Neal E. Miller Bibliography

Miller, N. E. (1934). The perception of children: A genetic study employing the critical choice delayed reaction. Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic Psychology, 44, 321-339.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1935). A reply to ‘sign-gestalt or conditioned reflex?’ Psychological Review, 42, , 280-292.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1935). Effect of caffeine on the running speed of hungry, satiated and frustrated rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 20, 397-412.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1936). Alcohol and removal of reward. An analytical study of rodent maze behavior. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 21, 179-204.

Miller, N. E., & Stevenson, S. S. (1936). Agitated behavior of rats during experimental extinction and a curve of spontaneous recover. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 21, 205-231.

Mowrer, O. H., Ruch, T. C., & Miller, N. E. (1936). The corneo-retinal potential difference as the basis of the galvanometric method of recording eye movements. American Journal of Physiology, 114, 423-428.

Bugelski, R., & Miller, N. E. (1938). A spatial gradient in the strength of avoidance responses. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 23, 494-505.

Miller, N. E., Hubert, G., & Hamilton, J. B. (1938). Mental and behavioral changes following male hormone treatment of adult castration, hypogonadism, and psychic impotence. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 38, 538-540.

Miller, N. E., & Miles, W. R. (1939). A note on a temporal gradient of reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 25,, 221-227.

Miller, N. E., Brown, J., Klebanoff, S., & Lipofsky, M. (1939). Indecision and conflict; psychological theory tested by experiments on rats. Yale Science Magazine, 13, 22-33.

Sears, R. R., Hovland, C. I., & Miller, N. E. (1940). Minor studies of aggression: I. Measurement of aggressive behavior. Journal of Psychology, 9, 275-295.

Miller, N. E. (with Sears, R. R., Mowrer, O. H., Doob, L. W., & Dollard, J.) (1941). I. The frustration-aggression hypothesis. Psychological Review, 48, 337-342.

Miller, N. E. (1942). A multi-purpose learning-demonstration apparatus. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 31, 163-170.

Miller, N. E. (1944). Experimental studies of conflict behavior. In J. McV. Hunt (Ed.), Personality and behavior disorders (pp. 431-465), New York: Ronald Press.

Staff, Psychological Research Project (Pilot) [Miller, N. E. (Ed.)]. (1946). Psychological research on pilot training in the AAF. American Psychologist, 1, 7-16.

Lawrence, D. H., & Miller, N. E. (1947). A positive relationship between reinforcement and resistance to extinction produced by removing a source of confusion from a technique that had produced opposite results. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 37, 494-509.

Miller, N. E. (1948). Studies of fear as an acquirable drive: I. Fear as motivation and fear- reduction as reinforcement in the learning of new responses. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38, 89-101.

Miller, N. E. (1948). Theory and experiment relating psychoanalytic displacement to stimulus-response generalization. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 43, 155-178.

Miller, N. E., & Bugelski, R. (1948). Minor studies of aggression: II. The influence of frustrations imposed by the in-group on attitudes expressed toward out-groups. Journal of Psychology, 25, 437-442.

Kaufman, E. L., & Miller, N. E. (1949). Effect of number of reinforcements on strength of approach in an approach-avoidance conflict. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 42, 65-74.

Miller, N. E. (1949). Review: Theories of learning (E. R. Hilgard). Psychological Bulletin, 46, 529-532.


Miller, N. E. (1950). Social science and the art of advertising. Journal of Marketing, 14, 580-584..

Miller, N. E. (1950). Outline on training and habituation of rats for laboratory work. In R. W. Gerard (Ed.). Methods in medical research, (Vol. 3, pp. 216-218). Chicago: Yearbook Publishers.

Miller, N. E., Bailey, C. J., & Stevenson, J. A. F. (1950). Decreased “hunger” but increased food intake resulting from hypothalamic lesions. Science, 112, 256-259.

Dollard, J., & Miller, N. E. (1951). Preview of “Personality and Psychotherapy.” Psychological Book Previews, 1, 47-49.

Linton, H. B., & Miller, N. E. (1951). The effect of partial reinforcement on behavior during satiation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 44, 142-148.

Miller, N. E. (1951). Comments on multiple-process conceptions of learning. Psychological Review, 58, 375-381.

Miller, N. E. (1951). Comments on theoretical models. Illustrated by the development of a theory of conflict behavior. Journal of Personality, 20, 82-100.

Miller, N. E. (1951). Learnable drives and rewards. In S. S. Stevens (Ed.). Handbook of experimental psychology (pp. 435-472). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Bailey, C. J., & Miller, N. E. (1952). The effect of sodium amytal on an approach-avoidance conflict in cats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 205-208.

Berkun, M. M., Kessen, M. L., & Miller, N. E. (1952). Hunger-reducing effects of food by stomach fistula versus food by mouth measured by a consummatory response. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 550-554.

Miller, N. E., & Kessen, M. L. (1952). Reward effects of food via stomach fistula compared with those of food via mouth. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 45, 555-564.

Miller, N. E., & Kraeling, D. (1952). Displacement: Greater generalization of approach than avoidance in a generalized approach-avoidance conflict. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 217-221.

Miller, N. E., & Murray, E. J. (1952). Displacement: Steeper gradient of generalization of avoidance than of approach with age of habit controlled. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 222-226.

Miller, N. E., & Murray, E. J. (1952). Displacement and conflict: Learnable drive as a basis for the steeper gradient of avoidance than of approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 43, 227-231.

Miller, N. E. (1953). The role of motivation in learning. In Symposium on psychology learning basic to military training problems (pp. 103-116). Committee on Human Resources, Research and Development Board, Department of Defense. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Murray, E. J., Wells, H., Kohn, M., & Miller, N. E. (1953). Sodium sucaryl: A substance which tastes sweet to human subjects but is avoided by rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 46, 134-137.

Delgado, J. M. R., Roberts, W. W., & Miller, N. E. (1954). Learning motivated by electrical stimulation of the brain. [Note: First reported in 1953 as part of Miller’s Presidential Address to Division 3 of the American Psychological Association.] American Journal of Physiology, 179, 587-593.

Miller, N. E. (1954). Drive, drive-reduction and reward. In Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Psychology (pp. 151-152), June 1954, Montreal. [Special issue of Acta Psychologica].

