Department of Psychology
University of Notre Dame

Instrumentation, Research Methods, & Other Gadgets

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Crowell, C. R., and Frei, L. (1972). A circuit to permit an electronic drinkometer to operate during footshock. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 4. 193-194.

Crowell, C. R., and Brown, J. S. (1973). An electrifiable restraining cage for small animals. The American Journal of Psychology, 86, 851-854.

Cunningham, C. L., Crowell, C. R., Eaton, N. K., & Brown, J. S. (1974). A digital system for recording startle responses in small animals. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 5, 1-3.

Crowell, C. R., and Eaton, N. K. (1974). A fully-automated locomotor-training apparatus. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 2, 19-22.

Birdsell, J., Widerquist, K. L., Johnson, J. F., & Miller, A. E. (1986). Components of a level III interactive videodisc delivery system. Proceedings of the Academic Microcomputer Conference, 2, 149-156.

Crowell, C. R., Boyd, N., & Setzer, M. (1988). Software recording technology: Promise for reducing the hidden costs of computerization. Proceedings of the Academic Microcomputer Conference, 4, 120-129.

Boker, S., & Crowell, C. R. (2004).  Using the Internet to archive psychological data.  Behavior Research Instrumentation & Computers, 36(4), 670-677.

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