) University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, SPAIN, October 22, 2012- actual

Duties: Design, conduct, analyze and report original research.  Graduate and Undergraduate research supervision.

Investigador Doctor Contratado, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, SPAIN, July 28, 2011- October 22, 2012

Duties: Design, conduct, analyze and report original research.  Graduate and Undergraduate research supervision.

 Ramon y Cajal Fellow, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, SPAIN, June 2006 – 2011

Duties: Design, conduct, analyze and report original research.  Graduate and Undergraduate research supervision.  Teaching specialized classes and grant writing.

Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
August 2004 – 2006

Duties: Design, conduct, analysis and report of research, teaching undergraduate courses, supervising Independent Readings and Independent Research projects, grant writing, college and department committee service.

Assistant Professor, Psychology and Counseling Department, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR, August 1997 – 2004.

Duties: Design, conduct, analysis and report of research, teaching undergraduate courses, supervising Independent Readings and Independent Research projects, grant writing, extensive college and departmental committee service, undergraduate and graduate advising. Member of the University of Central Arkansas Graduate Faculty.

Research Assistant, National Science Foundation Grant awarded to Mark E. Bouton,
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, August 1996 – June 1997, May 1994 – August 1995, May 1993 – August 1993 , August 1991 – August 1992

Duties: Designing, conducting, and reporting research

Laboratory Coordinator, Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, August
1995 – May 1997, August 1993 – May 1994.

Duties: Coordinating the laboratory activities for Research Methods and Statistics across Psychology Laboratory sections, development of assessment devices and exercises.

Instructor, Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, Summer Sessions 1994, 1996, Spring 1997.

Duties: Teaching Introduction to Psychology

Service

Professional Service

Guest Editor
Learning & Behavior (Section: Perceptions of Perceptual Learning) – May, 2009

Consulting Editor
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes- Oct 2004 to 2012
International Journal of Comparative Psychology (associate editor)- Nov 2013-present
Learning & Behavior – Feb 2012 to present

Evaluator
National Institutes of Mental Health B-Start program – January, 2005 – present
Catholic University of Leuven, Faculty Research Advancement Committee – 1998

Journal Reviewer
(Animal) Learning & Behavior – Jan 1999 to present
Biological Psychiatry – Aug 2003 to present
International Journal of Comparative Cognition – Jan 2001 to present
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes – Jan 1997 to 2004
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior – Jan 2001 to present
Learning and Motivation – Jan 1997 to present
Learning and Memory – June 2008 to present
Neural Computation – June 2006 to present
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology – Jan 1998 to present
The Open Addiction Journal – Dec 2009 to present

Session Chair
Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, 2005
Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, 2006
Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, 2007

Program Committees
Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology: Vice President- 2013
Eastern Psychological Association Program Committee: Chairperson (March 2006- 2008)
Eastern Psychological Association: Program Committee member: (March 2005- 2008)
Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology: Scientific Committee Member – 2001
Southwest Educational Research Association (reviewer) – Sep 2002 to Nov 2002

College of Charleston

College Service
Faculty Welfare Committee – March 2005-May 2006
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee – March 2005 – May 2006

Department service
Advising Committee- Oct 2004 to May 2006
Faculty Development and Evaluation – May 2005 to May 2006
Facilities and Technology – May 2005, to May 2006

General Community
Science Fair Judge, Lowcountry regional science and engineering fair- March 2005

University of Central Arkansas Service

University Service
University Research Council – Oct 2002 to Oct 2003
Health and Wellness Promotion Committee – Aug 1998 to 2003
Academic Computing Advisory Committee – Aug 1998 to Jan 2001

College Service
Chairperson, College Research Council – Oct 2002 to Oct 2003
Member, College Research Council – Jan 1999 to 2004
Member, Professional Educational Technology committee – Aug 1998 to Jan 1999