Miller, N. E. (1954). Fear. In R. H. Williams (Ed.). Human factors in military operations (pp. 269-281). Chevy Chase, MD: John Hopkins University Operations Research Office.

Myers, A. K., & Miller, N. E. (1954). Failure to find a learned drive based on hunger; evidence for learning motivated by “exploration.” Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 47, 428-436.

Miller, N. E. (1955). Shortcomings of food consumption as a measure of hunger: Results from other behavioral techniques. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 63, 141-143.

Miller, N. E. (1956). Effects of drugs on motivation: The value of using a variety of measures. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 65, 318-333.

Miller, N. E. (1957). A psychologist speaks. In H. D. Kruse (Ed.), Integrating the approaches to mental disease (pp. 43-45). New York: Hoeber.

Miller, N. E. (1957). Experiments on motivation; studies combining psychological, physiological, and pharmacological techniques. Science, 126, 1271-1278.

Miller, N. E. (1957). Objective techniques for studying motivational effects of drugs on animals. In S. Garattini & V. Ghetti (Eds.), Psychotropic drugs (pp. 83-103). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Miller, N. E., Sampliner, R. I., & Woodrow, P. (1957). Thirst-reducing effects of water by stomach fistula vs. water by mouth measured by both a consummatory and an instrumental response. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 50, 1-5.

Porter, L. W., & Miller, N. E. (1957). Training under two drives, alternately present, vs. training under a single drive. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54, 1-7.

Bower, G. B., & Miller, N. E. (1958). Rewarding and punishing effects from stimulating the same place in the rat’s brain. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 669-674.

Miller, N. E. (1958). Central stimulation and other new approaches to motivation and reward. American Psychologist, 13, 100-108.

Miller, N. E. (1958). Principles of learning by televised instructions. In College teaching by television (pp. 28-42). Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education.

Zimbardo, P. G., & Miller, N. E. (1958). Facilitation of exploration by hunger in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 43-46.

Miller, N. E. (1959). Liberalization of basic S-R concepts: Extensions to conflict behavior, motivation and social learning. In S. Koch (Ed.), Psychology: A study of a science, Study 1, Vol. 2 (pp. 196-292). New York: McGraw-Hill.

Bower, G. H., Miller, N. E. (1960). Effects of amount of reward on strength of approach in an approach-avoidance conflict. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 59-62.

Coons, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1960). Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia” produced by ECS. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 524-531.

Miller, N. E. (1960). Learning resistance to pain and fear: Effects of overlearning, exposure and rewarded exposure in context. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 60, 137-145.

Miller, N. E. (1960). Motivational effects of brain stimulation drugs. Federation Proceedings, 19, 846-854.

Miller, N. E., & Barry, H., III. (1960). Motivational effects of drugs: Methods which illustrate some general problems in psychopharmacology. Psychopharmacologia, 1, 169-199.

Trapold, M. A., Miller, N. E., & Coons, E. E. (1960). All-or-none versus progressive approach in an approach-avoidance conflict. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 293-296.

Grossman, S. P., & Miller, N. E. (1961). Control for stimulus-change in the evaluation of alcohol and chlorpromazine as fear-reducing drugs. Psychopharmacologia, 2, 342-351.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Analytical studies of drive and reward. [Note: Address as President to the Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York City, September 3, 1961.] American Psychologist, 16, 739-754.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Contributions [of] Neal E. Miller to the Pavlovian Conference on Higher Nervous Activity: I. Integration of neurophysiological and behavioral research. II. Part III: Discussion of the paper: “Inhibition as a determinant of synaptic and behavioral patterns” by Amedeo S. Marrazzi. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 92, 830-839, 1028-1030.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Some experiments on the mechanisms of motivation [in Russian]. Voprosy Psikhologii,4,June-July, 143-156.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Some recent studies of conflict behavior and drugs. American Psychologist, 16, 12-24.

Miller, N. E., Coons, E. E., Lewis, M., & Jensen, D. D. (1961). Electrode holders in chronic preparations. B. A simple technique for use with the rat. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 51-54). Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E., Jensen, D. D., & Myers, A. K. (1961). Injury and excitation by electric current. B. A comparison of the Lilly waveform and the sixty-cycle sine wave. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 64-66). Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Learning and performance motivated by direct stimulation of the brain. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 387-396). Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, N. E. (1961). Implications for theories of reinforcement. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain (pp. 575-581). Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Barry, H., III, & Miller, N. E. (1962). Effects of drugs on approach-avoidance conflict tested repeatedly by means of a “telescope alley.” Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 201-210.

Barry, H., III, Miller, N. E., & Tidd, G. E. (1962). Control stimulus change while testing effects of amobarbital on conflict. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 1071-1074.

Barry, H., III, Wagner, A. R., & Miller, N. E. (1962). Effects of alcohol and amobarbital on performance inhibited by experimental extinction. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 464-468.

Egger, M. D., & Miller, N. E. (1962). Secondary reinforcement in rats as a function of information value and reliability of the stimulus. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 97-104.

Miller, N. E. (1962). Strengthening the behavioral sciences. Science, 136, 233-241. (Note: Statement by the Behavioral Sciences Subpanel, Life Sciences Panel, PSAC, The White House, Washing, D.C., April 20, 1962.)

Miller, N. E., Pfaffmann, C., & Schlosberg, H. (1962). Aspects of psychology and psychophysiology in the USSR. In Raymond Bauer (Ed.), Some views on Soviet psychology (189-252). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Novin, D., & Miller, N. E. (1962). Failure to condition thirst induced by feeding dry food to hungry rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 373-374.

Barry, H., III, Wagner, S. A., & Miller, N. E. (1963). Effects of several drugs on performance in an approach-avoidance conflict. Psychological Reports, 12, 215-221.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1963). Fear and pain: Their effect on self-injection of amobarbitol sodium by rats. Science, 141, 1286-1287.

Egger, M. D., & Miller, N. E. (1963). When is a reward reinforcing?: An experimental study of the information hypothesis. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 132-137.

Feirstein, A. R., & Miller, N. E. (1963). Learning to resist pain and fear: Effects of electric shock before versus after reaching goal. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 797-800.

Fowler, H., & Miller, N. E. (1963). Facilitation and inhibition of runway performance by hind- and forepaw shock of various intensities. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 801-805.

