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Studies on behavior part 1 differential sensitivity to pento barbital of pecking performance in pigeons depending on the schedule of reward






Harvey, John A (Ed ) Behavioral Analysis Of Drug Action Research And Commentary 173p Illus Scott, Foresman And Co : Glenview, Ill , U S A ; London, England 14-22

Studies on behavior part 1 differential sensitivity to pento barbital of pecking performance in pigeons depending on the schedule of reward



Accession: 027463846



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Dews, P.B., 1955: Studies on behavior. I. Differential sensitivity to pentobarbital of pecking performance in pigeons depending on the schedule of reward. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 113(4): 393-401

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