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Journal of Comparative Psychology
1701 Psychology, 1702 Cognitive Sciences
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GENETIC ARCHITECTURE OF OLFACTORY DISCRIMINATIVE AVOIDANCE-CONDITIONING IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER
Genetic architecture of olfactory discriminative avoidance conditioning in Drosophila melanogaster.
Dissociation of long-term analgesia and the shuttle box escape deficit caused by inescapable shock.
OPIATE ANTAGONISTS AND LONG-TERM ANALGESIC REACTION INDUCED BY INESCAPABLE SHOCK IN RATS
FAILURE TO LEARN TO ESCAPE BY RATS PREVIOUSLY EXPOSED TO INESCAPABLE SHOCK IS PARTLY PRODUCED BY ASSOCIATIVE INTERFERENCE
Preferences for tastes paired with recovery from thiamine deficiency in rats: Appetitive conditioning or learned safety?
Failure to learn to escape in rats previously exposed to inescapable shock depends on nature of escape response.
Influence of control of shock on subsequent shock-elicited aggression.
Relative novelty of solid and liquid diet during thiamine deficiency determines development of thiamine-specific hunger.
Sequential variables as determiners of the rat's discrimination of reinforcement events: Effects of extinction performance.
Effects of sequential manipulations in the within-subjects partial reinforcement runway experiment with rats.
Runway performance in rats as a function of goal-box placements and goal-event sequence.
Within-subjects partial reinforcement with rats: Sequence and discriminability of reinforcement events.