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1 July 2015 JOSEPH EDWARD STEINMETZ Curriculum Vitae BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Home: 145 N. High St, Apt 301 Columbus, OH Phone: Work: Office of Academic Affairs The Ohio State University 203 Bricker Hall 190 North Oval Mall Columbus, OH Phone: Cell: Fax: EDUCATION Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan: B.S. in Psychology; 1977 Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan: M.A. in Experimental Psychology; 1979 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio: Ph.D. in Physiological Psychology; 1983 POSITIONS Stanford University, Stanford, California ( ) NIMH Postdoctoral Research Fellow ( ) Research Associate ( ) Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana ( ) Assistant Professor of Psychology, Neural Science, and Cognitive Science ( ) Associate Professor of Psychology, Neural Science, and Cognitive Science ( ) Professor of Psychology, Neural Science, and Cognitive Science ( ) Honors College Faculty ( ) Eleanor Cox Riggs Professor of Psychology ( ) Distinguished Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences (2006) Chair of Psychology ( ) Senior Advisor to the Dean of Arts & Sciences on Long-Range Planning ( ) Executive Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences ( ) 1

2 University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas ( ) Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ( ) Professor of Molecular Bioscience and Psychology ( ) University Distinguished Professor ( ) The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (2009 Present) Executive Dean of Arts and Sciences and Vice Provost, Academic Affairs ( ) Professor of Psychology (2009 Present) Professor of Neuroscience (2009 Present) Executive Vice President and Provost (2013 Present) POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS TRAINED Jeffrey Amundson, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: M. Todd Allen, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Brenda J. Anderson, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Matthew Blankenship, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Gabrielle B. Britton, Ph.D. Graduate Student: Gengxin Chen, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Sunyoung Cho, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: John T. Green, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Thomas J. Gould, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Lynn J. Harris, Ph.D., Senior Postdoctoral Fellow: Donald B. Katz, Ph.D. Graduate Student: Derick Lindquist, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow: Sheree F. Logue, Ph.D. Graduate Student: Daniel P. Miller, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Ronald F. Rogers, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Linda Rorick, Graduate Student: Lonnie L. Sears, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Greta B. Sokoloff, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Jo Anne Tracy, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Ronald P. Villarreal, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow: Richard Vogel, Graduate Student: Brandt Young, Ph.D., Graduate Student: Awards and Recognition AWARDS, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS and ACTIVITIES Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, Indiana University (1988) Outstanding Young Faculty Award, Indiana University (1990) Elected, Sigma Xi (1992) Troland Research Award, United States National Academy of Sciences (1996) Elected Fellow, American Psychological Society [now Association for Psychological Science] (1996) Distinguished Faculty Award, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences (2000) Elected Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 6 (2002) Distinguished Alumni Award, Central Michigan Univ. Brain Research & Neuroscience Program (2004) Elected Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists (2005) Elevated to the Rank of Distinguished Professor, Indiana University (2006) Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, Alumni Association, Central Michigan University (2006) 2

3 Elevated to the Rank of University Distinguished Professor, University of Kansas (2007) W. Horsley Gantt Medal for Career Research Contributions, The Pavlovian Society (2008) Selected as Honorary Member, Torch Chapter of Mortar Board, University of Kansas (2009) Selected as Faculty Honorary Member, Phi Kappa Phi, The Ohio State University (2010) Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2011) Elected Honorary Member, Phi Beta Kappa, Epsilon of Ohio at The Ohio State University (2012) Honorary Doctor of Science Degree, Central Michigan University (2012) Honoree, Columbus Association for the Performing Arts Annual Gala (2013) Professional Society and Organization Memberships and Service Member, Society for Neuroscience (1980 Present) Member, International Brain Research Organization (1980 Present) Charter Member, Association for Psychological Science (1988 Present) Member, American Psychological Association ( ) Member, Research Society on Alcoholism ( ) Member, Pavlovian Society (1997 Present) Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2000 Present) Member, Council of Graduate Programs of Psychology ( ) Member, Indiana University Alliance of Distinguished and Titled Professors ( ) Member, Mississippi Valley Arts and Sciences Deans Conference ( ) Member, AAU Deans of Arts and Sciences ( ) Member, CIC Deans of Arts and Sciences ( ) Founding Member: Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities ( ) Member, AAU Provosts (2013 Present) Member, CIC Provosts and Board of Directors (2013 Present) Member, Board of Directors, American Psychological Society (APS) ( ; ) Member and Chair, Program Committee, APS Annual Meeting ( , ex officio ) Chair, APS Satellite Meeting on Biology & Behavior, APS Annual Meeting (1997) Member, APS Publications Committee ( ) Member, APS Nominations Committee ( , ) APS Representative, National Institute on Drug Abuse Annual Constituency Meeting (1996) Member, Executive Committee, The Pavlovian Society ( ) President-Elect, President, & Past-President, Pavlovian Society ( ) Program Chair, Annual Meeting of the Pavlovian Society (2003) Member, Awards Committee, Division 6, American Psychological Association ( ) Chair, Awards Committee, Division 6, American Psychological Association ( ) Member, Selection Committee, APA Early Distinguished Career Award - Behavioral Neuroscience (2004) Member, Board of Directors, Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (2007 Present) Member, Strategic Planning Committee for the Future of APS Publications ( ) President-Elect, President & Past President, Association for Psychological Science (APS) ( ) Member, Council of Scientific Society President ( ) Faculty, New Dean s Workshop, Council on Colleges of Arts and Sciences (July and October, 2009) Co-Chair, Program Committee, AAU Dean s Arts and Science Annual Meeting (March, 2011) Editorial Appointments Editor-in-Chief, Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews ( ) Editor-in-Chief, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science ( ) Editorial Board, Behavioral Neuroscience, ( ) Consulting Editor, Sage Publications ( ) Editorial Associate, Behavioral and Brain Sciences ( ) Co-Editor, Special Issue of the Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, November, Vol 84(3), Research Consulting/Affiliations Investigator, Alcohol Research Center, Indiana University Medical School ( ) 3

