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    1. Lipp, OV; Blumenthal, TD; Adam, AR
      Attentional modulation of blink startle at long, short, and very short lead intervals

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    2. Blumenthal, TD
      Review of biological psychology: an integrative approach

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    3. Blumenthal, TD
      Extraversion, attention, and startle response reactivity

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    4. Blumenthal, TD; Burnett, TT; Swerdlow, CD
      Prepulses reduce the pain of cutaneous electrical shocks

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    5. Swerdlow, NR; Geyer, MA; Blumenthal, TD; Hartman, PL
      Effects of discrete acoustic prestimuli on perceived intensity and behavioral responses to startling acoustic and tactile stimuli

      PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    6. Flaten, MA; Blumenthal, TD
      Caffeine associated stimuli elicit conditioned responses: an experimental model of the placebo effect

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    7. FLATEN MA; BLUMENTHAL TD
      A PARAMETRIC STUDY OF THE SEPARATE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE TACTILE AND ACOUSTIC COMPONENTS OF AIRPUFFS TO THE BLINK REFLEX

      Biological psychology
    8. ANDREWS SE; BLUMENTHAL TD; FLATEN MA
      EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE AND CAFFEINE-ASSOCIATED STIMULI ON THE HUMAN STARTLE EYEBLINK REFLEX

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    9. SCHICATANO EJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      THE EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE AND DIRECTED ATTENTION ON ACOUSTIC STARTLE HABITUATION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    10. SARNO AJ; BLUMENTHAL TD; BOELHOUWER AJW
      MODIFICATION OF THE ELECTRICALLY ELICITED EYEBLINK BY ACOUSTIC, VISUAL, AND VIBROTACTILE PULSES

      Psychobiology
    11. BLUMENTHAL TD
      PREPULSE INHIBITION DECREASES AS STARTLE REACTIVITY HABITUATES

      Psychophysiology
    12. NORRIS CM; BLUMENTHAL TD
      A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INHIBITION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE AND THE PROTECTION OF PREPULSE PROCESSING

      Psychobiology
    13. SCHMOLESKY MT; BOELHOUWER AJW; BLUMENTHAL TD
      THE EFFECT OF ACOUSTIC PULSE INTENSITY UPON THE ELECTRICALLY ELICITEDBLINK REFLEX AT POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE STIMULUS ONSET ASYNCHRONIES

      Biological psychology
    14. BLUMENTHAL TD
      INHIBITION OF THE HUMAN STARTLE RESPONSE IS AFFECTED BY BOTH PREPULSEINTENSITY AND ELICITING STIMULUS-INTENSITY

      Biological psychology
    15. ANDREWS SE; BLUMENTHAL TD; FLATEN MA
      EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE AND EXPECTANCY OF CAFFEINE ON THE HUMAN STARTLE REFLEX

      Psychophysiology
    16. BLUMENTHAL TD
      COMPARING MEASURES OF EYEBLINK EMG MAGNITUDE DURING STARTLE MODIFICATION

      Psychophysiology
    17. BLUMENTHAL TD; BOELHOUWER AJW; BOVELSKY MS; GIOIA L; MUSSAT BJ
      A SOCIAL ENCOUNTER ATTENUATES THE ELECTRICALLY ELICITED STARTLE BLINK

      Psychophysiology
    18. BLUMENTHAL TD; GIOIA L; SCRUGGS JT
      DIFFERENCES IN STARTLE REACTIVITY AS A FUNCTION OF EXTROVERSION

      Psychophysiology
    19. FLATEN MA; BLUMENTHAL TD
      THE SEPARATE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE TACTILE AND ACOUSTIC COMPONENTS OF AIRPUFFS TO THE BLINK REFLEX

      Psychophysiology
    20. SAMO AJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      MODIFICATION OF THE ELECTRICALLY-ELICITED BLINK REFLEX BY A VIBROTACTILE STIMULUS

      Psychophysiology
    21. BLUMENTHAL TD; SCHICATANO EJ; CHAPMAN JG; NORRIS CM; ERGENZINGER ER
      PREPULSE EFFECTS ON MAGNITUDE ESTIMATION OF STARTLE-ELICITING STIMULIAND STARTLE RESPONSES

      Perception & psychophysics
    22. BLUMENTHAL TD
      THE STARTLE REFLEX AS AN INDICATOR OF PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES

      International journal of psychology
    23. SCHICATANO EJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      HABITUATION OR SENSITIZATION - RESPONSE

      Psychobiology
    24. BLUMENTHAL TD; CHAPMAN JG; MUSE KB
      EFFECTS OF SOCIAL ANXIETY, ATTENTION, AND EXTROVERSION ON THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE EYEBLINK RESPONSE

      Personality and individual differences
    25. SCHICATANO EJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF CAFFEINE ON HABITUATION OF THE HUMAN ACOUSTIC STARTLE REFLEX

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    26. BLUMENTHAL TD
      COMPARING 3 METHODS OF QUANTIFYING EYEBLINK EMG MAGNITUDE

      Psychophysiology
    27. BLUMENTHAL TD; SARNO AJ; BOELHOUWER AJW
      FACILITATION AND INHIBITION OF THE ELECTRICALLY ELICITED BLINK REFLEXBY A WEAK ACOUSTIC PULSE

      Psychophysiology
    28. MUSE KB; BLUMENTHAL TD
      EFFECTS OF SOCIAL ENCOUNTER ON STARTLE RESPONDING IN INTROVERTS AND EXTROVERTS

      Psychophysiology
    29. NORRIS CM; BLUMENTHAL TD
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PROTECTION OF PREATTENTIVE PROCESSING DURING INHIBITION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE

      Psychophysiology
    30. DORTHE NJ; BLUMENTHAL TD; JASON DR; LANTZ PE
      THE USE OF NEXT-OF-KIN IN ASSESSING HANDEDNESS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    31. GOLDSTEIN DJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      STARTLE EYEBLINK ELICITATION IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT DISORDERED CHILDRENUSING LOW-INTENSITY ACOUSTIC STIMULI

      Perceptual and motor skills
    32. BLUMENTHAL TD
      PREPULSE INHIBITION OF THE STARTLE EYEBLINK AS AN INDICATOR OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION

      Perception & psychophysics
    33. BLUMENTHAL TD
      PREPULSE INHIBITION OF THE STARTLE EYEBLINK AS AN INDICATOR OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION

      Perception & psychophysics
    34. BLUMENTHAL TD; FLATEN MA
      SELECTIVE EFFECTS OF ATTENTIONAL DIRECTION ON THE STARTLE REFLEX AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF PROCESSING

      Psychobiology
    35. SCHICATANO EJ; BLUMENTHAL TD
      CAFFEINE DELAYS HABITUATION OF THE HUMAN ACOUSTIC STARTLE REFLEX

      Psychobiology
    36. BLUMENTHAL TD; CREPS CL
      NORMAL STARTLE RESPONDING IN PSYCHOSIS-PRONE COLLEGE-STUDENTS

      Personality and individual differences
    37. BLUMENTHAL TD
      SIGNAL ATTENUATION AS A FUNCTION OF INTEGRATOR TIME CONSTANT AND SIGNAL DURATION

      Psychophysiology


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