Holmes, J. E., & Miller, N. E. (1963). Effects of bacterial endotoxin on water intake, food intake, and body temperature in the albino rat. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 118, 649-658.

Miller, N. E. (1963). Animal experiments on emotionally-induced ulcers. Proceedings of the Third World Congress in Psychiatry, 3, 213-219, Montreal, Canada, June 4-10, 1961.

Miller, N. E. (1963). Certain recent developments in experimental psychology. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 158, 481-497.

Miller, N. E. (1963). Comments on “Approach-avoidance conflict in the mother-surrogate situation.” Psychological Reports, 12, 773-774.

Miller, N. E. (1963). Some motivational effects of electrical and chemical stimulation of the brain. Electroencephalographical and Clinical Neurophysiology, Suppl. 24, 247-259.

Miller, N. E. (1963). Some reflections on the law of effect produce a new alternative to drive reduction. In M. R. Jones (Ed.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (pp. 65-112). Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press.

Miller, N. E. (1964). Physiological and cultural determinants of behavior. [Note: this article is the result of an assignment to represent behavioral sciences, from physiology through anthropology, in a lecture on the program celebrating the Centennial of the National Academy of Sciences.] Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 51, 941-954.

Miller, N. E. (1964). Some implications of modern behavior theory for personality change and psychotherapy. In D. Byrne & P. Worchel (Eds.), Personality change (pp. 149-175). New York: Wylie.

Miller, N. E. (1964). Some psychophysiological studies of motivation and of the behavioural effects of illness. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 17, 1-20.

Miller, N. E. (1964). The analysis of motivational effects illustrated by experiments on amylobarbitone sodium. In H. Steinberg, A. V. S. de Rueck, & J. Knight (Eds.), Animal behaviour and drug action (pp. 1-18). London: J. & A. Churchill, Ltd.

Miller, N. E., Gottesman, K. S., & Emergy, N. (1964). Dose response to carbachol and norepinephrine in rat hypothalamus. American Journal of Physiology, 206, 1384-1388.

Tenen, S. S., & Miller, N. E. (1964). Strength of electrical stimulation of lateral hypothalamus, food deprivation, and tolerance for quinine in food. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 58, 55-62.

Wolf, G., & Miller, N. E. (1964). Lateral hypothalamic lesions: Effects on drinking elicited by carbachol in preoptic area and posterior hypothalamus. Science, 143, 585-586.

Barry, H., III, Etheredge, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1965). Counterconditioning and extinction of fear fail to transfer from amobarbital to nondrug state. Psychopharmacologia, 8, 150-156.

Barry, H., III, & Miller, N. E. (1965). Comparison of drug effects on approach, avoidance, and escape motivation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 18-24.

Coons, E. E., Levak, M., & Miller, N. E. (1965). Lateral hypothalamus: Learning of food-seeking response motivated by electrical stimulation. Science, 150, 1320-1321.

DeBold, R. C., Miller, N. E., & Jensen, D. D. (1965). Effect of strength of drive determined by a new technique for appetitive classical conditioning of rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 102-108.

Miller, N. E., & DeBold, R. C. (1965). Classically conditioned tongue-licking and operant bar pressing recorded simultaneously in the rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 109-111.

Stricker, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1965). Thirst measured by licking reinforced on interval schedules: Effects of prewatering and of bacterial endotoxin. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 112-115.

Krieckhaus, E. E., Miller, N. E., & Zimmerman, P. (1965). Reduction of freezing behavior and improvement of shock avoidance by d-amphetamine. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 60, 36-40.

Miller, N. E. (1965). Chemical coding of behavior in the brain. Science, 148, 328-338.

Quartermain, D., Paolino, R. M., & Miller, N. E. (1965). A brief temporal gradient of retrograde amnesia independent of situational change. Science, 149, 1116-1118.

Steinbaum, E. A., & Miller, N. E. (1965). Obesity from eating elicited by daily stimulation of hypothalamus. American Journal of Physiology, 208, 1-5.

Wolf, G., Dahl, L. K., & Miller, N. E. (1965). Voluntary sodium chloride intake of two strains of rats with opposite genetic susceptibility to experimental hypertension. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 120, 301-305.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1966). A technique for mixing the blood of unanesthetized rats. Journal of Applied Physiology, 21, 1873-1874.

Davis, J. D., & Miller, N. E. (1966). A versatile and reliable printing counter. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 9, 545-546.

Miller, N. E. (1966). Some animal experiments pertinent to the problem of

combining psychotherapy with drug therapy. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 7, 1-12.

Miller, N. E. (1966). The nature of appetite. In S. M. Farber, N. L. Wilson, & R. H. L. Wilson (Eds.), Food and civilization (pp. 200-223). Springfield, Illinois: Charles Thomas.

Miller, N. E., & Senf, G. (1966). Evidence for positive induction in instrumental discrimination learning. In A. A. Hairapetian (Ed.), The central and peripheral mechanism of nervous activity (pp. 315-322). Erevan: The Armenian Academy of Sciences.

Paolino, R. M., Quartermain, D., & Miller, N. E. (1966). Different temporal gradients of retrograde amnesia produced by carbon dioxide anesthesia and electroconvulsive shock. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 62, 270-274.

Quartermain, D., & Miller, N. E. (1966). Sensory feedback in time response of drinking elicited by carbachol in preoptic area of rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 62, 350-353.

Miller, N. E. (1967). Behavioral and physiological techniques: Rationale and experimental designs for combining their use. In C. F. Code & W. Heidel (Eds.), Handbook of physiology, Section 6: Alimentary canal, Vol. 1: Food and water intake (pp. 51-61). Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.

Miller, N. E. (1967). Certain facts of learning relevant to the search for its physical basis. In G. C. Quarton, T. Melnechuk & F. O. Schmitt (Eds.), The neurosciences: A study program (pp. 643-652). New York: Rockefeller University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1967). Laws of learning relevant to its biological basis. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 111, 315-325.

Miller, N. E. (1967). Some contributions of behavioral science. In E. & E. Hutchins (Eds.), Scientific progress and human values (pp. 109-120). New York: Elsevier.

Miller, N. E., & Carmona, A. (1967). Modification of a visceral response, salivation in thirsty dogs, by instrumental training with water reward. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 1-6.

Miller, N. E., & DiCara, L. (1967). Instrumental learning of heart-rate changes in curarized rats: Shaping, and specificity to discriminative stimulus. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 12-19.