4 Scientific Consultant, Roche Pharmaceutics ( ) Investigator, Center for Biobehavioral Neurosciences in Communication Disorders ( ) Investigator, Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities Research Ctr, U. Kansas, ( ) Investigator, Schieffelbusch Life Span Institute, University of Kansas, ( ) Grant Review Service Reviewer, Ad hoc, National Institute on Drug Abuse, DABR-3 Panel ( ) Reviewer, National Institute of Mental Health, Special Emphasis Panels ( ; 1998; 2000) Reviewer, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Special Emphasis Panel (1997) Reviewer, Ad hoc, National Institute of Health IRG Panel MDCN-7 (1999) Regular Member, National Institute of Health IRG Panel BBBP-1 ( ) Regular Member, National Institute of Health IRG Panel BRLE ( ); Ad Hoc ( ) Member, National Institutes of Health IRG Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 BDFN-2 (2005) Member, National Institutes of Health IRG Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 IFCN-D (2005) Member, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Growth Initiative Review Panel (2006; 2008) Member, National Institutes of Health IRG Training in Neuroscience Panel ZRG1 F02a J-20 (2009) External Review Service External Reviewer, Department of Psychology, Rutgers - Camden (1997) External Reviewer, Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh (1998) External Reviewer, AAAS, Social and Behavioral Science Programs, University of Mississippi (2001) External Reviewer, Department of Psychology, Louisiana State University (2004) External Chair, University of South Florida PhD Dissertation Committee for Daniel Paredes (2007) External Reviewer, Department of Psychology, Texas A&M University (2009) External Reviewer, Department of Psychology, Miami (Ohio) University (2004, 2010) External Reviewer, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Iowa (2013) External Reviewer, President Jay Perman, University of Maryland, Baltimore (2015) University of Kansas Service Member, Board of Trustees, Kansas University Center for Research ( ) KUCR Board of Trustees Executive Committee ( ) Member, Board of Directors, Merrill Advanced Studies Center, University of Kansas ( ) Member, Academic Advisory Council, KU Center for the Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets ( ) Member, Academic Advisory Council, KU Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis ( ) Member, Advisory Board, Kansas Center for Neuroscience Research Excellence ( ) Member, Advisory Board, Wolfe Teaching Excellence Award ( ) Member, Advisory Board, KU Center for Science Education ( ) Member, Advisory Board, UKanTeach Program ( ) Member, Task Force on Distance Education, University of Kansas ( ) Member, Task Force on Edwards Campus, University of Kansas (2007) Chair and Director, University of Kansas Neuroscience Advisory Group ( ) Member, Graduate Studies Administrative Structure Committee (2007) Member, Committee on Reporting of Financial Information (2007) Member, Search Committee for the Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies (2007) Member, Search Committee for the Director of the Life Span Institute ( ) Member, University Research Core Laboratories Committee ( ) Member, University Animal Care Advisory Committee ( ) Member, University Tuition Advisory Committee ( ) Member, University Task Force on Initiative 2015 ( ) Chair, Review Committee, KU Institute for Policy and Society Research (2008) Member, University Review Committee for Dean of Journalism ( ) The Ohio State University Service Member, President s Council ( ) Member, Council of Deans ( ); Member, Steering Committee ( ); 4

5 Chair (2013 Present) Member, Oversight Committee, Materials Research Science and Education Center ( ) Member, Oversight Committee, Byrd Polar Research Center ( ) Member, Oversight Committee, Institute for Materials Research ( ) Member, Task Force on Nine-Month Faculty Appointments ( ) Chair, Search Committee for Dean of College of Engineering ( ) Member, Metro STEM School Partnership Group ( ) Member, Metro Early College High School Governing Board ( ); Member, Finance Committee ( ) Member, University Senate Steering Committee (2009 Present) Member, University Senate Fiscal Committee ( ) Member, Semester Conversion Executive Committee ( ) Member, Enrollment Management Committee ( ) Member, CBEC Building Executive Planning Committee ( ) Member, Executive Committee, Life Sciences and Environmental Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs ( ) Lead Dean, Environmental Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs ( ) Member, Board of Advisors, Center for Ethics and Values ( ) Member, Internal Advisory Committee, Pre-doctoral Training Program in Neuroscience ( ) Member, Internal Advisory Board, NSF-OSTEP Program (2010 Present); Chair (2013 Present) Member, Steering Committee of the Regional Campus Cluster Support Team ( ) Member, President s and Provost Council on Strategic Internationalization ( ) Member, Internal Advisory Committee, OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center (2011 Present); Chair (2013 Present) Member, High Street Development Advisory Task Force ( ) Chair, Senior Management Council (2013 Present) Member, President s Cabinet (2013 Present) Chair, North Campus Residential Housing Executive Steering Group (2013 Present) Member, Board of Directors, The Ohio State University Foundation (2013 Present); Member, Executive Committee (2013 Present) Member, Governing Board, Ohio LSAMP Alliance (2013 Present) Member, Board of Trustees, The Wexner Center for the Arts (2013 Present) Member, Board of Directors, The Ohio State University Gateways (2014 Present) Community Service Member, Advisory Board, Brunson Homeowners Association ( ) Member, Board of Trustees, The Columbus Symphony Orchestra ( ) Honorary Chair, The Columbus Symphony Orchestra Annual Gala (2013) Member, Board of Directors, Experience Columbus (2013 Present) Member, Experience Columbus Collaborative Marketing Committee (2015 Present) Member, Board of Trustees, Columbus Area Performing Arts (2014 Present) RESEARCH INTERESTS Neuroanatomical and neurophysiological substrates of learning and memory Effects of alcohol on neural and behavioral function Neurobiological and behavioral models of fetal alcohol syndrome Neurobiology of simple human learning, memory and cognitive function Peer-Reviewed Papers PUBLICATIONS 5

6 Romano, A.G., Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1980). A versatile cat-restraint system. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 12, Steinmetz, J.E., Cervenka, J., Robinson, C., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1981). The fixation of spinal reflexes in rats by central and peripheral sensory input. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 95, Steinmetz, J.E., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1981). Statistical programs for the Apple II microcomputer. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 13, 1981, 702. Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L., Cervenka, J., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1982). Temporal parameters involved in the retention of spinal reflex alterations in the spinalized rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 96, Steinmetz, J.E., Cervenka, J., Dobson, J., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1982). Central and peripheral influences on retention of postural asymmetry in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 96, Steinmetz, J.E., Lupica, C.R., Secard, C.M. & Patterson, M.M. (1982). Effects of manipulating stimulation intensity and duration on fixation of a peripherally induced spinal reflex alteration in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 29, Beggs, A.L., Steinmetz, J.E., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1983). Extinction and retention of a classically conditioned flexor nerve response in acute spinal cats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 97, Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L., Lupica, C.R. & Patterson, M.M. (1983). Effects of local anesthesia injections on the persistence of peripherally induced postural asymmetries in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 97, Polenchar, B.E., Romano, A.G., Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1984). Effects of US parameters on classical conditioning of cat hindlimb flexion. Animal Learning & Behavior, 12, Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L., Cervenka, J. & Patterson, M.M. (1984). Long-lasting alteration of postural asymmetry in rats induced by cerebellar lesion and stimulation. Physiological Psychology, 12, Beggs, A.L., Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1985). Classical conditioning of a flexor nerve response in spinal cats: Effects of a tibial nerve CS and a differential conditioning paradigm. Behavioral Neuroscience, 99, McCormick, D.A., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1985). Lesions of the inferior olivary complex cause extinction of the classically conditioned eyelid response. Brain Research, 359, Romano, A.G., Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1985). An Apple microcomputer system in physiological psychology. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 17, Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L., Molea, D. & Patterson, M.M. (1985). Long-term retention of a peripherally induced flexor reflex alteration in rats. Brain Research, 327, Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1985). Fixation of spinal reflex alterations in rats by sensory nerve stimulation. Behavioral Neuroscience, 99, Mauk, M.D., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1986). Classical conditioning using stimulation of the inferior olive as the unconditioned stimulus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 83, Patterson, M.M. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1986). Long-lasting alterations of spinal reflexes: A potential basis for somatic dysfunction. Manual Medicine, 2,

