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Diminution of schedule-induced polydipsia after a long rest periodWETHERINGTON, C. L; RILEY, A. L.Physiology & behavior. 1986, Vol 37, Num 2, pp 375-378, issn 0031-9384Article

Differences in food consumption under intermittent and continuous reinforcement schedules of water delivery: some implications for schedule-induced behaviorWETHERINGTON, C. L; RILEY, A. L.Learning & behavior. 1985, Vol 13, Num 3, pp 331-337, issn 1543-4494Article

The differential effects of naloxone hydrochloride on the acquisition and maintenance of schedule-induced polydipsiaRILEY, A. L; WETHERINGTON, C. L.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 1987, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 677-681, issn 0091-3057Article

Schedule-induced polydipsia: interactions with wheel runningWETHERINGTON, C. L; RILEY, A. L.Learning & behavior. 1986, Vol 14, Num 4, pp 416-420, issn 1543-4494Article

Diminution of schedule-induced polydipsia after a long rest periodWETHERINGTON, C. L; RILEY, A. L.Physiology & behavior. 1986, Vol 37, Num 2, pp 375-378, issn 0031-9384Article

A software package for the microcomputer control and analysis of research on schedule-induced polydipsiaRILEY, A. L; SCHOENING, G. A; WETHERINGTON, C. L et al.Physiology & behavior. 1985, Vol 35, Num 5, pp 825-829, issn 0031-9384Article

The effects of food schedule adaptation on the ability of naloxone to suppress the acquisition of schedule-induced polydipsiaGETER, B; KAUTZ, M. A; WETHERINGTON, C. L et al.Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior. 1991, Vol 38, Num 1, pp 85-92, issn 0091-3057, 8 p.Article

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

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