Department Service
Chairperson, Human Subjects Review Board – Aug 1997 to Jan 2000
Member, Human Subjects Review Board – Jan 2000 to May 2001
Member, Faculty Search Committee – Aug 1998 to Jan 1999
Member, Community Counseling Graduate Program Committee – Aug 1997 to August 2003
Member, Undergraduate Advising Committee – Aug 1997 to 2004
Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee – Aug 1997 to 2004
Member, Honors in Psychology Committee – Aug 1997 to 2004

General Community
Judge, Behavioral and Social Science Category at the State Science Fair – Jan 1999 to 2004
Judge, Behavioral and Social Science Category at the Conway High School Science Fair – Jan 2002 to 2004

Professional Memberships

International Memberships
Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology 1999-present
Scientific Committee Member – 2001
Vice president- 2012

Regional Memberships
Member: Eastern Psychological Association – Apr 1997 to present
Board Member (non-voting) and Program Committee Chair: Eastern Psychological Association – 2007 – 2008

Publications

Unless otherwise noted, “IF xxx,yyy”  reflects SCI or SSCI impact factors for the year of publication and 5-year impact factors, respectively.  When not available, the last available year has been used.  Q refers to the Journals quartile ranking in the specified area.

Glautier, S., Elgueta. T., & Nelson, J.B. (2013). Extinction produces context inhibition and multiple context extinction reduces response recovery in human predictive learning.  Learning & Behavior, In press

Nelson, J.B., Lamoureux, J.A., & Leon, S (2013) Extinction arouses attention to the context in a behavioral suppression task with humans.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 39(1) 99-105. DOI 10.1037/a0030759

Nelson, J.B. (2013)  Mechanisms of extinction in emotional regulation.  In. Rime, B., Mesquitea, B., & Hermans, D (Eds) Changing Emotions. (pp 60-66)  Sussex, United Kingdom: Psychology Press, Taylor Francis Group.

Rosas, J. M., Gámez, A. M., León, S. P. y Nelson, J. B. (in press). De ratas y personas: análisis comparado de su comportamiento en situaciones básicas de aprendizaje y memoria. En  M. Rodriguez-Valverde y M. M. Ramos-Álvarez (Eds). (in press) Perspectivas actuales en aprendizaje humano. Jaén: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Jaén

 Nelson, J.B., Gregory, P., & Sanjuan, M.C., (2012).  The extinction context enables extinction performance after a change in context. Behavioural Processes, 90, 372-377.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.beproc.2012.04.001  [IF 1.65,1.60, 35/146 Q1 zoology]

Nelson, J. B. (2012). Effects of physical context change and perceptual learning on generalization. In N.M. Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. (p. 372) New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

Nelson, J.B., Sanjuan, M.C., Vadillo-Ruiz, S., Perez, J., & Leon, S. P. (2011). Experimental renewal in humans.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 37(1), 58-70. DOI 10.1037/a0020519 [IF: 2.05, 2.15,  Zoology: 24/146 –Q1].

 Nelson, J.B., Lombas, S., & Leon, S. P. (2011).  Concurrent extinction does not render appetitvie conditioning context. Learning & Behavior. 39, 87–94 DOI 10.3758/s13420-011-0023-9 [IF: 2, 1.503, Zoology, 28/146, –Q1]

Nelson, J.B., & Sanjuan, M.C. (2009). Perceptual learning in a human conditioned suppression task.  International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 22, 206-220.

Nelson, J.B. (2009). Perceptions of perceptual learning (Special section editorial).  Learning & Behavior, 37, 117, DOI 10.3758/LB.37.2.117 [IF: 1.517, 1.93, Zoology, 37/129, –Q2]

Nelson, J. B. (2009). Contextual control of first- and second-learned excitation and inhibition in equally ambiguous stimuli.  Learning & Behavior, 37, 95-106. DOI 10.3758/LB.37.1.95 [IF: 1.517, 1.93, Zoology, 37/129, –Q2]

Nelson, J. B., & Sanjuan, M. C. (2008). Flattening generalization gradients, context, and perceptual Learning.  Learning & Behavior, 36, 279-289. DOI 10.3758/LB.36.4.279 [IF: .81, 1.65, Zoology, 79/129, –Q3]