7 Port, R.L., Romano, A.G., Steinmetz, J.E., Mikhail, A.A. & Patterson, M.M. (1986). Retention and acquisition of classical trace conditioned responses by rabbits with hippocampal lesions. Behavioral Neuroscience, 100, Steinmetz, J.E., Rosen, D.J., Chapman, P.F., Lavond, D.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1986). Classical conditioning of the rabbit eyelid response with a mossy fiber stimulation CS. I. Pontine nuclei and middle cerebellar peduncle stimulation. Behavioral Neuroscience, 100, Steinmetz, J.E., Rosen, D.J., Woodruff-Pak, D.S., Lavond, D.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1986). Rapid transfer of training occurs when direct mossy fiber stimulation is used as a conditioned stimulus for classical eyelid conditioning. Neuroscience Research, 3, Lavond, D.G., Knowlton, B.G., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1987). Classical conditioning of the rabbit eyelid response with a mossy fiber stimulation CS. II. Lateral reticular nucleus stimulation. Behavioral Neuroscience, 101, Lavond, D.G., Steinmetz, J.E., Yokaitis, M.H. & Thompson, R.F. (1987) Reacquisition of classical conditioning after removal of cerebellar cortex. Experimental Brain Research, 67, Steinmetz, J.E., Logan, C.G., Rosen, D.J., Thompson, J.K., Lavond, D.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1987). Initial localization of the acoustic conditioned stimulus projection system to the cerebellum during classical eyelid conditioning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 84, Chapman, P.F., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1988). Classical conditioning does not occur when direct stimulation of the red nucleus or cerebellar nuclei is the unconditioned stimulus. Brain Research, 442, Woodruff-Pak, D.S., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1988). Classical conditioning of rabbits 2-1/2 to 4 years old using mossy fiber stimulation as a CS. Neurobiology of Aging, 9, Lavond, D.G. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1989). Acquisition of classical conditioning without cerebellar cortex. Behavioural Brain Research, 33, Lavond, D.G., & Steinmetz, J.E. (1989). An interface for the IBM-XT/AT and compatibles. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 21, Rosen, D.J., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1989). Classical discrimination conditioning of the rabbit's eyelid response using pontine nucleus stimulation as a conditioned stimulus. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 52, Steinmetz, J.E., Lavond, D.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1989). Classical conditioning in rabbits using pontine nucleus stimulation as a conditioned stimulus and inferior olive stimulation as an unconditioned stimulus. Synapse, 3(3), Chapman, P.F., Steinmetz, J.E., Sears, L.L., & Thompson, R.F. (1990). Effects of lidocaine injection in the interpositus nucleus and red nucleus on conditioned behavioral and neuronal responses. Brain Research, 537, Sears, L.L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1990). Acquisition of classically conditioned-related activity in the hippocampus is affected by lesions of the cerebellar interpositus nucleus. Behavioral Neuroscience, 104, Sears, L.L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1990). Haloperidol impairs classically conditioned nictitating membrane responses and conditioning-related cerebellar interpositus nucleus activity in rabbits. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 36,

8 Steinmetz, J.E. (1990). Classical nictitating membrane conditioning in rabbits with varying interstimulus intervals and direct activation of cerebellar mossy fibers as a CS. Behavioural Brain Research, 38, Steinmetz, J.E. (1990). Neuronal activity in the cerebellar interpositus nucleus during classical NM conditioning with a pontine stimulation CS. Psychological Science, 1, Gould, T.J., & Steinmetz, J.E. (1991). Haloperidol impairs classical nictitating membrane conditioning in rabbits when stimulation of the pontine nuclei is used as a conditioned stimulus. Life Sciences, 49, Sears, L.L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1991). Dorsal accessory inferior olive activity diminishes during acquisition of the rabbit classically conditioned eyelid response. Brain Research, 545, Steinmetz, J.E., Sears, L.L., Gabriel, M., Kubota, Y., & Poremba, A. (1991). Cerebellar interpositus nucleus lesions disrupt classical nictitating membrane conditioning but not discriminative avoidance learning in rabbits. Behavioural Brain Research, 45, Chapman, P.F., Atkins, C.M., Allen, M.T., Haley, J.E. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1992). Inhibition of nitric oxide synthesis impairs two different forms of learning. Neuroreport, 3, Miller, D.P. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1992) Lesions of the rabbit cerebellar interpositus nucleus affect classical NM conditioned-related activity in the lateral but not the medial septum. Physiology & Behavior, 52, Steinmetz, J.E., Lavond, D.G., Ivkovich, D., Logan, C.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1992). Disruption of classical eyelid conditioning after cerebellar lesions: Damage to a memory trace system or a simple performance deficit? Journal of Neuroscience, 12, Steinmetz, J.E., Logue, S.F. and Steinmetz, S.S. (1992). Rabbit classically conditioned eyelid responses do not reappear after interpositus nucleus lesion and extensive post-lesion training. Behavioural Brain Research, 51, Steinmetz, J.E. & Sengelaub, D.R. (1992). Possible CS pathway for classical eyelid conditioning in rabbits: I. Anatomical evidence for direct projections from the pontine nuclei to the cerebellar interpositus nucleus. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 57, Gould, T.J., Sears, L.L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1993). Possible CS and US pathways for rabbit classical eyelid conditioning: Electrophysiological evidence for projections from the pontine nuclei and inferior olive to cerebellar cortex and nuclei. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 60, Steinmetz, J.E., Logue, S.F. & Miller, D.P. (1993). Using signalled bar-pressing tasks to study the neural substrates of appetitive and aversive learning in rats: Behavioral manipulations and cerebellar lesions. Behavioral Neuroscience, 107, Woodruff-Pak, D.S., Lavond, D.G., Logan, C.G., Steinmetz, J.E. and Thompson, R.F. (1993). Cerebellar cortical lesions and reacquisition in classical conditioning of the nictitating membrane response in rabbits. Brain Research, 608, Anderson, B.J. and Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). Cerebellar and brainstem circuits involved in classical eyeblink conditioning. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 5, Gould, T.J. and Steinmetz, J.E. (1994) Multiple unit activity from rabbit cerebellar cortex and interpositus nucleus during classical discrimination/reversal eyelid conditioning. Brain Research, 652, Katz, D.B. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). How long do relational representations last in the hippocampus during classical eyelid conditioning? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17(3),

