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  1. Effects of ethanol on the development of classically conditioned heart rate in the rat

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  2. Factors affecting the direction of classically conditioned heart-rate responses of rats : influence of instrumental contingencies, degree of restraint, and skeletal-motor activity

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  3. Classically conditioned changes in heart rate and blood pressure based on electric shock or ammonia-fumes reinforcement

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  4. Conditioned inhibitory changes in heart rate with and without ethanol

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  5. Conditioned inhibition of heart rate : the effects of ethanol on three inhibitory-training procedures

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  6. Effects of intrauterine ischemia on heart rate conditioning in neonatal dogs

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  7. Classically conditioned heart rate in rats based on the interoceptive effects of ethanol and lithium chloride

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  8. The Effects of amygdalar lesions on heart rate responses in rats

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  9. Autonomic control of classically conditioned heart rate and blood pressure responses in restrained and unrestrained spontaneously hypertensive rats

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  10. Autonomic correlates of conditioned changes generated by an explicitly unpaired procedure

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  11. The Effects of morphine and nalozone on aversively conditioned heart rate responses of the rat

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  12. Effects of central administration of an enkephalin analog ([D-Ala2 ]-methionine enkephalinamide) on the development of conditioned heart rate respones

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  13. Conditioned stimulus control of the physiological effects of morphine

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