Quartermain, D., Miller, N. E., & Wolf, G. (1967). Role of experience in relationship between sodium deficiency and rate of bar pressing for salt. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 417-420.

Senf, G., & Miller, N. W. (1967). Evidence for positive induction in discrimination learning. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 64, 121-127.

Adair, E. R., Miller, N. E., & Booth, D. A. (1968). Effects of continuous intravenous infusion of nutritive substance on consummatory behavior in rats. Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A, 2, 25-37.

Davis. J. D., Lulenski, G. C., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Comparative studies of barbiturate self-administration. International Journal of the Addictions, 3, 207-214.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Instrumental learning of peripheral vasomotor responses by rat. Communications in Behavioral Biology, 1, 209-212.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Instrumental learning of systolic blood pressure responses by curarized rats: Dissociation of cardiac and vascular changes. Psychosomatic Medicine, 30, 489-494.

Dicara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Instrumental learning of vasomotor responses by rats: Learning to respond differentially in the two ears. Science, 159, 1485-1486.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Long term retention of instrumentally learned heart-rate changes in the curarized rat. Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A, 2, 19-23.

Macphail, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Cholinergic brain stimulation in cats: Failure to obtain sleep. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 499-503.

Miller, N. E. (1968). Experiments relevant to learning theory and psychopathology [in Russian]. Journal of Higher Nervous Activity I. P. Pavlov, 18, 249-265.

Miller, N. E. (1968). Experiments relevant to psychopathology. In F. C. Redlich, G. L. Klerman, R. K. McDonald, & J. F. O’Connor (Eds.), The university and community mental health (pp. 53-69). New Haven: Yale University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1968). The brain’s critical periods.

Impact of Science on Society, 18, 157-167.

Miller, N. E. (1968). Visceral learning and other additional facts potentially applicable to psychotherapy. In R. Porter (Ed.), The role of learning in psychotherapy (pp. 294-309).

Miller, N. E., & Banuazizi, A. (1968). Instrumental learning by curarized rats of a specific visceral response, intestinal or cardiac. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 1-7.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Changes in heart rate instrumentally learned by curarized rats as avoidance responses. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 8-12.

Miller, N. E., & Chien, C. -W. (1968). Drinking elicited by injecting eserine into preoptic area of rat brain. Communications in Behavioral Biology, Part A,1, 61-63.

Miller, N. E., & DiCara, L. V. (1968). Instrumental learning of urine formation by rats; changes in renal blood flow. American Journal of Physiology, 215, 677-683.

Miller, N. E., DiCara, L. V., & Wolf, G. (1968). Homeostasis and reward: T-maze learning induced by manipulating diuretic hormone. American Journal of Physiology, 215, 684-686.

Stricker, E. M., & Miller, N. E. (1968). Saline preference and body fluid analyses in rats after intrahypothalamic injections of carbachol. Physiology and Behavior, 3, 471-475.

Booth, D. A., Coons, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Blood glucose responses to electrical stimulation of the hypothalamic feeding area. Physiology and Behavior, 4, 991-1001.

Booth, D. A., Coons, E. E., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Lateral hypothalamus mediated effects of a food signal on blood glucose concentration. Physiology and Behavior, 4, 1003-1009.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Heart-rate learning in the noncurarized state, transfer to the curarized state, and subsequent retraining in the noncurarized state. Physiology and Behavior, 4, 621-624.

DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Transfer of instrumentally learned heart-rate changes from curarized and noncurarized state: Implications for a mediational hypothesis. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 68, 159-162.

Leibowitz, S. F., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Unexpected adrenergic effect with chlorpromazine: Eating elicited by injection into rat hypothalamus. Science, 165, 609-611.

Miller, N. E. (1969). Experiments relevant to learning theory and psychopathology.

In Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Congress of Psychology, Moscow, 1966, 146-168. IUSP: Moscow.

Miller, N. E. (1969). Kritische Perioden der Hirnentwicklung. In H. -H. Meyer (Ed.), Seelische Storungen (pp. 85-95). Frankfort am Main: Unschau Verlag.

Miller, N. E. (1969). Learning of visceral and glandular responses. Science, 163, 434-445.

Miller, N. E. (1969). Psychosomatic effects of specific types of training. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 159, 1025-1040.

Miller, N. E., & Weiss, J. M. (1969). Effects of the somatic or visceral responses to punishment. In B. A. Campbell & R. M. Church (Eds.), Punishment and aversive behavior (pp. 343-372). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Slangen, J. L., & Miller, N. E. (1969). Pharmacological tests for the function of hypothalamic norepinephrine in eating behavior. Physiology and Behavior, 4, 543-552.

Miller, N. E. (1970). Educating our viscera. In Science Year, 1971, 180-193. Chicago: Field Enterprises Educational Corporation.

Miller, N. E., DiCara, L. V., Solomon, H., Weiss, J. M., & Dworkin, B. (1970).

Learned modifications of autonomic functions: A review and some new data. Circulation Research, Suppl 1, 26, 27, I-3 to I-11.

Pappas, B. S., DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1970). Learning of blood pressure responses in the noncurarized rat: Transfer to the curarized state. Physiology and Behavior, 5, 1029-1032.

Winson, J., & Miller, N. E. (1970). Comparison of drinking elicited by eserine or DFP injected into preoptic area of rat brain. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 73, 233-237.

Miller, N. E. (1971). Extending the domain of learning. In M. E. Meyer & F. H. Hite (Eds.), The application of learning principles to classroom instruction (pp. 46-62). Bellingham, Washington: Western Washing State College.

Quartermain, D., Kissileff, H., Shapiro, R., & Miller, N. E. (1971). Suppression of food intake with intragastric loading: Relation to natural feeding cycle. Science, 173, 941-943.

Carmona, A., Miller, N., & Demierre, T. (1972). A technique for the continuous recording of gastric vascular tonicity. Physiology and Behavior, 8, 1165-1168.

Miller, N. E. (1972). Autonomic learning: Clinical and physiological implications. In M. Hammer, K. Sulsinger, & S. Sutton (Eds.), Psychopathology (pp. 127-145). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Miller, N. E. (1972). Interactions between learned and physical factors in mental illness. Seminars in Psychiatry, 4, 239-254.