9 Sears, L.L., Finn, P.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). Abnormal classical eyeblink conditioning in autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 24(6), White, I.M., Miller, D.P., White, W., Dike, G.L., Rebec, G.V. and Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). Neuronal activity in rabbit neostriatum during classical eyelid conditioning. Experimental Brain Research, 99, Allen, M. T. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1996). A nitric oxide synthase inhibitor delays the formation of learningrelated neural activity in the cerebellar interpositus nucleus during rabbit eyelid conditioning. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 53(1), Gabriel, M., Kang, E., Poremba, A., Kubota, Y., Allen, M.T., Miller, D.P. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1996). Neural substrates of discriminative avoidance learning and classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits: A double dissociation. Behavioural Brain Research, 82, Gould, T.J. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1996). Changes in rabbit cerebellar cortical and interpositus nucleus activity during acquisition, extinction and backward classical conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 65, Sears, L.L., Logue, S.F. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1996). Involvement of the ventrolateral thalamus in rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning. Behavioural Brain Research, 74, Katz, D.B. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1997). Single-unit evidence for eyeblink conditioning in cerebellar cortex is altered, but not eliminated, by interpositus nucleus lesions. Learning & Memory, 4(1), Miller, D.P. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1997). Hippocampal activity during discrimination/reversal eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. Behavioral Neuroscience, 111, Sears, L.L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1997). Effects of haloperidol on sensory processing in the hippocampus during classical eyeblink conditioning. Psychopharmacology, 130(3), Blankenship, M. R., Finn, P. R. & Steinmetz, J. E. (1998) A characterization of approach and avoidance learning in alcohol preferring (P) and non-preferring (NP) rats. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22(6), Chen, G. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1998). A general purpose computer system for behavioral conditioning and neural recording experiments. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 30(3), Churchill, J. D., Voss, S. E., Miller, D. P., Steinmetz, J. E. & Garraghty, P. E. (1998). Phenytoin blocks the reversal of a classically conditioned discriminative eyeblink response in rabbits. Epilepsia, 39(6), Rogers, R. F. & Steinmetz, J. E. (1998). Contextually-based conditional discrimination of the rabbit eyeblink response. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 69(3), Steinmetz, J. E. (1998). The localization of a simple type of learning and memory: The cerebellum and classical eyeblink conditioning. Current Directions in Psychological Research, 7, * *Reprinted in SOURCES: Notable Selections in Psychology, 3 rd Edition. T. F. Pettijohn (Ed.), New York: McGraw-Hill, Tracy, J & Steinmetz, J. E. (1998). Purkinje cell responses to pontine stimulation CS during rabbit eyeblink conditioning. Physiology & Behavior, 65(2), Anderson, B.J., Relucio, K., Haglund, K., Logan, C., Knowlton, B., Thompson, J., Steinmetz, J.E., Thompson, R.F., & Greenough, W.T. (1999). The effects of paired and unpaired eyeblink conditioning on Purkinje cell morphology. Learning & Memory, 6(2),

10 Banks, M.K., Mohr, N.L., Besheer, J., Steinmetz, J.E., & Garraghty, P.E. (1999). The effects of phenytoin on instrumental appetitive-to-aversive transfer in rats. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 63(3), Finn, P.R., Justus, A., Mazas, C., and Steinmetz, J.E. (1999). Working memory, executive function and the effects of alcohol on Go/No-Go learning: testing a model of behavioral regulation and impulsivity. Psychopharmacology, 146, Merrill, K.A., Steinmetz, J.E., Viken, R.J. & Rose, R.J. (1999). Genetic influences on human conditionability: A twin study of the conditioned eyeblink response. Behavioral Genetics, 29, Rogers, R. F., Fender, A., and Steinmetz, J. E. (1999). The cerebellum is necessary for rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning with a non-somatosensory (photic) unconditioned stimulus. Behavioural Brain Research, 104, Steinmetz, J. E. (1999). A renewed interest in human classical eye-blink conditioning. Psychological Science, 10(1), Tracy, J., Ghose, S.S., Stetcher, T., McFall, R.M. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1999). Classical conditioning in a nonclinical obsessive-compulsive population. Psychological Science, 10(1), Blankenship, M.R., Finn, P.R. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). A characterization of approach and avoidance learning in high alcohol drinking (HAD) and low alcohol drinking (LAD) rats. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 24(12), Chen, G., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Microinfusion of protein kinase inhibitor H7 in the cerebellum impairs the acquisition but not retention of classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. Brain Research, 856, Chen, G. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Intra-cerebellar infusion of NMDA receptor antagonist AP5 disrupts classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. Brain Research, 887, Green, J.T., Rogers, R.F., Goodlett, C.R. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Impairment in eyeblink classical conditioning in adult rats exposed to ethanol as neonates. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 24(4) Justus, A.N., Finn, P.R., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Disinhibited personality traits account for the association between alcohol use and risky sexual behavior. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 24(7), Mazas, C.A., Finn, P.R., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Decision making biases, antisocial personality, and early-onset alcoholism. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 24(7), Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Brain substrates of classical eyeblink conditioning: A highly localized but also distributed system. Behavioural Brain Research, 110, Steinmetz, J.E., Blankenship, M.R., Green, J.T., Smith, G.B. and Finn, P.R. (2000). Evaluation of behavioral disinhibition in P/NP and HAD/LAD rats. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 24, Steinmetz, J.E., Britton, G.B., and Green, J.T. (2000). How is the feed-forward Pavlovian control system instantiated in neurobiology? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23(2), 267. Churchill, J.D., Green, J.T., Voss, S.E., Manley, E., Steinmetz, J.E. and Garraghty, P.E. (2001). Discrimination reversal conditioning of an eyeblink response is impaired by NMDA receptor blockade. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 36(1),

11 Finn, P.R., Justus, A.N., Mazas, C., Rorick, L., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Constraint, alcoholism, and electrodermal response in aversive classical conditioning and mismatch novelty paradigms. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 36,(2) Justus, A.N., Finn, P.R., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). P300, disinhibited personality, and early-onset alcohol problems. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experiemental Research, 25(10), Katz, D.B., Tracy, J.A., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning is altered by brief cerebellar cortical stimulation. Physiology & Behavior, 72, Rogers, R. F., Britton, G.B., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Learning-related interpositus activity is conserved across species as studied during eyeblink conditioning in the rat. Brain Research, 905, Steinmetz, J.E., Tracy, J.A., and Green, J.T. (2001). Classical eyeblink conditioning: Clinical models and applications. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Sciences, Tracy, J. A., Britton, G. B., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Comparisons of single unit responses to tone, light and compound conditioned stimuli during rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 76, Finn, P.R., Mazas, C., Justus, A.N., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). Early-onset alcoholism with conduct disorder: Go/No Go learning deficits, working memory capacity, and personality. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26(2), Katz, D.B., Rogers, R.F. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). Novel factors contributing to the expression of latent inhibition. Behavioral Neuroscience, 116(5), Katz, D.B. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). Psychological functions of the cerebellum. Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews, 1(3), Green, J.T., Johnson, T.B., Goodlett, C.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). Eyeblink classical conditioning and interpositus nucleus activity are disrupted in adult rats exposed to ethanol as neonates. Learning and Memory, 9, Green, J.T., Tran, T., Steinmetz, J.E. & Goodlett, C.R. (2002). Neonatal ethanol produces cerebellar deep nuclear cell loss and correlated disruption of eyeblink conditioning in adult rats. Brain Research, 956(2), Rorick, L.M., Finn, P.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2003a). Moderate doses of ethanol partially reverse avoidance learning deficits in high-alcohol-drinking (HAD) rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 75, Rorick, L.M., Finn, P.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2003b). High alcohol-drinking (HAD) rats exhibit persistent freezing responses to discrete cues following Pavlovian fear conditioning. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 76, Rorick, L.M., Finn, P.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Heart rate reactivity in HAD and LAD rats during Pavlovian fear conditioning. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), Blankenship, M.R., Huckfeldt, R., Steinmetz, J.J. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). The effects of amygdala lesions on hippocampal activity and classical eyeblink conditioning in rats. Brain Research, 1035(2), Brown, S.M., Kieffaber, P.D., Carroll, C.A., Vohs, J.L., Tracy, J.A., Shekhar, A, O'Donnell, B.F. Steinmetz, J.E., & Hetrick, W.P.. (2005). Eyeblink conditioning deficits indicate timing and cerebellar abnormalities in schizophrenia. Brain and Cognition, 58,

