Research Interests Syllabus for Psychology 200 Latin American Association

 

Dr. Donis' Publications and Presentations

Publications:

Donis, F. J. (in preparation). The differential discriminability of lateral versus vertical mirror-image stimuli by pigeons.

Joseph, W., Mate-Kole, C. C., Conway, J., & Donis, F. J. (2006). An examination of the cross-cultural sensitivity of the Symptom Checklist-90-R among people of African descent. Humbolt Journal of social Relations, 30, 146-160.

Donis, F. J., Chase, S. & Heinemann, E. G. (2005) Effects of identical context on visual patterns recognition by pigeons. Learning & Behavior, 33, 90-98.

Donis, F. J. (1999). The oblique effect in pigeons. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113, 107-115.

Donis, F. J. & Heinemann, E. G. (1993). The object-line inferiority effect in pigeons. Perception and Psychophysics, 53, 117-122.

Ford, C. & Donis, F. J. (1996). The relationship between age and gender in workers’ attitudes toward sexual harassment. Journal of Psychology, 130, 627-633

Donis, F. J., Heinemann, E. G., & Chase, S. (1994). Context effects in visual pattern recognition by pigeons. Perception & Psychophysics, 55, 676-688.

Donis, F. J., & Heinemann, E. G. (1993). The object-line inferiority effect in pigeons.  Perception & Psychophysics, 53, 117-122.

 

Professional Presentations:

Salinas, M., & Donis, F. J., Latino Mentorship and future leadership development.  Paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Connecticut Association of Latinos in Higher Education in June 2007, Storrs, Connecticut.

Donis, F. J. The discriminability of lines by pigeons depends on their orientation.  Paper presented in the Meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association in May 2007, Chicago, Illinois.

Salinas, M., & Donis, F. J. Multimodal mentorship and academic success.  Paper presented at the Second Annual Conference of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education in March, 2007, Costa Mesa, California.

Donis, F. J., Torres, J. & Linnemann, K. The differential discriminability of lateral versus vertical mirror-image stimuli by pigeons.  Paper presented at the 13th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Comparative Psychology in September 2006, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Donis, F. J., Broderick, S., Ortiz, D., & Chozick, M. Confusion of mirror-image stimuli by pigeons.  Paper presented at the Joint Meeting of the XVI Congreso de la Sociedad Espaola de Psicologia Comparada, and the 12th Meetingof the International Society for Comparative Psychology in September 2004, Oviedo, Spain.

Donis, F. J. The possible contribution of mirror-images confusion to the oblique effect in pigeons. Paper presented at the 13th Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology in September 2001, San Sebastian, Spain.

Donis, F. J. Face inferiority effects in pigeons. Paper presented at the 8th Biennial meeting of the International Society for Comparative Psychology in September 1998, Cape Town, South Africa.

Donis, F. J. Context inferiority effects in visual pattern recognition by Pigeons. Paper presented at the 9th Congress of the Spanish Society of Comparative Psychology in September 1997, Salamanca, Spain.

Donis, F. J. Orientational line anisotropy in pigeons. Paper presented at the 4th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition in March 1997, Florida USA.

Donis, F. J. The oblique effect in pigeons. Paper presented at the 7th Biennial meeting of the International Society for Comparative Psychology in August 1996, Montreal, Canada.

Donis, F. J. The identification of lines of different orientation: Context and Anisotropy. Invited lecture presented at the University College Galway, Republic of Ireland, in November of 1995.

Donis, F. J. Differences and similarities in visual context effects between humans and pigeons. Presented at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, November, 1993.

Donis, F. J., Heinemann, E. G. and Chase, S. Context effects in patterns recognition by pigeons and humans. Invited paper presented at a Symposium on Animal Psychophysics of the XXV International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, Belgium, July, 1992.

Donis, F. J. Context superiority and inferiority effects in pigeons. Meetings of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY, April 1991.

 

 

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