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B. J. Ellis, Ecological contexts of parenting and early life history strategy: An evolutionary approach.
K. S. Murnane, Neuropharmacology of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA, “ecstasy”) and its stereoisomers.
D. A. Dewsbury, Historical trends in American comparative animal psychology.
E. M. Eisenstein, Evolutionary significance of the simple learned-behaviors of habituation and sensitization for organism
M. Davison, What do reinforcers really do to behavior?
G. B. Bauer, Tactile senses of the Florida manatee.
J. M. Fazio, Behavioral assessment of the clouded leopard: A comparative study of reproductive success.
P. Soto, Contribution of A5GABAA receptors to performance of rhesus monkeys in a delayed-matching-to-sample
and spatial working-memory task and to the effects of the benzodiazepine triazolam.
F. E. Abd Alazim Daw, Relationship between cerebral hemispheres and anxiety.
E. G. Bruneau, Activity in the precuneus predicts negativity toward the outgroup in arabs and Israelis.
S. A. Morelli, Neural correlates of emphathy.
J. Zaki, Social influence modulates the neural computation of reward.
E. B. Falk, Neural activity in response to persuasive messages predicts long-term behavior change: Examples of a
novel brain-as-predictor approach.
M. K. Greenwald, Prospect theory: Implications for laboratory models and treatment of substance abuse.
F. Subiaul, Learning the rules: Evidence from human and nonhuman apes.
W. McKibbin, Human psychological adaptation to sperm competition.
O. Vartanian, Neuroimaging creativity: Dissociable neural systems for analogy and metaphor.
G. W. Rooker, Response force under ratio schedules and in the context of functional analysis.
B. A. Hutsell, Role of attending in the acquisition of conditional stimulus control.
M. Brickman, Using neuroimaging in the community to discover pathways to cognitive aging.
C. Snowdon, Social neuroscience of cooperative breeding.
G. M. Burghardt, Environmental enrichment, cognitive challenges, and psychological well-being: Relevant for captive reptiles too?
S. J. Schapiro, Empirical evaluations of the effects of behavioral management techniques on psychological well-being in captive nonhuman primates.
W. E. Fantegrossi, Effects of synthetic cannabinoids in mice.
B. J. Everitt, Neuropsychological mechanisms underlying drug addiction: Insights from behavioral neuroscience.
J. W. Pilley, Chaser and her toys: What a dog teaches us about cognition.
A. Bleske-Rechek, Primer on evolutionary psychology: Foundational ideas, exemplary research, and criticisms.
S. M. Pellis, Play and the brain: A developmental collaboration.
D. Ansari, Does number sense count? Evidence from brain and behavior.
M. Dennis, Age, plasticity and the immature brain: Historical and current ideas.
N. Kawai, Primate mind in human beings, human intelligence in primates: Comparative cognition studies with computer tasks.
M. H. Bornstein, Toward a behavioral neuroscience of parenting.
D. Dow-Edwards, Differential effects of prenatal cocaine and environment on cocaine reward and the dopamine transporter in male and female adolescent rats.
M. A. Nader, Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on brain dopamine receptor function, behavior, and cocaine reinforcement in adult male and female rhesus monkeys.
E. A. Wasserman, Unhinging design: Reconsidering the role of planning and foresight in the origin of adaptive behavior.
T. E. Robinson, Touch of temptation: Individual variation in the ability to resist reward cues and implications for addictions.
T. F. Heatherton, Giving in to temptation: The neural basis of self-control failure.
Y. Delville, Hamsster and human bullies.
M. Fanselow, Neural circuits for remembering and inhibiting fear.
M. K. Johnson, Cognitive neuroscience of true and false memories.