12 Green, J.T. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). Purkinje cell activity in the cerebellar anterior lobe during rabbit eyeblink conditioning. Learning and Memory, 12(3), Rorick-Kehn, L. M., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). Amygdala unit activity during three learning tasks: Eyeblink classical conditioning, Pavlovian fear conditioning and signaled avoidance conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 119(5), Timberlake, W., Schaal, D.W. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). Relating behavior and neuroscience: Introduction and synopsis, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84(3), Sokoloff, G. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). A continuum of learning and memory research: A commentary on Grau and Joynes. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 18(1), Tracy, J.A., McFall, R.M. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). Effects of emotional valence and arousal manipulation on eyeblink classical conditioning and autonomic measures. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 40(1), Villarreal, R.P., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2005). Neuroscience and learning: Lessons from studying the involvement of a region of cerebellar cortex in eyeblink classical conditioning. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84, Sokoloff, G, Lindquist, D.H., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2006). The effect of context and CS preexposure on acquisition of classically conditioned eyeblink response in rats. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 19, Lindquist, D.H., Sokoloff, G., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2007). Ethanol-exposed neonatal rats are impaired as adults in classical eyeblink conditioning at multiple unconditioned stimulus intensities. Brain Research, 1150, Wilbur, A.A., Southwood, C.J., Sokoloff, G., Steinmetz, J.E., & Wellman, C.L. (2007). Neonatal maternal separation alters adult eyeblink conditioning and glucocorticoid receptor expression in the interpositus nucleus of the cerebellum. Developmental Neurobiology, 67(13), Edwards, C.R., Newman, S., Bismark, A., Skosnik, P.D., O Donnell, B.F., Shekhar, A., Steinmetz, J.E., & Hetrick, W.P. (2008). Cerebellar volume and eyeblink classical conditioning in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 162(3), Skosnik, P.D., Edwards, C.R., O Donnell, B.F., Steffen, A., Steinmetz, J.E. & Hetrick, W.P. (2008). Cannabis use disrupts eyeblink conditioning: Evidence for cannabinoid modulation of cerebellardependent learning. Neuropsychopharmacology, 33(8), Walker, A.G., & Steinmetz, J.E., (2008). Hippocampal lesions in rats differentially affect long- and shorttrace eyeblink conditioning. Physiology & Behavior, 93(3), Bolbecker, A.R., Hetrick, W.P., Johannesen, J., O'Donnell, B.F., Steinmetz, J.E., Shekhar, A. (2009). Secretin effects on cerebellar-dependent motor learning in schizophrenia. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 166, Bolbecker, A.R., Mehta, C., Edwards, C.R., Steinmetz, J.E., O'Donnell, B.F. and Hetrick, W.P. (2009). Cerebellar-dependent eye-blink conditioning deficits indicate temporal processing abnormalities in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 111(1-3), Bolbecker, A.R., Mehta, C., Johannesen, J.K., Edwards, C.R., O'Donnell, B.F., Shekhar, A., Nurnberger, J.I., Steinmetz, J.E., and Hetrick, W.P. (2009). Eyeblink conditioning anomalies in bipolar disorder suggest cerebellar dysfunction. Bipolar Disorders, 11(1), Lindquist, D.H., Vogel, R.W.. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2009). Associative and non-associative blinking in classically conditioned adult rats. Physiology & Behavior, 96,

13 Steinmetz, A. B., Edwards, C. R., Steinmetz, J. E., & Hetrick, W. P. (2009). Comparison of Auditory and Visual Conditioning Stimuli in Delay Eyeblink Conditioning in Healthy Adults. Learning & Behavior, 37(4), Thompson, R.F. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2009). The role of the cerebellum in classical conditioning of discrete behavioral responses. Neuroscience, 162, Vogel, R.W., Amundson, J.C., Lindquist, D.H. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2009). Eyeblink conditioning during an interstimulus interval switch in rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) using picrotoxin to disrupt cerebellar cortical input to the interpositus nucleus. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123(1), Lindquist, D.H., Mahoney L.P., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2010). Conditioned fear in adult rats is facilitated by the prior acquisition of a classically conditioned motor response. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 94, Young, B.W., Sengelaub, D.R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2010). MK-801 administration during neonatal ethanol withdrawal attenuates interpositus cell loss and juvenile eyeblink conditioning deficits. Alcohol, 44(4), Bolbecker, A.R., Steinmetz, A.B., Mehta, C. S., Forsyth, J. K., Klaunig, M. J., Lazar, E. K., Steinmetz, J.E., O Donnell, B. F. & Hetrick, W.P. (2011). Exploration of cerebellar-dependent associative learning in schizophrenia: Effects of varying and shifting interstimulus interval on eyeblink conditioning performance. Behavioral Neuroscience,125(5), Steinmetz, A.B., Bolbecker, A.R., Skosnik, P.D., Edwards, C.R. Steinmetz, J.E. & Hetrick, W.P. (2011). Evaluation of Bidirectional interstimulus interval (ISI) shift in auditory delay eyeblink conditioning in healthy humans. Learning & Behavior, 39(4), Forsyth, J.K., Bolbecker, A.R., Mehta, C.S., Klaunig, M.J., Steinmetz, J.E., O Donnell, B.F. & Hetrick, W.P. (2012). Cerebellar-dependent eyeblink conditioning deficits in schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 38(4), Lindquist, D.H., Sokoloff, G., Milner, E., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2013). Neonatal ethanol exposure results in dose-dependent impairments in the acquisition and timing of the conditioned eyeblink response and altered cerebellar interpositus nucleus and hippocampal CA1 unit activity in adult rats, Alcohol, 47(6), Books Woodruff-Pak, D.S. and Steinmetz, J.E. (Eds.) (2000). Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 1: Human Applications, Boston: Kluwer. Woodruff-Pak, D.S. and Steinmetz, J.E. (Eds.) (2000). Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 2: Animal Models, Boston: Kluwer. Steinmetz, J.E., Gluck, M.A., and Solomon, P.R. (Eds.) (2001). Model systems and the Neurobiology of Associative Learning: A festschrift in honor of Richard F. Thompson. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Lavond, D.G. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). Handbook of Classical Conditioning. Boston: Kluwer. Book Chapters and Reviews Patterson, M.M., Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L. & Romano, A.G. (1982). Associative processes in spinal 13

