Content Posted in 2020
2020 Huskies Showcase Abstracts, St Cloud State University
2020 Huskies Showcase Proceedings, St Cloud State University
A Brief Behavioral Intervention of Harm Reduction for Online Poker Players, Mack S. Costello and R. Wayne Fuqua
A Case Study of Pathological Gambler Wagering at Golf, James Borderi, James W. Jackson, and Mark R. Dixon Ph. D.
A Comparison of the Prevalence of and Maintaining Cause for Pathological Gambling in Fraternity and Non-Fraternity Members, Mark R. Dixon; Tiffany N. Newman; and Becky L. Nastally PhD, BCBA
A Corpus Linguistic Analysis of YouTube Coming Out Videos, Mikhail Zaikovskii
Adjectival Complements and Resolution Rule Errors in the Composition of Hispanic L2 Learners of English, Claudia Membreno and Diana Lowry
Adult Samples Suggest Slot Machine and Casino Characteristics Are Possible Sources for Investigating the Illusion of Control, Benjamin N. Witts, Kimberly Loudermilk, and Deanne Kosel
Altering Preferences for Concurrently Available Simulated Slot Machines: Nonarbitrary Contextual Control Over Gambling Choice, Alice E. Hoon and Simon Dymond
Altering Probability Discounting in a Gambling Simulation, Benjamin N. Witts, Patrick M. Ghezzi, and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
An Approach For Detecting Online Dating Scams, Ozkan Kahveci
An Excerpt From: New Blood, Jared Larson
A Preliminary Investigation of Relational Network Influence on Horse-Track Betting, Mark R. Dixon, Alyssa N. Wilson, and Seth W. Whiting
A Rat Model of Gambling Behavior and its Extinction: Effects of "Win" Probability on Choice in a Concurrent-Chains Procedure, David N. Kearns Ph. D. and Maria A. Gomez-Serrano
A Sociophonetic Account of the Similarities Between Northern Minnesota English and Winnipeg Canadian English, Michel Lopez-Backstrom and Ettien Koffi
Assessing and Manipulating The Illusion of Control of Video Poker Players, Mark R. Dixon, James W. Jackson, Jennifer Delaney, Bethany Holton, and Martha C. Crothers
A Study of Blockchain Framework–Hyperledger Fabric and Implementation as Educational Network, Venkata Ayyappa Devarasetty
Behavioral Gerontology and Gambling: The Jackalope of Behavior Analysis, Jonathan C. Baker Dr.
Blackjack Players Demonstrate the Near Miss Effect, Mark R. Dixon, Becky L. Nastally, Adam D. Hahs, Mollie Homer-King, and James W. Jackson
Brain Activity of Recreational Golfers Under Conditions of Gambling and Non-Gambling, James Bordieri and Mark R. Dixon
Building Security Aware E-Commerce Web Applications, Sai Teja Reddy Kommuri
Commentary - Approaching Gambling As A Verbal Event: A Commentary On Fantino & Stolarz-Fantino (2008), Simon Dymond Ph.D., BCBA-D
COMMENTARY DELAY DISCOUNTING AND PROBLEM GAMBLING, Andrew Cooper
Commentary - Discounting Within The Gambling Context, Gregory J. Madden
Commentary - Further Directions For Gambling Research, Patrick M. Ghezzi
Commentary - Gambling And Risky Choice, John C. Borrero
Commentary - Gambling: Not What It May Seem To Be, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Commentary - Gambling, Problem-Solving, And The Contingencies of Superstition: A Response to Fantino & Stolarz-Fantino, Chris Ninness and Sharon Ninness
Commentary - Gambling, Shaping and Ratio Contingencies, A. Charles Catania
COMMENTARY Intergrative Model or Fracturing Framework: Better We Hedge Our Bets, Mark P. Reilly and Andrew T. Fox
Commentary - Simple Solutions To Complex Phenomena: Not In The Cards, Jeffrey L. Derevensky
COMMENTARY The Alloplastic Nature of Pathological Gambling, Nancy M. Petry, Gegory J. Madden, and John M. Roll
Commentary - The Important Contingencies In Gambling Are Seldom Clear: Avoiding The Rational Choice Trap, Donald Hantula and Bess Puvathingal
COMMENTARY Verbal Relations and the Behavior Analysis of Gambling, Simon Dymond and Robert Whelan
Comparing the Contingencies that Maintain Gambling Behavior in an Online Sample of Younger and Older Adults, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Comparing Three Strategies of Motivating Gambling Behavior in the Laboratory Environment, Jeffrey M. Peterson and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Concurrent Validity of the Gambling Functional Assessment (GFA):Correlations with the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS)and Indicators of Diagnostic Efficiency, Joseph C. Miller, Mark R. Dixon, Amanda Parker, Ashley M. Kulland, and Jeffrey N. Weatherly
Credit Risk Estimation in the Age of Peer to Peer Lending, Aboubacar Coulibaly
Delay Discounting and Pathological Gambling, Mark R. Dixon Ph. D.