Nelson, J. B., & Callejas-Aguillera, J.E. (2007). The role of interference produced by conflicting associations in contextual control.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 33, 314-326. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10. 1080 / 174702  [IF 2.08, 2.29, Zoology, 18/124, -Q1]

Nelson, J. B., & Sanjuan, M. C. (2006). A context-specific latent-inhibition effect in a human conditioned-suppression task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59, 1003-1020. [Impact factors and rankings not available due to journal merge: 2005 data 1.77 29/60 Q2 Psychology]

 Sanjuan, M.C., Alonso, G., & Nelson, J. B., (2006).The contribution of latent inhibition to reduced generalization after pre-exposure to the test stimulus. DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2005.09.002  Behavioural Processes, 71, 21-28. [IF 1.48, Zoology, 31/115 –Q2]

 García-Gutiérrez, A , Rosas, J.M., & Nelson, J.B., (2005). Extensive interference attenuates reinstatement in human predictive judgments, International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 18, 240-248.

 Sanjuan, M.C, Alonso, G., & Nelson, J.B. (2004). Blocked and test-stimulus exposure effects in perceptual learning re-examined. Behavioural Processes, 66, 23-33. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.beproc.2003.12.001. [IF 1.056, Zoology, 43/112, –Q2]

 Nelson, J. B. (2002). Context specificity of excitation and inhibition in ambiguous stimuli. Learning and Motivation, 33, 284-310. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/lmot.2001 [IF 1.13, ranking not available]

Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M.E. (2002). Extinction, inhibition, and emotional intelligence. In L. Feldman-Barrett and P. Salovey (Eds.) The Wisdom in Feeling: Psychological Processes in Emotional Intelligence. (pp. 60-85). New York: Guilford Press.

Nelson, J. B. (2000). Models of action [Review of Models of Action]. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B, 53, 87-89. [IF 1, ranking not available]

Bouton, M. E., Nelson, J. B., & Rosas, J. M. (1999). Resolution now! Psychological Bulletin, 125, 190-192. DOI: 10.1037/0033-2909.125.2.190  [IF: 7.790, Psychology, 1/54, –Q1].

Bouton, M. E., Nelson, J. B., & Rosas, J. M. (1999). Stimulus generalization, context change, and forgetting. Psychological Bulletin, 125, 171-186. DOI: 10.1037/0033-2909.125.2.171  [IF: 7.790, Psychology, 1/54, –Q1].

Bouton, M. E., & Nelson, J. B (1998). The role of context in classical conditioning: Some implications for cognitive behavior therapy. In W. O’Donohue (Ed.), Learning and behavior therapy. (pp. 59-84). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Bouton, M. E., & Nelson, J. B. (1998). Mechanisms of feature-positive and feature-negative discrimination learning in an appetitive conditioning paradigm. In N. Schmajuk & P. Holland (Eds.). Associative Learning and Cognition in Animals: Occasion Setting. (pp. 69-112). Washington: APA Publications.

Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M. E. (1997). The effects of a context switch following serial and simultaneous feature-negative discriminations. Learning and Motivation, 28, 56-84. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/lmot.1997 [IF: 0.866 Ranking not available].

Brooks, D. C., Hale, B., Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M. E. (1995). Reinstatement after counterconditioning. Animal Learning & Behavior, 23, 383-390. DOI: 10.3758/BF03198938 [Pre ISI]

Bouton, M. E., & Nelson, J. B.  (1994). Context-specificity of target vs. feature inhibition in a feature-negative discrimination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 20, 51-65. DOI: 10.1037/0097-7403.20.1.51  [pre ISI]

Presentations

Invited Colloquia

Nelson, J.B. (2009, January). “What the “Renewal Effect” is, is not, and the status of current explanations.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the Department of Experimental Psychology at Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Nelson, J.B. (2009, January). “Defining and explaining the Renewal Effect.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kindgom.