14 reflexes. In C.D. Woody (Ed.), Conditioning: Representations of Involved Neural Function (Advances in Behavioral Biology, Vol. 26), New York: Plenum Press. Patterson, M.M., Steinmetz, J.E. & Romano, A.G. (1984). Reflex alteration in the spinal system: Centrally and peripherally induced spinal fixation in rats. In D.L. Alkon & J. Farley (Eds.), Primary Neural Substrates of Learning and Behavioral Change, New York: Cambridge University Press. Steinmetz, J.E., Logan, C.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1988). Essential involvement of mossy fibers in projecting the CS to the cerebellum during classical conditioning. In C.D. Woody, D.L. Alkon and J.L. McGaugh, (Eds.), Cellular Mechanisms of Conditioning and Behavioral Plasticity, New York: Plenum Press. Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1991). Brain substrates of aversive classical conditioning. In J. Madden, IV. (Ed.), Neurobiology of Learning, Emotion and Affect, pp , New York: Raven Press. Steinmetz, J.E. (1992). Neural substrates of classical conditioning : Discrete behavioral responses. In L.R. Squire (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Learning and Memory, New York: Macmillan Publishers. Thompson, R.F. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1992). The essential memory trace circuit for a basic form of associative learning. In I. Gormezano & E. Wasserman (Eds.), Learning and Memory: The Behavioral and Biological Substrates, pp , New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Steinmetz, J.E. (1993). Hindbrain structures. In F.N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of Social Science: Psychology, pp , Pasadena, California: Salem Press. Steinmetz, J.E. (1993). Reflexes. In F.N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of Social Science: Psychology, pp , Pasadena, California: Salem Press. Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). Brain substrates of emotion and temperament. In: J.E. Bates and T. D.Wachs (eds.), Temperament: Individual differences at the interface of biology and behavior., pp , American Psychological Association: Washington, D.C. Steinmetz, J. E. (1996). The brain substrates of classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. In: J. Bloedel, T. Ebner and S. Wise (eds.), Acquisition of Motor behavior in Vertebrates, pp , MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. Goodlett, C.R., Stanton, M.A. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Alcohol-induced damage to the developing brain: Functional approaches using classical eyeblink conditioning. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol. 2: Animal Models, pp , Boston: Kluwer. McFall, R.M., Tracy, J, Ghose, S.S., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Classical conditioning in clinical populations. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 1: Human Applications, pp , Boston: Kluwer. Sears, L.L. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Classical eyeblink conditioning in normal and autistic children. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 1: Human Applications, pp , Boston: Kluwer. Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Electrophysiological recording and microstimulation studies of eyeblink conditioning. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 2: Animal Models, pp , Boston: Kluwer. Steinmetz, J.E. and Woodruff-Pak, D.S. (2000). Animal models in eyeblink classical conditioning: From mice to non-human primates. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 2: Animal Models, pp. 1-16, Boston: Kluwer. Woodruff-Pak, D.S. and Steinmetz, J.E. (2000). Past, present and future of human eyeblink classical conditioning. In: D.S. Woodruff-Pak & J.E. Steinmetz (Eds), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning, Vol 1: Human Applications, pp. 1-17, Boston: Kluwer. 14

15 Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). The cerebellum and classical eyeblink conditioning: Much ado about something. In: J.E. Steinmetz, M.A. Gluck and P.R. Solomon (Eds.), Model systems and the Neurobiology of Associative Learning: A festschrift in honor of Richard F. Thompson, pp , Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Associative learning in cerebellum., In: N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes (Eds), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, pp , Oxford: Pergamon. Steinmetz, J.E., Kim, J., & Thompson, R.F. (2002). Biological models of associative learning. In: M Gallagher & R. Nelson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychology, Volume 3. Biological Psychology (Chapter XVIII, New York: Wiley. Green, J.T. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2003). Behavioral phenomena: Classical conditioning. In: J.H. Byrne (Ed.), Learning and Memory (2 nd Edition). pp New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Steinmetz, J.E. (2003). Neural substrates of classical conditioning: Discrete behavioral responses. In: J.H. Byrne (Ed.), Learning and Memory (2 nd Edition), pp New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Tracy, J. A. & Steinmetz, J. E. (2006). Methods used in eyeblink classical conditioning. In: M. J. Anderson (Ed), Tasks and Techniques: A Sampling of the Methodologies for the Investigation of Animal Learning, Behavior and Cognition. pp New York: Nova. Steinmetz, J. E. (2007). Using a simple associative learning procedure to study clinical disorders and related brain function. In: T. Baker, R. Bootzin & T. Treat (Eds.), Psychological Clinical Science: Papers in Honor of Richard M. McFall. pp , New York: Psychology Press. Lindquist, D.H. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2008). Classical Conditioning. In: W.A. Darity, Jr. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, pp , Detroit: Macmillan Reference, USA. Steinmetz, J. E. & Lindquist, D. H. (2009). Neuronal basis of learning. In: G.G. Berntson & J.T. Cacioppo (Eds.), Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences, Vol 1, New York: John Wiley & Sons. Steinmetz, J.E. (2010). Neural Basis of Classical Conditioning. In G Koob, M. Le Moal & R.F. Thompson & (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience, London: Elsevier. Lindquist, D. H., Steinmetz, J.E., & Thompson, R.F. (2012). Cerebellum and Eyeblink Conditioning. In: M. Manto, D. L. Gruol, J. D. Schmahmann, N. Koibuchi & F. Rossi (Eds.), Handbook of the Cerebellum and Cerebellar Disorders, pp , New York: Springer Science. Kim, J., Steinmetz, J.E., & Thompson, R.F. (2013). Biological models of associative learning. In: R. J. Nelson & S. Mizumori (Eds.), Handbook of Psychology, Volume 3. Biological Psychology (Chapter 19), pp , New York: Wiley. Non-refereed Papers, Reviews, Editorials, and Technical Reports Patterson, M.M., Steinmetz, J.E., Robinson, C. & Cervenka, J. (1980). Fixation of spinal reflex alterations. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 80, 217. Steinmetz, J.E., Romano, A.G. & Patterson, M.M. (1980). Cat restraint techniques. DKI Carrier, 6, 1-7. Patterson, M.M., Steinmetz, J.E., Romano, A.G., Dobson, J. & Cervenka. J. (1981). Centrally and peripherally induced spinal fixation. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 80, 753. Patterson, M.M., Steinmetz, J.E. & Cervenka, J. (1982). Longterm reflex alterations induced by hindlimb 15