Discounting by Problem and Non-Problem Gambers when the Hypothetical Context is Manipulated, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Do Cognitive Fallacies Predict Behavior When NonPathological Gamblers Play Slot Machines and Video Poker?, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and K. A. Flannery
Does Providing Accurate Information About Slot Machines Alter How Participants Play Them?, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Ellen Meier
Do The Risk Factors For Pathological Gambling Predict Temporal Discounting?, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Adam Derenne, and Samantha Chase
Editorial Comment: AGB Welcomes Stimulus Press, LLC, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Editorial Comment: New Additions to the Analysis of Gambling Behavior, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Editorial Comment: Not So Crazy Eight!, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Editorial Comment: Pursuing The Experimental Analysis of Gambling Behavior, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Editorial Comment: Turning the Corner at Analysis of Gambling Behvaior, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Editor's Prologue: Welcome to the 9th Volume, Ettien Koffi
English Education in Japan from the Perspective of a Japanese Student, Firas Ismail, Ettien Koffi, and Moeka Uchikawa
English Proficiency Profile Study of an L2 Speaker from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mahdi Duris and Ettien Koffi
Evaluating Preference and Rate of Gambling on Vedio Slot Machines, Mark R. Dixon, Jeffrey R. Miller, Seth W. Whiting, Alyssa N. Wilson, and Allie M. Hensel
Experiential Gambling: Interactions Between Consumer Experiences, Emotional Engagement, and Behavioural Settings, Seema Bhate Dr. and Kevin Hannam
Factors Correlated with Persistence in Online Texas Hold’em Poker Play, Benjamin N. Witts and Charles A. Lyons
Forensic Aspects of Various Flash Memory Devices, Shivendran Divakar Tiruchanpalli
Gambling Behavior and Temporal Discounting Among MilitaryAffiliated and Civilian Students, Kevin S. Montes and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Gambling in a Laboratory Setting: A Comparison of Gambling for Positive Reinforcement Versus as a Potential Escape, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Katelyn Mari, and Kevin S. Montes
Gambling: Sometimes Unseemly; Not What It Seems, Edmund Fantino and Stephanie Stolarz-Fantino
Graduate Assistant Corpus Literacy, Jason Badger
Habituation and Brief-Stimulus Presentations in Near-Equivalent Simulated Slot Machine Arrangements as a Means to Study Persistence and Preference, Benjamin N. Witts, Marie Erickson, and Karisan Samu
Impact of Jackpot And Near-Miss Magnitude On Rate And Subjective Probability of Slot Machine Gamblers, Jeffrey Dillen and Mark R. Dixon Ph. D.
Increasing Response Effort Impacts Wager Sizes of Slot- Machine Gamblers, Karl F. Gunnarsson, Kyle E. Rowsey, and Mark R. Dixon
Industrial Engineering Tools, Lucas Santos
IN RESPONSE An Intergrative, Not Necessarily Comprehensive, Behavioral Model of Gambling, Mark R. Dixon and Jeffrey N. Weatherly
In Response - Response to Commentaries, Edmund Fantino and Stephanie Stolarz-Fantino
Interim Administration in Higher Education, Charles Hentges
Investigating Illusion of Control In Experienced and Non-Experienced Gamblers: Replication and Extension, Lingyuan Wong and Jennifer L. Austin Ph.D., BCBA
Investigating the Relationship Between Escape and Gambling Behavior, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Kevin S. Montes, and Danielle M. Christopher
Manipulating Contextual Control Over Simulated Slot Machine Gambling, Alice Hoon; Simon Dymond Ph.D., BCBA; James W. Jackson; and Mark R. Dixon
Modeling Gambling: An Application of the Mathematical Principles of Reinforcement, Rod A. Armour and Lewis A. Bizo
Perceptions of Luck: Near Win and Near Loss Experiences, Dustin Daugherty and Otto H. MacLin
Predicting College Student Gambling Frequency Using the Theory of Planned Behvior: Does the Theory Work Differently for Disordered and Non-Disordered Gamblers?, Ryan J. Martin, Sarah Nelson, Stuart Usdan, and Lori Turner
Probability Discounting in a Sample of American Indians: Gambling as an Escape Predicts Discounting of Monetary, But Not Non-Monetary, Outcomes, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., J. Douglas McDonald, and Adam Derenne
Rats Playing a Slot Machine: a Preliminary Attempt at an Animal Gambling Model, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Adam Derenne
Recreational and Pathological Gamblers Preferences For Slot Machines Yielding Unequal Reinforcement, Mark R. Dixon, Kelly N. Paulson, and Becky L. Nastally
Review of "Gambling: Behavior Theory, Research, and Application" By Patrick M. Gheezi, Charles a. Lyons, Mark R. Dixon, and Ginger R. Wilson (Eds.), Simon Dymond Ph.D., BCBA-D; Jennifer L. Austin; Alice Hoon; and Sara Tepaeru Minster
rhetsec_ | rhetorical security, Jennifer Mead
Risk As A Function of Response Effort To Gain Points, Ryan C. Speelman and Mark R. Dixon