Nelson, J.B. (2009, January). “The Renewal Effect: The same in humans as in animals.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the Department of Psychology at the University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom.

Nelson, J.B. (2009, January). “The Renewal Effect: Definitions and explanations.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students at the University of York, York, United Kingdom.

*-Nelson, J.B. (2004, February). “Effects of first- and second-learning on contextual control.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department at the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC.

*-Nelson, J.B. (2004, January). “First- and second-learning effects in associative learning.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department at Queens College, City University of New York, New York, NY.

*Nelson, J.B. (2001, February). “The principle of the primacy of first learning and contextual control.” Colloquium given to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department at University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.

*Nelson, J.B. (2000, February). “Contextual control and the principle of the primacy of first learning.” Colloquium give to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX.

Nelson, J. B. (1999, April). “Contextual control mechanisms of CS-US associations and their implications for backpropagation neural networks.” Colloquium give to the faculty and students of the Behavioral Neuroscience Group at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Nelson, J. B. (1998, June). “The context specificity of second-learned information.”
Colloquium give to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department at the University of York, York, UK.

* indicate talks associated with job interviews
*-indicate talks associated with job interviews with jobs offered.

Invited Workshops

Nelson, J.B. (2011). “Working with SMI Eyetrackers: Interfacing with external software and data-analysis strategies.” Workshop given to the faculty and students of the Psychology Department of the University of Jaen, SPAIN.

Papers presented

Nelson, J.B., Aristizabal, A., Duran, J., & Navarro, A. (2013, March). Latent inhibition and attention in a video-game task with humans.  Paper presented at the 84th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, New York.

Nelson, J.B. (2012, September). Mechanisms of response recovery with changes in context.  Paper presented at the second joint meeting of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology and the International Society for Comparative Psychology, Jaen, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., & Navarro, A. (2011, September). Latent inhibition in human participants is the result of reduced attention to the CS: Support from eye tracking. Paper presented at the XXIII International Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology, Granada, Spain.

Navarro, A., Lamoureux, J., Leon, S. P., & Nelson, J.B. (2011, September). Extinction produces neither context specificity nor enhanced attention to contexts in a conditioned suppression task with humans.  Paper presented at the XXIII International Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology, Granada, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., (2010, April). Extinction does not generally change context processing. Paper presented at the 1st Joint meeting of the Experimental Psychological Society and the Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology, Granada, Spain.

Nelson, J. B. (2010, March). The Renewal Effect: A summary of theoretical and clinical issues. Paper presented at the 81st annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Society, New York, New York.

Nelson, J. B., & Leon, S. P. (2010, March). Renewal without general contextual control in a behavioral task with humans. Paper presented at the 81st annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Society, New York, New York.

P.Leon & Nelson, J.B. (2009, September). Experimental renewal in human participants: Paper presented at the 21st annual meeting of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology, Salamanca, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., & Lombas, S. (2008, September). Effects of extinction on the contextual control of non-extinguished stimuli. Paper presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology, Bilbao, Spain.

Lombas, S., Angulo, R. Rodríguez, G., Nelson, J. B., Iraola, J., Sanjuan, M. C., Arriola, N., & Alonso, G. (2008). Aprendizaje perceptivo en humanos: El papel del programa de preexposición y del feedback / Human perceptual learning: Roles of preexposure schedule and feedback. Paper presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology, Bilbao, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., & Sanuan, M. C (2007, September). Contextual control of perceptual learning as a mechanism of flattening generalization gradients. Paper presented at the 19th annual meeting of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology, Madrid, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., & Callejas, J. E., (2006, March). The effects of interference on contextual control. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.

Callejas, J. E., & Nelson, J.B. (2005, September). The necessity of interference for contextual control in human predictive learning. Paper presented at the 17th congress of the Spanish Society for Comparative Psychology, Madrid, Spain.

