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Chlordiazepoxide attenuates shock-based and enhances LiCl-based fluid aversionsDELAMATER, A. R; TREIT, D.Learning and motivation (Print). 1988, Vol 19, Num 3, pp 221-238, issn 0023-9690Article

A reevaluation of the CS-hypothesis for schedule-induced polydipsia under intermittent schedules of pellet deliverySHURTLEFF, D; DELAMATER, A. R; RILEY, A. L et al.Learning & behavior. 1983, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 247-254, issn 1543-4494Article

Pharmacology of sucrose-reinforced place-preference conditioning : Effects of naltrexoneDELAMATER, A. R; SCLAFANI, A; BODNAR, R. J et al.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 2000, Vol 65, Num 4, pp 697-704, issn 0091-3057Article

The effects of variations in the interpellet interval on wheel running in the ratRILEY, A. L; WETHERINGTON, C. L; DELAMATER, A. R et al.Learning & behavior. 1985, Vol 13, Num 2, pp 201-206, issn 1543-4494Article

Control of fluid palatability by exteroceptive Pavlovian signalsDELAMATER, A. R; LOLORDO, V. M; BERRIDGE, K. C et al.Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes. 1986, Vol 12, Num 2, pp 143-152, issn 0097-7403Article

Pharmacology of flavor preference conditioning in sham-feeding rats : Effects of dopamine receptor antagonistsYU, W.-Z; SILVA, R. M; SCLAFANI, A et al.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 2000, Vol 65, Num 4, pp 635-647, issn 0091-3057Article

Conditioned inhibition in taste aversion learning Testing methodology and empirical statusDELAMATER, A. R; KRUSE, J. M; MARLIN, S et al.Learning & behavior. 1986, Vol 14, Num 1, pp 6-14, issn 1543-4494Article

Pharmacology of flavor preference conditioning in sham-feeding rats : Effects of naltrexoneYU, W.-Z; SCLAFANI, A; DELAMATER, A. R et al.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 1999, Vol 64, Num 3, pp 573-584, issn 0091-3057Conference Paper

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