Related Links


-
,
Phone:
Fax:

Wilkie, Don
Email:

Core Area(s): Behavioural Neuroscience

Research Interests
Cognitive processes in animal behavior, especially spatial memory and timing; foraging; computer simulation.

Representative Publications
Thorpe, C. M., Floresco, S. B., Carr, J. A. R., & Wilkie, D. M. (2002). Alterations in time-place learning induced bt lesions to the rat medial prefrontal cortex. Behavioural Processes, 59, 87-100.
Thorpe, C. M., Petrovic, V., & Wilkie, D. M. (2002). How rats process spatiotemporal information in the face of distraction. Behavioural Processes, 58, 79-90.
Thorpe, C. M., & Wilkie, D. M. (2002). Unequal interval time-place learning. Behavioural Processes, 58, 157-166.
Carr, J. A. R., Tan, A. O., Thorpe, C. M., & Wilkie, D. M. (2001). Furthus evidence of joint time-place control of rars’ behavior: Results from an “open hopper” test. Behavioural Processes, 53, 147-153.
Galea, L. A. M., Ermerod, B., Sampath, S., Kostarus, X., Wilkie, D. M., & Phelps, M. T. (2000). Spatial working memory and hippocampal size across pregnancy in rats. Hormones and Behavior, 37, 86-95.
Wilkie, D. M. (1999). Use of pictures to investigate aspects of pigeons’ spatial cognition. Current Psychology of Cognition, 18, 713-728.
Carr, J. A. R., Tan, A. O, & Wilkie, D. M. (1999). Further evidence that rats use ordinal timing in a daily time-place learning task. (1999). Behavioural Processes, 44, 287- 299.
Carr, J. A. R., & Wilkie, D. M. (1999). Rats are reluctant to use circadian timing in a daily time-place task. Behavioural Processes, 44, 287-299.
Wilkie, D. M., Willson, R. J., & Carr, J. A. R. (1999). Errors made by animals in memory paradigms are not always due to failures of memory. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 23, 451-455.
Carr, J. A. R., & Wilkie, D. M. (1998). Characterization of the timing strategy used by rats in an interval time-place task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 24, 151-162
Carr, J. A. R., & Wilkie, D. M. ( 1997). Rats use an ordinal timing system in a daily time-place learning task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 23, 232-247.

Home | About this Site | Privacy | A - Z | About Us | Contact Us | Site Map | Site Feedback/Problem | ©2010-13 Psychology, UBC. All Rights Reserved.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Faculty of Arts

Department of Psychology
2136 West Mall
Tel: 604.822.2755
Fax: 604.822.6923