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  • Abramson, C.I. (1986). Aversive conditioning in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 100, 108-116.
  • Abramson, C.I., & Bitterman, M.E. (1986). Latent inhibition in honey bees. Animal Learning and Behavior, 13, 184-189.
  • Ammon, D., Abramson, C.I., & Bitterman, M.E. (1986). Partial reinforcement and resistance to extinction in honey bees. Animal Learning and Behavior, 14, 232-240.
  • Abramson, C.I., & Bitterman, M.E. (1986). The US-preexposure effect in honey bees. Animal Learning and Behavior, 14, 374-379.
  • Smith, B.H., Abramson, C.I., & Tobin, T.R. (1991). Conditioned withholding of proboscis extension in honey bees (Apis mellifera) during discriminative punishment. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 105, 345-356.
  • Abramson, C.I., Buckbee**, D.A., Edwards*, S., & Bowe**, K. (1996). A demonstration of virtual reality in free-flying honey bees: Apis mellifera. Physiology & Behavior, 59, 39-43.
  • Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I. S., Silva**, M.C., & Price, J.M. (1997). Learning in the Africanized honey bee: Apis mellifera L. Physiology & Behavior, 62, 657-674.
  • Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I.S., Azeredo**, G.A., Filho**, J.R.M., & Price, J. M. (1997). The attraction of Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) to soft drinks and perfumes. Journal of General Psychology, 124, 166-181.
  • Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I. S., Azeredo**, G. A., & Price, J. M. (1997). Some preliminary studies on the ability of Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) to tolerate cold temperatures when placed inside a refrigerator. Psychological Reports, 81, 707-718.
  • Buckbee**, D.A., & Abramson, C.I. (1997). Identification of a new contingency-based response in honey bees (Apis mellifera) through revision of the proboscis extension conditioning paradigm. Journal of Insect Behavior, 10, 479-491.
  • Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I.S. & Stone**, S.M. (1999). Failure to find proboscis conditioning in one-day old Africanized honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) and in adult Uruçu honey bees (Melipona scutellaris). International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 12, 242-262.
  • Bozic, J., & Abramson, C.I. (2003). Following an attending: Two distinct behavior patterns of honey bees in a position to collect dance information. Mellifera, 3, 48-55.
  • Aquino, I. S., Abramson, C.I., Soares, A. E. E., Fernandes*, A. C., & Benbassat, D. (2004). Classical conditioning of proboscis extension in harnessed Africanized honey bee queens (Apis mellifera L.). Psychological Reports, 1221-1231.
  • Abramson, C. I. , & Place, A. J. (2005). A note regarding the word “Behavior” in glossaries of introductory textbooks and encyclopedia. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 101, 568-574.
  • Bowser, T. J., & Abramson, C. I. (2005). Palatability services. Petfood Industry, 47, 6-8.
  • Bowser, T. J., Abramson, C. I. , & Bennett, D. (2006). Low-cost in vitro screening method for digestibility of pet chews. American Journal of Animals and Veterinary Sciences, 1, 24-27.
  • Aquino, I. S., Abramson, C. I. , Morris**, A. W., & Fernandes**, A. C. (2007). Central excitatory state,mobility, and sting viability to distinguish Africanized from European honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Science, 44, 212-221.
  • Abramson, C.I., Mixson* T.A., Cakmak, I., Place, A.J., & Wells, H. (2008). Pavlovian conditioning of the proboscis extension reflex in harnessed foragers using paired vs. unpaired and discrimination learning paradigms: Tests for differences among honeybee subspecies in Turkey. Apidologie. 39, 428-435.
  • Elias**, V.L., Nicolas**, C.L., & Abramson, C.I. (2008). Eye color as an indicator of behavior: Revisiting Worthy and Scott. Psychological Reports, 102, 759-778.
  • Wells, H., Potter, W., & Abramson, C. I. (2008). Which sugar is best? Sucrose or HFCS. Bee Culture, 136, 21- 22.