Nelson, J.B., (2005 March). Renewal in human subjects with tests of the associative value of the contexts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Nelson, J.B., & Sanjuan, M.C., (2004, February). “Context effects on latent inhibition and renewal in a human conditioning task.” Paper presented at the Annual Winter Conference on Animal Learning and Behavior, Winter Park, Colorado.

Sanjuan, M.C., & Nelson, J. B. (2004, February). “Perceptual learning, flattening gradients, and contextual change.” Paper presented at the Annual Winter Conference on Animal Learning and Behavior, Winter Park, Colorado.

García-Gutiérrez, A , Nelson, J.B., Rosas, J.M (2003, September) “Comparative analysis of the reinstatement effect by the presentation of the original outcome, and by the presentation of the interfering outcome after different levels of interference in causal learning.” Paper presented at the XVth Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology, Barcelona, Spain.

Nelson, J. B. (2001, June). “Human conditioning methods.” Presentation given to the faculty and students of Basic Processes in Psychology at the University of the Basque Country, Spain.

Nelson, J.B. (2001, April). “Contextual control of second-learned associations in equally ambiguous stimuli.” Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Nelson, J. B., (2000, June) “Inhibition and contextual control.” Presentation given to the faculty and students of Basic Processes in Psychology at the University of the Basque Country, Spain.

Nelson, J. B. (2000, September). “Context specificity of second-learned excitation in equally ambiguous stimuli.” XIIth Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Cognition, Granda, Spain.

Killingsworth, J., & Nelson, J. B. (2000, April). “The role of image training in sensory
pre-conditioning.” XVIth Annual Arkansas Symposium for Psychology Students,
Jonesboro, AR.

Nelson, J. B. (1999, September). “The effects of outcome upshifts in human conditioning.” XIth Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Cognition, Jaen, Spain.

Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M. E. (1998, April). “A role for a context-dependent second
association in feature-positive discriminations.” Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Bihm, E., Lammers, B., Nelson, J. B., & Tie, P. (1998, January). “Experimental lab students as scientists: Lessons from cognitive science.” Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Bouton, M. E., Nelson, J. B. (1997, May). “Are feature-negative and feature positive
discriminations psychological opposites?” Duke Conference on Occasion Setting,
Duke University, Durham, NC.

Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M. E. (1997, April). “Context specificity and the sequential order of memories.” Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Bouton, M. E., Nelson, J. B., & Rosas, J. M. (1997, March). “Paradox lost: Generalization gradients that flatten over time and their implications of a context-change account of forgetting.” International Conference on Comparative Cognition, Melbourne, FL.

Bouton, M. E., & Nelson, J. B. (1995, July). “Context, extinction, and inhibition.“ First Annual Meeting of the Australian Learning Group, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Nelson, J. B.,& Bouton, M. E. (1995, April). “The effects of context on inhibition following serial and simultaneous feature negative discrimination training.” Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Brooks, D. C., Hale, B., Nelson, J. B., & Bouton, M. E. (1994, April). “Reinstatement after counterconditioning.” Eastern Psychological Association, Providence, RI.

Nelson, J. B. & Bouton, M.E. (1994, March). “Effect of context on inhibition arising from serial and simultaneous feature-negative discriminations.” International Conference on Comparative Cognition, Melbourne, FL.

Bouton, M.D., Nelson, J.B., & Ricker, S.T. (1993, January). “Context and memory retrieval: Some new relationships between extinction and conditioned inhibition.” Canadian Brain Behavior, and Cognition Society, Toronto, CA.

Bouton, M. E., & Nelson, J. B. (1992, November). “Context-specificity of target vs. feature inhibition in a feature-negative discrimination.” Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO.

Posters

Nelson, J.B., Navarro, A., & Leon, S.P. (2011, September). Learning what, when, and where in an associative learning framework.  Poster presented at the 17th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Science, San Sebastian, Spain.

Rosas, J.M., Leon, S.P., Callejas-Aguilera, J.E., Nelson, J.B (2010). Transfer of non-extinguished CSs to new contexts after extinction: Comparative results in humans and rats. Poster presented at the 14th Biennial meeting of the International Society for Comparative Psychology, Hyogo, Japan.

