Mark R Dixon
Mark R Dixon
Behavior Analysis and Therapy Program, Southern Illinois University
Verified email at siu.edu
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Delay discounting by pathological gamblers
MR Dixon, J Marley, EA Jacobs
Journal of applied behavior analysis 36 (4), 449-458, 2003
4642003
Contextual control of delay discounting by pathological gamblers
MR Dixon, EA Jacobs, S Sanders
Journal of applied behavior analysis 39 (4), 413-422, 2006
2262006
Near-miss effects on response latencies and win estimations of slot machine players
MR Dixon, JE Schreiber
The Psychological Record 54 (3), 335-348, 2004
1552004
Neurobehavioral evidence for the “near‐miss” effect in pathological gamblers
R Habib, MR Dixon
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 93 (3), 313-328, 2010
1382010
Using a self‐control training procedure to increase appropriate behavior
MR Dixon, LJ Hayes, LM Binder, S Manthey, C Sigman, DM Zdanowski
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 31 (2), 203-210, 1998
1361998
Manipulating the illusion of control: Variations in gambling as a function of perceived control over chance outcomes
MR Dixon
The Psychological Record 50 (4), 705-719, 2000
1342000
A procedure to teach self‐control to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
LM Binder, MR Dixon, PM Ghezzi
Journal of applied behavior analysis 33 (2), 233-237, 2000
1262000
Self‐control in children with autism: Response allocation during delays to reinforcement
MR Dixon, A Cummings
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 34 (4), 491-495, 2001
1092001
Modification of slot‐machine preferences through the use of a conditional discrimination paradigm
KR Zlomke, MR Dixon
Journal of applied behavior analysis 39 (3), 351-361, 2006
1042006
PEAK relational training system: Direct training module
MR Dixon
Carbondale, IL, 2014
922014
Creating single‐subject design graphs in Microsoft Excel™ 2007
MR Dixon, JW Jackson, SL Small, MJ Horner‐King, NMK Lik, Y Garcia, ...
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 42 (2), 277-293, 2009
882009
Effects of differing instructional histories on the resurgence of rule-following
MR Dixon, LJ Hayes
The Psychological Record 48 (2), 275-292, 1998
871998
Using a computer simulation of three slot machines to investigate a gambler’s preference among varying densities of near-miss alternatives
OH MacLin, MR Dixon, D Daugherty, SL Small
Behavior Research Methods 39 (2), 237-241, 2007
862007
Examining the roles of rule following, reinforcement, and preexperimental histories on risk-taking behavior
MR Dixon, LJ Hayes, IB Aban
The Psychological Record 50 (4), 687-704, 2000
862000
TOWARD AN INTEGRATIVE BEHAVIORAL MODEL OF GAMBLING.
JN Weatherly, MR Dixon
Analysis of Gambling Behavior 1 (1), 2007
832007
THE GAMBLING FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT (GFA): AN ASSESSMENT DEVICE FOR IDENTIFICATION OF THE MAINTAINING VARIABLES OF PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING.
MR Dixon, TE Johnson
Analysis of Gambling Behavior 1 (1), 2007
822007
Enhancing tolerance to delayed reinforcers: The role of intervening activities
MR Dixon, RA Rehfeldt, L Randich
Journal of applied behavior analysis 36 (2), 263-266, 2003
822003
Functional analysis and treatment of inappropriate verbal behavior
MR Dixon, H Benedict, T Larson
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 34 (3), 361-363, 2001
822001
Teaching self‐control to small groups of dually diagnosed adults
MR Dixon, S Holcomb
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 33 (4), 611-614, 2000
782000
PEAK relational training system: Equivalence
MR Dixon
Shawnee Scientific Press, LLC, 2015
752015
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