Satisficers and Maximizers: A Preliminary Examination of Maximization Tendencies and Slot-Machine Gambling, Seth W. Whiting and Mark R. Dixon
School of Public Affairs 2019 Annual Report, Danae Swanson
Slot Machine Near Wins: Effects on Pause and Sensitivity to Win Ratios, Tadhg E. Daly, Gordon Tan, Lincoln S. Hely, Anne C. Macaskill, David N. Harper, and Maree J. Hunt
Slot Machine Preferences and Self-Rules, Terje Fredheim, Kai-Ove Ottersen, and Erik Arntzen
Social Influence When Males Gamble: Perceptions and Behavior, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Brittany Bushaw, and Ellen Meier
Sogs Scores Correlate with Rates fo Delay Discounting of Hypothetical Monetary Amounts, But Not Non-Monetary Outcomes, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Adamn Derenne
Somali American Parents’ Perception of Formal Education for Females, Abdirahman Abdullahi Abdirahman
Speech Style Variation of Vowels in Citation Form vs. Running Speech: Intelligibility Implications for AI-Enabled Devices, Ettien Koffi and Jessica Krause
Spring 2020 Economics Newsletter, Department of Economics
St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report Vol. 21 No. 3, King Banaian and Richard MacDonald
St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report Vol. 21 No. 4, King Banaian and Richard A. MacDonald
St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report Vol. 22, No. 1, King Banaian and Richard MacDonald
St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report, Vol. 22, No. 2, King Banaian and Richard MacDonald
Studying Gambling Experimentally: The Value of Money, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Ellen Meier
Temporal Discounting and Gambling: A Meaningful Relationship?, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Temporal Discounting Predicts How People Gamble On a Slot Machine, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Joanna M. Marino, Joanna M. Marino, and F. Richard Ferraro
Testing Alcohol as a Discriminative Stimulus For Gambling Behavior, Ellen Meier, Cody Link, and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
The Acoustic Correlates of [ATR] Vowel Harmony in Somali, Erko Abdullahi
The Apple of the World: Extracting Evidential Data through IPhone, Rakesh mangalamapalli
The Effect of Relational Training on the Near-Miss Effect in Slot Machine Platers, Becky L. Nastally PhD, BCBA and Mark R. Dixon
The Effects Of Nicotine On Gambling Behavior of Smoking and Nonsmoking Undergraduate Students, Ellen Meier and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
The Effects of Stopping Devices and Win Rate on Preference in Slot Machine Players, Becky L. Nastally, Mark R. Dixon, and James W. Jackson
The Gambling Functional Assessment (GFA): An Assessment Device For Identification of The Maintaining Variables of Pathological Gambling, Mark R. Dixon and Taylor E. Johnson
The Impact of Derived Relational Responding on Gambling Behavior, Simon Dymond Ph.D., BCBA-D and Bryan Roche
The Near-Miss Effect in Blackjack: Group Play and Lone Play, Karl F. Gunnarsson, Seth W. Whiting, and Mark R. Dixon
The Relationship Between Reported Frequency of Gambling and Rate of Discounting Different Commodities Using a Fill-In-The-Blank Procedure, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Heather K. Terrell, and Adam Derenne
The Role of "Experience" When People Gamble On Three Different Video-Poker Games, Jeffrey N. Weatherly, David P. Austin, and Katie Farewell
The Roulette Near-Miss Effect, Mark R. Dixon
Toward an Integrative Behavioral Model of Gambling, Jeffrey N. Weatherly and Mark R. Dixon
Traditional and Naturally Significant Places Process Primer for the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Michael Catches Enemy
Transparency and Headedness in Processing Compound Words: A Lexical Decision Study, Sarah Steinke and Weiyi Zhai
Treatment of Compulsive Gambling, Erik Arntzen and Jorn Stensvold
Upward and Onward, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Using Performance Feedback to Teach Video Poker Players to Gamble Better, Mark R. Dixon Ph. D. and James W. Jackson
Using Unsolvable Anagrams to Induce Escape: Will it Increase Gambling Behavior?, Sarah G. Martner, Kevin S. Montes, and Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D.
Using Winpoker 6.0 To Study Gambling Behavior, James W. Jackson
Validating the Gambling Functional Assessment-Revised in a Sample of Probable Problem/Disordered Gamblers, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Heather K. Terrell
Video Golf and Gambling: The Impact of Monetary Wagers on Performance, Michael Bordieri, James Bordieri, and Mark R. Dixon
Video-Poker Play in the Laboratory: The Effect of Information and Monetary Value on Rates of Play, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D., Kevin S. Montes, Chase Rost, and Daniel Larrabee
What Variables Predict Endorsing Gambling as an Escape on the GFA-R?, Jeffrey N. Weatherly Ph. D. and Katie B. Miller
When Loss Reward: The Near-Miss Effect in Slot Machine Gamblin, Gordon R. Foxall and Vladimar Sigurdsson
Why Behavior Analysts Should Study Gambling Behavior, Mark R. Dixon