Nelson, J.B., Lombas, S., & Leon, S.P (2009) October. The interesting effect of extinction on the transfer of non-extinguished CSs to new contexts in appetitive conditioning with rats. Poster presented at the 2009 meeting of the Pavlovian Society, Burlington, VT.

Rodriguez, G., Lombas, S., Angulo, R., Sanjuan, M.C., Nelson, J. B., Iraloa, J., Arriola, N., Diaz Cenzano, E., Chotro, G., & Alonso, G. (2008). Perceptual learning in humans: Roles of preexposure Schedule and feedback. Poster presented at the 14th Biennial scientific meeting of the International Society for Comparative Cognition. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Nelson, J.B., & Sanjuan, M.C., (2004) April, “Contextual control of perceptual learning in a human conditioning task.” Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Nelson, J. B. & Sanjuan, M. C. (2003, March). “Latent inhibition and perceptual learning in a human conditioning task.” Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.

Research Support

Extramural Funded

Alonso, G., Chotro, G., & Nelson, J.B. (2012-2015).  Procesos y mechanimos perceptivos, atencionales y de memoria en el aprendizaje por exposicion a estimulos. Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. PSI2011-24231. Awarded, 105000 €

Nelson, J.B. (2011). Working with SMI Eyetrackers: Interfacing with external software and data-analysis strategies. Workshop funding Awarded, 885 €

Nelson, J.B. (2011). Learning what, when, and where in an associative learning framework.  Presentation award from Sensormotoric Instruments (SMI Vision).  Presentation funding Awarded, 275 €

Alonso, G., Chotro, G., & Nelson, J.B. (2009-2011). Aprendizaje por exposición a estímulos: Fenómenos y mecanismos de aprendizaje perceptivo. Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. Psi2008-00412/PSIC Awarded 121,000 €

Chotro, G., Alonso, G., & Nelson, J.B. (2007-2012). Mecanismos, contenido y desarrollo del aprendizaje. Grupo Consolidado de Investigación del Gobierno Vasco . IT-276-07 Awarded 240,369 €

Nelson, J.B. (2006-2008) “Sequence of learning, interference, and losses of new information in contextual control” Ramon y Cajal program startup funds. Spanish Ministry of Science and innovation. Awarded 15,000 €

Nelson, J.B. (2003 – 2006) “Contextual control of second-learned associations” National Institutes of Health (NIMH 1 R15 MH65249-01A1 & 01A2) $125,159. Awarded $125,159

Killingsworth, J. & Nelson, J.B. (1999) “The role of image conditioning in sensory preconditioning.” SILO/SURF Advisory Council on Undergraduate Research Awarded $2,625

Extramural not-Funded

Glautier, S., & Nelson, J.B. (declined). Context effects in extinction. Submitted to the Economic & Social Research Council of Great Britain. 238,067£.

Intramural

Nelson, J.B. (2002). “Effects of continuous and intermittent noise on fear and aggression.” University of Central Arkansas Research Council.
Awarded: $3,820.

Nelson, J.B. (1998) “Context specificity of second associations in ambiguous stimuli.” University of Central Arkansas Research Council.
Awarded: $15,229

Nelson, J.B. (1998) “Context specificity of second associations in ambiguous stimuli.” University of Central Arkansas, Psychology Department and College of Education.
Awarded: $6,000

Travel Awards (intramural)
Nelson, J. B. (2001) University of Central Arkansas College Research Council.
Awarded: $400

Nelson, J. B. (2001) University of Central Arkansas College of Education Professional Education Unit.
Awarded: $450

Nelson, J. B. (2000) University of Central Arkansas Faculty Development Council.
Awarded: $365

Nelson, J. B. (1999) University of Central Arkansas, Faculty Development Council.
Awarded: $345

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      I’m afraid I can’t fix that- or at least I can’t find the place to do it! You might be able to navigate back to your comment & uncheck the box? Or, worst case delete your comment? I’ll keep looking…

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