16 stimulation. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 82, 112. Beggs, A.L., Steinmetz, J.E. & Patterson, M.M. (1983). Classical conditioning of a flexor nerve response to tibial nerve stimulation in spinal cats. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 83, 173. Steinmetz, J.E., Beggs, A.L., Molea, D. & Patterson, M.M. (1983). Long term and short term temporal aspects of spinal fixation. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 83, 172. Patterson, M.M. & Steinmetz, J.E. (1984). Spinal fixation: Alteration of spinal reflex excitability after sensory nerve stimulation. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 84, Steinmetz, J.E., Lavond, D.G. & Thompson, R.F. (1985). Classical conditioning of the rabbit eyelid response with mossy fiber stimulation as the conditioned stimulus. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 28, Solomon, P.R., Lewis, J.L., LoTurco, J.J., Steinmetz, J.E. & Thompson, R.F. (1986). The role of the middle cerebellar peduncle in acquisition and retention of the rabbit's nictitating membrane response. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 24, Gould, T.J., Sears, L.L., & Steinmetz, J.E. (1991). Techniques used for neural recording from awake, behaving or anesthetized animals: Part I. DKI Carrier, 29, 1-5. Gould, T.J., Sears, L.L., & Steinmetz, J.E. (1991). Techniques used for neural recording from awake, behaving or anesthetized animals: Parts II. DKI Carrier, 30, 1-5. Steinmetz, J.E. (1991). Documenting progress in physiological psychology. Contemporary Psychology, 36, Steinmetz, J.E. (1994). Book review of E. Macphail s The Neuroscience of Animal Intelligence, Animal Behavior, 48(6), Katz, D.B., & Steinmetz, J. E. (1995). Analyzing behavior-related neural activity via correlation of distribution shape: Part I. DKI Carrier, 42, 1-4. Katz, D.B., & Steinmetz, J. E. (1995). Analyzing behavior-related neural activity via correlation of distribution shape: Part II. DKI Carrier, 43, 1-5. Merrill, K.A., Steinmetz, J.E., Viken, R.J., Rose, R.J. (1995). Genetic influences on human conditionability: A twin study of the conditioned eyeblink response. Behavioral Genetics, 25, 279. Finn, P.R., Rorick, L & Steinmetz, J. (1997). Biobehavioral mediators of early-onset, antisocial alcohol abuse in men and women: Response to threat and passive avoidance learning. Psychophysiology, 34, S13. Steinmetz, J.E. (1998). The involvement of the cerebellum in learning, memory and cognition. Neurobiology and Teratology, 20(3), 352. Steinmetz, J. E. (1999). Brain substrates of classical eyeblink conditioning. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 34(2), 137. Craig, J.C., and Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). Obituary: Irving Saltzman ( ). American Psychologist, 56 (12), Steinmetz, J.E. (2001). An Editorial: A continuing commitment to interdisciplinary research on the integrated organism. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 36(1), 3-4. Steinmetz, J.E., Gluck, M.A., & Solomon, P.R. (2001). Preface: The career and scientific contributions of Richard F. Thompson. In: J.E. Steinmetz, M.A. Gluck and P.R. Solomon (Eds.), Model systems and the Neurobiology of Associative Learning: A festschrift in honor of Richard F. Thompson, pp , 16

17 Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Tran, T.D., Green, J.T., Steinmetz, J.E. & Goodlett, C.R. (2001). Binge ethanol exposure in neonatal rats causes permanent neuronal loss in the cerebellar deep nuclei. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25(5), Supplement, 73A. Steinmetz, J.E. (2002). An Editorial: Bringing together behavioral and cognitive Neuroscience. Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews, 1(1), 3-4. Finn, P.R., Rickert, M.G., Bobova, L., Fargo, S., & Steinmetz, J.E. (2003). Family environment, disinhibited personality, and alcohol abuse. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27(5), Supplement, 64A. Baker, K.B., Villarreal, R.P. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Cerebellar interpositus nucleus inactivation during eye-blink conditioning causes conditioned response (CR) impairment but not loss of learning-related activity in HVI region of cerebellar cortex, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 44. Harris, L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Unfamiliar visual stimuli: Eyeblink conditioning but no discrimination, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), Hetrick, W., Brown, S., Kieffaber, P., Vohs, J., Carroll, C. O Donnell, B., Shekhar, A. & Steinmetz, J. (2004). Eyeblink conditioning deficits Indicate timing abnormalities in schizophrenia, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 58. McFall, R., Tracy, J., Mortimer, A., Seay, S., Ghose, S. & Steinmetz, J. (2004). Using eyeblink classical conditioning to test theories of obsessive-compulsive disorder, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 63-64, Rorick, L. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Neurophysiological characterization of amygdala contributions to eyeblink classical conditioning in rats, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 69. Sokoloff, G. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Context and stimulus pre-exposure effects on latent inhibition during classical eyeblink conditioning in rats, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 72. Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Published comments in: Friedman, J., What can social science do? Critical Review, 16, nos. 2-3 (pg 1-180). Treat, R., McFall, R., Katz, D, Viken, R. & Steinmetz, J. (2004). Effects of social perceptual context, awareness, and clinically relevant dimensional attention on discrimination delay conditioning in humans, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 75. Villarreal, R. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). A Comparison of alcohol-preferring (P) and alcohol non-preferring (NP) rats on a signaled barpressing task with a delayed response requirement, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), 76. Vogel, III., R.W., Green, J.T. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Post-training inactivation of the cerebellar interpositus nucleus disrupts performance of the classically conditioned eye-blink response and some learning-related activity of Purkinje cells in the anterior cerebellar cortex, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), Young, B.W. & Steinmetz, J.E. (2004). Physiological effects of neonatal alcohol-induced purkinje cell loss in adult rats during eyeblink conditioning, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 39(1), Steinmetz, J. E. (2007). The importance of external grant support for a public college of arts and science. Proceedings of the 2007 Summer Merrill Center Conference, MASC Report No. 111, Steinmetz, J. E. (2009). Keeping science moving in tight times: Think long term. APS Observer, 22(7). 17

18 Steinmetz, J. E. ( ). Presidential Columns, APS Observer, Volumes 25 and 26 Psychology departments in context, September 2012 America s public universities: The grand bargain is broken (Guest Columnist: E.G. Gee) The fabric of psychology departments in Europe is intricate and wonderful (Guest Columnist: G.R. Semin) From where the chair sits (Guest Columnists: N.E. Rowland & J.B. Ruscher) Big data has left the station (Guest Columnist: R. Ivry) Beyond the department: An organizational model for interdisciplinarity (Guest Columnist: E.D. Phillips) Small investment, big returns: Value of behavioral and social science research outweighs modest federal investment (Guest Columnist: S.F. Warren) The psychology department: Opening doors (Guest Columnist: R.V. Watkins) The changing landscape for research and education in psychological science Steinmetz, J. E. (2013). University decision-making using data analytics. Proceedings of the 2013 Summer Merrill Research Conference. Steinmetz, J. E. (2014). Remembering Richard F. Thompson: September 6, 1930 September 16, Observer, 28(1), INVITED COLLOQUIA, SEMINAR, and SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS: Symposium on Conditioning: Representations of Involved Neural Function, Asilomar, CA, October, American Osteopathic Association Research Conference, Chicago, IL, March, International Federation of Manipulative Medicine Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland, April, Midwestern Psychological Association Meeting, Chicago, IL, May, Symposium on Cellular Mechanisms of Conditioning and Behavioral Plasticity, International Union of Physiological Sciences Satellite Symposium, Seattle, WA, July, Colloquium, Department of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University Medical School, Baltimore, MD, November, Colloquium, Program of Neural and Behavioral Science, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, December, Colloquium, Department of Psychology, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI, April, Invited Presentation, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, Midwestern Hippocampal Meeting, Psychology Department, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, July, Colloquium, Center for Learning and Memory, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, March, Midwestern Hippocampal Meeting, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, July, Invited Presentation, International NIBS Conference on Synaptic Plasticity: Neural and Molecular Approaches, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November, Invited Colloquium, Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, March, Midwestern Hippocampal Meeting, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, July, Invited Presentation, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meeting: Learning and Memory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, October, Invited Colloquium, Neural Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, October, Keynote Address, Researching Associative Learning in the Mammalian Nervous System, Central Michigan University Centennial Alumni Neuroscience Conference, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, October, Invited Presentation, Brain substrates of emotion and temperament, 9th Occasional Temperament Conference (Temperament: Individual Differences in Biology and Behavior), Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, October, Invited Seminar, The Brain and Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Developmental Psychology Series, Indiana University, February, Invited Seminar, Classical Eyeblink Conditioning in Autism, Psychology Clinical Sciences Series, Indiana 18