Miller, N. E. (1972). Learning of visceral and glandular responses [postscript]. In D. Singh & C. T. Morgan (Eds.), Current status of physiological psychology: Readings (pp.228-250, postscript begins on page 245). Monterey, California: Brooks/Cole.

Miller, N. E. (1972). A psychologist’s perspective on neural and psychological mechanisms in cardiovascular disease. In A. Zanchetti (Ed.), Neural and psychological mechanisms in cardiovascular disease (pp. 345-360). Milano: Casa Editrice “Il Ponte.”

Pappas, B. S., DiCara, L. V., & Miller, N. E. (1972). Acute sympathectomy by 6-hydroxydopamine in the adult rat: Effects on cardiovascular conditioning and fear retention. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 79, 230-236.

Berntson, G. G., Potolicchio, S. R., Jr., & Miller, N. E. (1973). Evidence for higher functions of the cerebellum: Eating and grooming elicited by cerebellar stimulation in cats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 70, 2497-2499.

Koslovskaya, I. B., Vertes, R. P., & Miller, N. E. (1973). Instrumental learning without proprioceptive feedback. Physiology and Behavior, 10, 101-107.

Miller, N. E. (1973). Biofeedback: Evaluation of a new technique. (Invited editorial). New England Journal of Medicine, 290, 684-685.

Miller, N. E. (1973). Commentary [on Delgado, Roberts and Miller’s “Learning motivated by electrical stimulation of the brain”]. In E. S. Valenstein (Ed.), Brain stimulation and motivation: Research and commentary (pp. 53-68). Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman.

Miller, N. E. (1973). General comments on problems of motivation relevant to smoking. In W. L. Dunn, Jr., (Ed.), Smoking behavior (pp. 209-214). Washington, D.C.: Scripta Technica.

Miller, N. E. (1973). How psychological factors can affect visceral functions. In N. J. Fina (Ed.), Philip Morris Science Symposium (pp. 74-90). New York: Philip Morris.

Carmona, A., Miller, N. E., & Demierre, T. (1974). Instrumental learning of gastric vascular tonicity responses. Psychosomatic Medicine, 36, 156-163.

Miller, N. E. (1974). Applications of psychophysiological research. Rehabilitation Psychology, 21(4), 137-141.

Miller, N. E. (1974). Introduction: Current issues and key problems. In N. E. Miller, T. X. Barber, L. V DiCara, J. Kamiya, D. Shapiro, & J. Stoyva (Eds), Biofeedback and self-control, 1973 (pp. xi-xx). Chicago: Aldine.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1974). Visceral learning: Recent difficulties with curarized rats and significant problems for human research. In P. A. Obrist, A. H. Black, J. Brener, & L. V. DiCara (Eds.), Cardiovascular psychophysiology (pp. 312-331). Chicago: Aldine.

Blizard, D. A., Cowings, P., & Miller, N. E. (1975). Visceral responses to opposite types of autogenic-training imagery. Biological Psychology, 3, 49-55.

Glazer, H. I., Weiss, J. M., Pohorecky, L. A., & Miller, N. E. (1975). Monoamines as mediators of avoidance-escape behavior. Psychosomatic Medicine, 37, 535-543.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Applications of learning and biofeedback to medicine and psychiatry. In Highlights of the 20th annual conference, Veterans Administration studies in mental health and behavioral sciences, Chicago, Illinois, April 9-1, 1975 (pp. 5-16). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government printing Office.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Applications of learning and biofeedback to psychiatry and medicine. In A. M. Freddman, H. I. Kaplan, & B. J. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry/II (pp. 349-365). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Behavioral medicine as a new frontier: Opportunities and dangers. In S. M. Weiss (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Heart and Lung Institute Working Conference on Health Behavior, 1975 (pp. 1-11). Washington, D.C.: DHEW Publ. NIH, 76-868.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Clinical applications of biofeedback: Voluntary control of heart rate, rhythm, and blood pressure. In H. I. Russel (Ed.), New horizons in cardiovascular practice (pp. 239-249). Baltimore: University Park Press.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Control of bodily functions through biofeedback. In G. Lindzey, C. Hall, & R. F. Thompson (Eds.), Psychology (pp. 370-373). New York: Worth.

Miller, N. E. (1975). Some clinical implications of visceral learning. In M. L. Kietzman, S. Sutton, & J. Zubin (Eds.), Experimental approaches to psychopathology (pp. 245-253). New York: Academic Press.

Weiss, J. M., Glazer, H. L., Pohorecky, L. A., Brick, J., & Miller, N. E. (1975). Effects of chronic exposure to stressors on avoidance-escape behavior and on brain norepinephrine. Psychosomatic Medicine, 37, 522-534.

Lynch, W. C., Hama, H., Kohn, S., & Miller, N. E. (1976). Instrumental control of peripheral vasomotor responses in children. Psychophysiology, 13, 219-221.

Miller, N. E. (1976). Fact and fancy about biofeedback and its clinical implications. MS. 1329 (pp. 1-29) in Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association, 6(4), 92.

Miller, N. E. (1976). Learning, stress, and psychosomatic symptoms [Note: Memorial paper in honor of Jerzy Konorski]. Acta Neurobiologica Experimentalis, 36, 141-156.

Miller, N. E. (1976). The role of learning in physiological response to stress. In G. Serban (Ed.), Psychopathology of human adaptation (pp. 25-46). New York: Plenum Press.

Vertes, R. P., & Miller, N. E. (1976). Brain stem neurons that fire selectively to a conditioned stimulus for shock. Brain Research, 103, 229-242.

Dworkin, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1977). Visceral learning in the curarized rat. In G. E. Schwartz & J. Beatty (Eds.), Biofeedback: Theory and research (pp. 221-242). New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1977). Clinical applications of visceral learning and biofeedback In Recent trends in neurophysiology (pp. 164-178, in Russian). Leningrad: Scientific Publications.

Miller, N. E. (1977). Effect of learning on gastrointestinal functions. Clinics in Gastroenterology, 6, 533-546.

Miller, N. E. (1977). Foreword. In J. Olds (Ed.), Drives and reinforcements: Behavioral studies of hypothalamic functions (pp. v-vi). New York: Raven Press.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1977). Critical issues in therapeutic applications of biofeedback. In G. E. Schwartz & J. Beatty (Eds.), Biofeedback: Theory and research (pp. 129-161). New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1977). Effects of learning on visceral functions - biofeedback. New England Journal of Medicine, 296, 1274-1278.

