1st Edition

Advances in Behavioral Pharmacology
Volume 7





ISBN 9781138966055
Published November 24, 2016 by Psychology Press
220 Pages

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Book Description

This volume continues to document and summarize developments, trends, and emergent interdisciplinary research in behavioral psychopharmacology. For researchers and graduate students in psychopharmacology, behavioral pharmacology, toxicology, and the neurosciences. This seventh volume continues to document and summarize developments, trends, and emergent interdisciplinary research in behavioral psychopharmacology. For researchers and graduate students in psychopharmacology, behavioral pharmacology, toxicology, and the neurosciences. This is the latest volume in a series that continues to document and summarize developments, trends, and emergent interdisciplinary research in behavioral pharmacology, psychopharmacology, and the neurosciences. The chapters, written by authorities in their respective research areas, provide up-to-date examination and analysis of dominant evolving research areas.

Designed as a resource text for professionals, as well as a supplementary text for upper level undergraduate and graduate students of behavioral pharmacology, psychopharmacology, psychobiology, and related fields, this book, like the others in the Advances in Behavioral Pharmacology Series, provides comprehensive coverage unavailable elsewhere.

Table of Contents

Contents: M.J. Marr, Behavioral Pharmacology: Issues of Reductionism and Causality. J.L. Katz, Effects of Drugs on Stimulus Control of Behavior Under Schedules of Reinforcement. G.M. Heyman, M.M. Monaghan, Contributions of the Matching Law to the Analysis of the Behavioral Effects of Drugs. J.M. Witkin, Behavioral Pharmacology of Compounds Affecting Muscarinic Cholinergic Receptors. I. Lucki, Behavioral Responses Associated With Serotonin Receptors. K.M. Kantak, Nutritional Aspects of Drug Action on Behavior. M.N. Branch, D.W. Schaal, Roles and Characteristics of Theory in Behavioral Pharmacology.

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