19 University, April, Invited Colloquium, The Neural Substrates of Procedural Learning and Memory, Cognitive Science Program, Indiana University, January, Invited Symposium, Hippocampal Activity During Discrimination/Reversal Learning, Midwestern Hippocampal Meeting, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, July, 1994 (with D.P. Miller). Invited Symposium, The Cerebellum and Brainstem and Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, The Winter Conference on Brain Research, Steamboat Springs, CO, January, Invited Presentation, The Cerebellum and Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Acquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebrates Conference, Key West, FL, April Invited Presentation, The Biology of Associative Learning in Mammals, Biology of Memory course, Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory, New York, July Feature Lecture, The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, The Conference on Meeting the Challenges of General Science and Mathematics Education, Coalition for Science Literacy (Sponsor), Clearwater, Florida, October, Invited Seminar, The Brain Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Department of Psychology, IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana, March, Invited Presentation, Inhibitory and Excitatory Activity in Cerebellar Cortex During Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Conference on the Biological Bases of Behavior, American Psychological Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May, 1997 Invited Presentation, The Cerebellum and Associative Learning, Biology of Memory Course, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, July Invited Colloquium, The Brain Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Department of Psychology, Miami University, Oxford, OH, November, Invited Presentation, Cerebellum and Eyeblink Conditioning, Human Brain Project Cerebellar Working Group, Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1997 Invited Colloquium, Cerebellar and Brainstem Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, February, 1998 Invited Colloquium, Cerebellar and Brainstem Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, February, Invited Symposium Discussant, New Directions for a Classical Paradigm: Human Eyeblink Conditioning, American Psychological Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May, Invited Symposium Presentation, The Involvement of the Cerebellum in Learning,Memory and Cognition, Neurobehavioral Teratology Society, San Diego, CA, June, Invited Symposium Presentation, Brain Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Pavlovian Society Annual Meeting, Düsseldorf, Germany, October, 1998 Invited Symposium Presentation, Neural Systems and Pavlovian Conditioning, 39 th Annual Meetings of the Psychonomics Society, Dallas, TX, November, 1998 Invited Symposium Presentation, Eyeblink Conditioning in Autism, 23 rd Winter Conference on Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Park City, Utah, January, Invited Symposium Presentation, What was All the Fuss About? The Cerebellum and Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, Festschrift in Honor of Richard F. Thompson, New York City, May, Invited Symposium Presentation, Alcohol and Associative Learning, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Miami Beach, FL, October, Invited Symposium Presentation, Neural Substrates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning in Human and Non-human Animals, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Bethesda, MD, March, Invited Lecture, The Neuroscience of Learning, Cognitive Science Summer Research Workshop for Undergraduates, Indiana U., Bloomington, IN, June, Invited Symposium Presentation, The Essential Role of the Cerebellum in Classical Eyeblink Conditioning, XXVII International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden, July, Invited Symposium Presentation, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: Autism, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and OCD, Pavlovian Society Annual Meeting, Annapolis, MD, October, Invited Symposium Presentation, Neural Correlates of Classical Eyeblink Conditioning: Stanford University ( ), Neurosciences Program, University of Southern California, October, Invited Presentation, The Pavlovian Society, Society for Neuroscience Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Social, New Orleans, November, Invited Presentation, Clinical Applications of Simple Conditioning, NIMH Conference on Integrative Psychological Science, Bloomington, IN, April

20 Invited Commentary, Neuroscience and the Social Sciences, Earhart Foundation Conference on the State of the Social Sciences, Boston University, Boston, MA, December, Invited Presentation, Promoting Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Psychology Departments, Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology, Savannah, GA, February, Invited Colloquium, Classical Eyeblink Conditioning: A Model System for Studying Neural Correlates of Associative Learning and Clinical Disorders, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, April, Invited Symposium Presentation, Encoding Classical Eyeblink Conditioning in the Mammalian Brain, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, August, Symposium Chair, Classical Conditioning in Experimental Psychopathology, Annual Meeting of the Pavlovian Society, Bloomington, Indiana, October, Invited Colloquium, Classical Eyeblink Conditioning: A Model System for Studying Associative Plasticity in the Mammalian Brain, Departments of Psychology and Neuroscience, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, November, Invited Colloquium, Classical Eyeblink Conditioning: A Model System for Studying Associative Plasticity in the Mammalian Brain, Center for Integrative Study of Animal Behavior, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, April, Invited Presentation, Using a Simple Associative Learning Procedure to Study Clinical Disorders and Related Brain Function, American Psychological Society, Festschrift in Honor of Richard M. McFall, Chicago, IL, May, 2004 Invited Presentation, Classical Eyeblink Conditioning: Localized vs. Distributed Function, Departments of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of Illinois, Festschrift in Honor of Michael Gabriel, Urbana, IL, June, Keynote Address, From Learning at Central Michigan University to Learning in the Central Nervous System, Dedication of the Brain Research Center, Central Michigan University, October, Invited Colloquium, Using Eyeblink Classical Conditioning to Study the Neural Correlates of Learning and Clinical Disorders, Roche Pharmaceutical Corporation, Palo Alto, CA, January, Invited Colloquium, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: Model System for Studying Brain Correlates of Associative Learning and Clinical Disorders, Repole Memorial Lecture, Department of Psychology and Program in Neuroscience, University of Vermont, Burlington, VY, April, Invited Symposium, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning and a Model of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Presidential Symposium, Annual Meeting of the Pavlovian Society, Anaheim, CA, September, Invited Colloquium, Using Eyeblink Classical Conditioning to Study the Neural Substrates of Learning and Clinical Disorders, Department of Molecular Bioscience, University of Kansas, March, Invited Symposium, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: A Model System for Exploring How Learning is Encoded in the Mammalian Brain, 2006 Gill Symposium, Linda and Jack Gill Center, Indiana University, May, Invited Symposium, A Symposium in Honor of Richard F. Thompson: 50+ years of Contributions to Advancing our Understanding of the Neural Substrates of Learning and Memory, Annual Meeting of the Pavlovian Society, Philadelphia, PA, September, Keynote Address, Current Trends in Multidisciplinary Research: The Social Sciences, Institute of Policy and Social Research Celebration, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, October, Invited Presentation, Exploring the Neuroscience of Learning and Memory, 2006 Research Convocation, University of Kansas, October, 2006 Invited Colloquium, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: Model system for studying brain correlates of associative learning and clinical disorders, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas, October, Invited Address, The Value of a Liberal Arts and Science Education in a Rapidly Changing World, Endicott Society, University of Kansas, January, Invited Presentation, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: A Model System for Studying the Neural Bases of Learning and Memory and Clinical Disorders, Kansas Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, Kansas City, MO, January, Invited Address, A Liberal Arts and Science Education is Important in a Rapidly Changing World, Seratoma International Club, Lawrence, Kansas, March, Invited Presentation, The Impact of Federally-Funded Behavioral and Social Science Research at a Public University, Merrill Advanced Studies Center Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, March, Invited Colloquium, Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: A Neurobehavioral Approach for Studying the Effects of Early Alcohol Exposure on Brain Development and Behavior, University of South Florida, March,

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