Pickering, T. G., Brucker, B., Frankel, H. L., Mathias, C. J., Dworking, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1977). Mechanisms of learned voluntary control of blood pressure in patients with generalized bodily paralysis. In J. Beatty & H. Legewie (Eds.), Biofeedback and behavior (pp. 225-234). New York: Plenum Press.

Pickering, T. G., & Miller, N. E. (1977). Learned voluntary control of heart rate and rhythm in two subjects with premature ventricular contractions. British Heart Journal, 39, 152-159.

Miller, N. E. (1978). Biofeedback and visceral learning. Annual Review of Psychology, 28, 373-404.

Dworkin, B. R., Filewich, R. J., Miller, N. E., Craigmyle, N., &

Pickering, T. G. (1979). Baroreceptor activation reduces reactivity to noxious stimulation: Implications for hypertension. Science, 205, 1299-1301.

Dworkin, B. R., Miller, N. E., & Brines, M. L. (1979). Visceral learning and homeostasis. In Proceedings of the 1979 Joint Automatic Control Conference (pp. 579-582). New York: American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Miller, N. E. (1979). Behavioral medicine: New opportunities but serious dangers. Behavioral Medicine Update, 1(2), 5-7.

Miller, N. E. (1979). Foreword. In W. J. Ray, J. M. Raczynski, T. Rogers, & W. H. Kimball (Eds.), Evaluation of clinical biofeedback (pp. vii-ix). New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E. (1979). General discussion and a review of recent results with paralyzed patients. In R. J. Gatchel & K. P. Price (Eds.), Clinical applications of biofeedback: Appraisal and status (pp. 215-225). New York: Pergamon Press.

Miller, N. E. (1979). John Dollard. In D. L. Sills (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social science, Vol. 18, Biographical supplement (pp. 150-153). New York: The Free Press.

Miller, N. E. (1979). Psychosomatic effects in learning. In E. Meyer, III, & J. V. Brady (Eds.), Research in the psychobiology of human behavior (pp. 33-58). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1979). The scientist’s responsibility for public information: A guide to effective communication with the media (a manual, pp. 1-19). Bethesda, Maryland: Society for Neuroscience.

Miller, N. E. (1979). Walter R. Miles (1885-1978). Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, 89-94.

Miller, N. E., & Brucker, B. S. (1979). A learned visceral response apparently independent of skeletal ones in patients paralyzed by spinal lesions. In N. Birbaumer & H. D. Kimmel (Eds.), Biofeedback and self-regulation (pp. 287-304). Hillside, New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Dworkin, B. R., Filewich, R. J., daCosta, J., Eissenberg, E., & Miller, N. E. (1980). A chronic arterial catheter and low compliance system for recording blood pressure and heart rate from the rat. American Journal of Physiology, 239, H137-H141.

Miller, N. E. (1980). A perspective on the effects of stress and coping on disease and health. In S. Levine & H. Ursin (Eds.), Coping and health (pp. 323-353). New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E. (1980). Applications of learning and biofeedback to psychiatry and medicine. In H. I. Kaplan, A. M. Freedman, & B. J. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive text of psychiatry/III (pp. 468-484). Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins.

Miller, N. E. (1980). Effects of learning on physical symptoms produced by psychological stress. In H. Selye (Ed.), Selye’s guide to stress research, Vol. 1 (pp. 131-167). New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Miller, N. E. (1980). Introduction: Brain-stimulation reward and theories of reinforcement. In A. Routtenberg (Ed.), Biology of reinforcement: Facets of brain stimulation reward (pp. 1-7). New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1980). Review of the “The pain of obesity” (1976) by A. J. Stunkard. In Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 5, 347-349.

Miller, N. E. (1980). Walter R. Miles (1885-1978). American Psychologist, 35, 595-596.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1980). Different ways in which learning is involved in homeostasis. In R. F. Thompson, L. H., Hicks, & V. B. Shyvrkov (Eds.), Neural mechanisms and learning (pp. 57-73). New York: Academic Press.

Keller, S. E., Weiss, J. M., Schleifer, S. J., Miller, N. E., & Stein, M. (1981). Suppression of immunity by stress: Effect of a graded series of stressors on lymphocyte stimulation in the rat. Science, 213, 1397-1400.

Krantz, D. S., Glass, D. C., Contrada, R., & Miller, N. E. (1981). Behavior and health: Mechanisms and research issues. Social Science Research Council Items, 35, 1-6.

Miller, N. E. (1981). An overview of behavioral medicine: Opportunities and dangers. [Note: Based on his Presidential address given at the meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, Snowbird, Utah, June 1979] In S. M. Weiss, J. A. Herd, & B. H. Fox (Eds.), Perspectives on behavioral medicine (pp. 3-22). New York: Academic Press.

Miller, N. E. (1981). Behavioral medicine, biofeedback, and homeostasis. New applications of learning. Psychiatric Annals, 11(2), 31-45.

Miller, N. E. (1981). Effects of stress and coping on physical health [in Chinese]. Shinli Kexue Tongxiun, 3, 1-10.

Miller, N. E. (1981). Hypertension: Effects of learning and stress. In Hypertension: Biobehavioral and epidemiological aspects, 1981 (pp. 75-92). Joint USA-USSR Symposium, Bethesda, MD, May 18-19, 1981. NIH Publication No. 80-22015.

Miller, N. E. (1981). Learning in the homeostatic regulation of visceral processes. In G. Adam, I. Meszaros, & E. I. Banyai (Eds.), Advances in physiological science, Vol. 17, Brain and behavior (pp. 141-151). Budapest: Akademiai, Kiado.

Miller, N. E. (1981). The role of learning in homeostasis [followed by a panel report in which Miller’s comments on the role of determinism in his thought]. Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science, 16, 67-69; 73-76. [Note: this reference forms part of a more inclusive one (pp. 63-76) entitled “Man in his environment: Reflections by W. Horsley Gantt, Neal E. Miller, and Joseph Wolpe.”]

Miller, N. E. (1981). The role of learning in neuroses, visceral responses and therapy [in Chinese]. Shinli Kexue Tongxiun, 3, 43-50.