  • Mixson*, T. A., Abramson, C. I., Nolf**, S. L., Johnson*, G. A., Serrano*, E., & Wells, H. (2009). Effects of GSM cellular phone radiation on the behavior of honey bees (Apis mellifera). The Science of Bee Culture.
  • Focht, W., & Abramson, C. I. (2009). Environmental science: The case for interdisciplinary research. In: Abramson, C. I., and Focht, W (Ed.) Environmental science: The case for interdisciplinary research. The Oklahoma State University Environmental Science Graduate Program. American Journal of Environmental Sciences (Special Issue).
  • Cakmak, I., Abramson, C. I., & Seven-Cakmak, S. (2009). Smoker fuel in beekeeping: The use of liquid smoke. Uludag Bee Journal (in Turkish), February, 11-15.
  • Hranitz, J. M., Barthell, J. F., Abramson, C. I., Brubaker*, K. D., & Wells, H. (2009). Stress protein responses in honey bees: Is it useful to measure stress responses of individual bees in the hive? Uludag Bee Journal (in English and Turkish), 9, 60-71.
  • Mixson*, T. A., Abramson, C. I., Nolf**, S. L., Johnson*, G. A., Serrano*, E., & Wells, H. (2009). Effects of GSM cellular phone radiation on the behavior of honey bees (Apis mellifera). The Science of Bee Culture, 1, 22-27.
  • Cakmak, I., Abramson, C. I., Cakmak, S., & Wells, H. (2009). Observations on the lifespan of varroa infested honey bee workers. Mellifera, 9, 9-12.
  • Wells, P. H., Wenner, A. M., Abramson, C. I., Barthell, J. F., Wells, H. (2010). Nectar odor and honey bee foraging. Uludag Bee Journal (in English and Turkish), 10, 35-40.
  • Abramson, C. I. & Giray, T. (2011). The first international symposium and workshop on honey bee behavioral plasticity. Bulletin of Insectology, 64, 151-152.
  • Abramson, C. I., & Giray, T. (2011). Highlights of the first international symposium and workshop on honey bee behavioral plasticity: Ankara Turkey – September 7-9, 2010. Uludag Bee Journal, 11, 71-72 (in English and Turkish).
  • Cakmak, I., Song*, D. S., Mixson*, T. A., Serrano*, E., Clement*, M. L., Savitski*, A. Johnson*, G., Giray, T., Abramson, C. I., Barthell, J. F., & Wells, H. (2010). Foraging response of honeybee subspecies to flower color choices and reward consistency. Insect Behavior, 23, 100-116.
  • Sokolowski, M. & Abramson, C. I. (2010). From foraging to operant conditioning: A new computer-controlled Skinner box to study free flying nectar gathering in bees. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 188, 235-242.
  • Abramson, C. I., Nolf**, S. L., Mixson*, T. A., & Wells, H. (2010). Can honey bees learn the removal of a stimulus as a conditioning cue? Ethology, 116, 843-854.
  • Agarwa**l, M., Guzman**, M. G., Morales-Matos**, C., Del Valle Diaz**, R. Abramson, C. I., & Giray, T. (2011). Dopamine and octopamine influence passive avoidance learning of honey bees in a place preference assay. PLos ONE: 6(9): e25371. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0025371.
  • Nur, Z., Seven-Cakmak, S., Ustuner, B., Calmak, I., Erturk, M., Abramson, C. I., Sağirkaya, H., Soylu, M. K. (2012). The use of the hypo-osmotic swelling test, water test, and supravital staining in the evaluation of drone sperm. Apidologie, 43, 31-38, doi: 10.1007/s13592-011-0073-1.
  • Kamdemir, I., Cakmak, I,, Abramson, C. I., Seven-Cakmak, S, Serrano*, E., Song*, D., Aydin, L., & Wells, H. (in press). A colony defense difference between two honey bee subspecies (Apis mellifera cypria and Apis mellifera caucasica). Journal of Apiculture Research.
  • Grice, J., Barrett, P., Schlimgen**, L., & Abramson, C. I. (2012). Toward a brighter future for psychology as an observation oriented science. Behavioral Sciences, 2, 1-22, doi:10.3390/bs2010001.