Miller, N. E. (1982). General perspective: Need for evaluation and basic research. In E. Richter-Heinrich & N. E. Miller (Eds.), Biofeedback - Basic problems and clinical applications (pp. 13-18). Berlin: VEB Deutscher Verlad der Wissenschaften.

Miller, N. E. (1982). John Dollard (1900-1980). American Psychologist, 37, 587-588.

Miller, N. E. (1982). Learning and regulation of visceral processes [in Russian]. Journal of Higher Neurological Functions, 31, 728-739.

Miller, N. E. (1982). Motivation and psychological stress. In D. W. Pfaff (Ed.), The physiological mechanisms of motivation (pp. 409-432). New York: Springer Verlag.

Miller, N. E. (1982). Some behavioral factors relevant to cancer. In S. M. Levy (Ed.), Biological mediators of behavior and diseases: Neoplasia (pp. 113-122). New York: Elsevier Biomedical.

Miller, N. E. (1982). Some directions for clinical and experimental research on biofeedback. In L. White & B. Tursky (Eds.), Clinical biofeedback: Efficacy and mechanisms (pp. 1-20). New York: Guilford.

Miller, N. E., & Dworkin, B. R. (1982). Potentialities of automation and of continuous recording and training in life. In R. S. Surwit, R. B. Williams, Jr., A. Steptoe, & R. Biersner (Eds.), Behavioral treatment of disease (pp. 245-258). NATO Conference Series, 3. New York: Plenum Press.

Miller, N. E. (1983). Behavioral medicine: Symbiosis between laboratory and clinic. Annual Review of Psychology, 34, 1-31.

Miller, N. E. (1983). Some main themes and highlights of the conference. In G. C. Stone (Ed.), Health Psychology, 2, 11-14: Suppl. to the Proceedings of the National Working Conference on Education and Training in Health Psychology, May 23-27.

Miller, N. E. (1983). Understanding the use of animals in behavioral research: Some critical issues. In J. A. Sechzer (Ed.), The role of animals in biomedical research. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 406, 113-118.

Keller, S. E., Weiss, J. M., Schleifer, S. J., Miller, N. E., & Stein, M. (1983). Stress-induced suppression of immunity in adrenalectomized rats. Science, 221, 1301-1304.

Coile, D. C., & Miller, N. E. (1984). How radical animal activists try to mislead humane people. American Psychologist, 38, 700-701.

Miller, N. E. (1984). Behavioral medicine. In R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology, Vol. 1, 126-130. New York: Wiley Interscience.

Miller, N. E. (1984). Learning: Some facts and needed research relevant to maintaining health. In J. D. Matarazzo, S. M. Weiss, J. A. Herd, N. E. Miller, & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Behavioral health: A handbook of health enhancement and disease prevention (pp. 199-208). New York: Wiley Interscience.

Miller, N. E. (1984). Synthesis and some future needs. In J. A. Herd, A. M. Gotto, P. G. Kaufman, & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Cardiovascular instrumentation: Applicability on new technology to biobehavioral research (pp. 321-326). Washington, D.C.: NIH Publication No. 84-1654.

Miller, N. E. (1984). Value and ethics of research on animals. Laboratory Primate Newsletter, 23(3), 1-10.

Dworkin, B., Miller, N. E., Dworkin, S., Birbaumer, N., Brines, M. L., Jonas, S., Schwentker, E. P., & Graham, J. J. (1985). Behavioral method for the treatment of idiopathic scoliosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 82, 2493-2497.

Landis, B., Jovanovic, L., Landis, E., Peterson, C. M., Groshen, S., Johnson, K., & Miller, N. E. (1985). Effect of stress reduction on daily glucose range in previously stabilized insulin-dependent diabetic patients. Diabetes Care, 8, 624-626.

Miller, N. E. (1985). Effects of emotional stress on the immune system. Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science, 20(April-June), 47-52.

Miller, N. E. (1985). Prologue. In Zimbardo, P. (1985). Psychology and life (11 ed.) (pp. i-vii). Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman.

Miller, N. E. (1985). Rx.: Biofeedback. Psychology Today, 19(2), 54-57.

Miller, N. E. (1985). Some professional and scientific problems and opportunities for biofeedback. . [Note: Presidential address presented at the meeting of the Biofeedback Society of America, April 14, 1985, New Orleans.] Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 10(1), 3-24

Miller, N. E. (1985). The value of behavioral research on animals. American Psychologist, 40, 423-440.

Miller, N. E. (1985). Theoretical models relating animal experiment on fear to clinical phenomena. In A. H. Tuma & J. D. Maser (Eds.), Anxiety and the anxiety disorders (pp. 261-272). Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum.

Dworkin, B. R., & Miller, N. E. (1986). Failure to replicate visceral learning in the acute curarized rat preparation. Behavioral Neuroscience, 100, 299-314.

Miller, N. E. (1986). Geleitwort (Prologue) [in German]. In W. Miltner, N. Birbaumer, W. D. Gerber (Eds.), Verhaltenssmedizin. Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.

Miller, N. E. (1986). The morality and humaneness of animal research on stress and pain. In D. D. Kelly (Ed.), Stress-induced analgesia. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 467, 402-404.

Miller, N. E. (1987). Behavioral medicine. In G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of neuroscience, (pp. 122-124). Boston, Massachusetts: Birkhauser.

Miller, N. E. (1987). Education for a lifetime of learning. In G. C. Stone, S. M. Weiss, J. D. Matarazzo, N. E. Miller, J. Rodin, C. D. Belar, M. J. Follick, & J. E. Singer (Eds.), Health psychology: A discipline and a profession (pp. 3-13). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Miller, N. E. (1987). General comments [contained within] Circulation,76, Supplement Conference on Behavioral Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease; Circulation Monograph Number 6, Part 2, 76, 221-222.

Stone, G. C., Weiss, S. M., Matarazzo, J. D., Miller, N. E., Rodin, J., Belar, C. D., Follick, M. J., & Singer, J. E. (Eds.) (1987). Health psychology in the twenty-first century. In Health psychology: A discipline and a profession (pp. 513-524). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Zipes, D. P., Levy, M. N., Cobb, L. A., Julius, S., Kaufman, P. G., Miller, N. E., & Verrier, R. L. (1987). Task force 2: Sudden cardiac death. Neural-cardiac interactions. Circulation, 76, (Suppl. I), 202-207.

Cowings, P. S., Toscano, W. B., Kamiya, J., Miller, N. E., & Sharp, J. C. (1988). Final report: Spacelab 3 flight experiment AFT23: Autogenic-feedback training as a preventive method for space adaptation syndrome. NASA.

Miller, N. E. (1988). The Neesima Lectures, Medical Psychology: I. Experimental studies of fear (anxiety) and their clinical implications. II. Effects of psychological stress and coping on the health of the body. Japan: Doshisha University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1989). Biomedical foundations for biofeedback as a part of behavioral medicine. In J. V. Basmajian (Ed.), Biofeedback: Principles and practice for clinicians (3rd ed.) (pp. 5-15). Baltimore, Maryland: Williams & Wilkins.

Miller, N. E. (1989). Placebo factors in treatment: Views of a psychologist. In M. Shepherd & N. Sartorius (Eds.), Non-specific aspects of treatment (pp.39-55). Toronto, Canada: Hans Huber Publishers [on behalf of World Health Organization].

Miller, N. E. (1989). Truth is victim of animal advocates’ zeal. New Haven Register [Connecticut], February 22, p. 11.

Miller, N. E. (1990). Biofeedback: Removing the body’s blindfolds, In Institute for the Advancement of Health, How your mind affects your health: An overview by leaders in the field, 19-25. San Francisco, California: Institute for the Advancement of Health.

Miller, N. E. (1990). How the brain affects the health of the body. In K. D. Craig & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Health enhancement, disease prevention, and early intervention (pp. 3-26). New York: Springer.

Miller, N. E. (1991). Commentary on Ulrich: Need to check truthfulness of statements by opponents of animal research. Psychological Science, 2(6), 422-424. American Psychological Society.

Miller, N. E. (1992). Behavior to the brain to health. In F. Samson & G. Adelman (Eds.), The neurosciences: Paths of discovery, II, (pp. 283-305). Boston, Massachusetts: Birkhauser.

Miller, N. E. (1992). Introducing and teaching much-needed understanding of the scientific process. [Note: Address upon receiving on August 16, 1991 the Award from the American Psychological Association for “Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology”] American Psychologist, 47(7), 848-850.

Miller, N. E. (1992). Some examples of psychophysiology and the unconscious. Biofeedback and self-regulation, 17(1), 3-16. New York: Plenum Publishing.

Miller, N. E. (1992). Some trends from the history to the future of behavioral medicine. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 14(4), 307-309.

Miller, N. E. (1992). The question of demonstrating important psychosocial influences is two questions: Can they occur? How much variance do they account for? Advances [The Journal of Mind-Body Health], 8(3), 26-28.

Taub, E., Miller, N. E., Novack, T. A., Cook, E. W., III, Fleming, W. C., Nepomuceno, C. S., Connell, J. S., & Crago, J. E. (1993). Technique to improve chronic motor deficit after stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 74, 347-354.

Birbaumer, N., Flor, H., Cevey, B., Dworkin, B., & Miller, N. E. (1994). Behavioral treatment of scoliosis and kyphosis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 38(6), 623-628.

Cowings, P. S., Toscano, W. B., Miller, N. E., & Reynoso, S. (1994). Autogenic feedback training as a treatment for airsickness in high-performance military aircraft: Two case studies. In NASA Technical Memorandum 108810, March, (pp. 1-20). NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration).

Miller, N. E. (1994). A bridge across a chasm: Learning and physiological regulation. [Review of a book by Barry R. Dworkin, “Learning and Physiological Regulation.”] Contemporary Psychology, 39(11), 1027-1029.

Miller, N. E. (1994). Letter to the Editor. International Journal of Stress Management, 1(1), 129-130.

Taub, E., Crago, J. E., Burgio, L. D., Groomes, T., Cook, E. W., II, DeLuca, S. C., & Miller, N. E. (1994). An operant approach to rehabilitation medicine: Overcoming learned nonuse by shaping. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 61(2), 281-293.

Cowings, P. S., Toscano, W. B., & Miller, N. E. (1995). Visceral learning in the treatment of motion sickness. AAPB (Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback) White Paper. Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Miller, N. E. (1995). Clinical-experimental interactions in the development of neuroscience: A primer for non-specialists and lessons for young scientists. [Note: An invited address as the first of the annual Neal E. Miller Distinguished Lecture series. It was delivered at the 104th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 12-16, 1994, in Los Angeles, California.] American Psychologist, 50, 901-911.

Miller, N. E. (1995). Perspective on behavioral medicine and the brain’s hierarchy of homeostatic controls. In T. Kikuchi, H. Sakuma, I. Saito, & K. Tsuboi (Eds.), Biobehavioral self-regulation: Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 229-245). Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.

Cowings, P. S., Stout, C., Toscano, W. B., Reynoso, S., DeRoshia, C., & Miller, N. E. (1996). The effects of promethazine on human performance, mood states, and motion sickness tolerance. NASA Technical Memorandum 110420, November, (pp. 1-22). Moffett Field, California: Ames Research Center.

Miller, N. E. (1997). How to prepare for our future of totally unexpected opportunities. In R. L. Solso (Ed.), Mind and brain sciences in the 21st Century (pp. 265-270). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Books

Dollard, J., Miller, N. E., Doob, L. W., Mowrer, O. H., & Sears, R. R. (1939). Frustration and Aggression. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Miller, N. E., & Dollard, J. (1941). Social Learning and Imitation. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Miller, N. E., (Ed.) (1947). Psychological Research on Pilot Training, Report No. 8. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Dollard, J. & Miller, N. E. (1950). Personality and Psychotherapy: An analysis in terms of learning, thinking and culture. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Miller, N. E. (1957). Graphic Communication and the Crisis in Education. Washington, D.C.: Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, National Education Association.

Miller, N. E. (1971). Neal E. Miller: Selected Papers. Chicago: Aldine-Atherton.

Richter-Heinrich, E., & Miller, N. E. (Eds.). (1982). In Biofeedback - Basic Problems and Clinical Applications. Berlin: VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften.

Matarazzo, J. D., Weiss, S. M., Herd, J.A., Miller, N. E. & Weiss, S. M. (Eds.). (1984). Behavioral health: A handbook of health enhancement and disease prevention. New York: Wiley Interscience.