Jay Trowill, PhD

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Psychology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, United States 
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Hoffman DL, Trowill JA. (1979) Modulation of intracranial reward-punishment interaction by scopolamine. Physiology & Behavior. 23: 223-8
Chisholm DC, Trowill JA. (1976) Consummatory responses as sources of reinforcement in electrically induced behaviors. Physiology & Behavior. 16: 51-3
Chisholm DC, Trowill JA. (1976) Effects of response experience and concurrent hypothalamic stimulation on electrically elicited behavior Physiological Psychology. 4: 195-197
Cooper PH, Trowill JA. (1974) Wood gnawing preferences in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 13: 845-7
Chisholm DC, Trowill JA. (1972) The effects of incentive shifts on stimulus-bound licking in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 9: 277-9
Clarke S, Trowill JA. (1971) Sniffing and motivated behavior in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 6: 49-52
Couch JV, Trowill JA. (1971) Free operant DRL performance maintained by a single electrical brain stimulation reinforcement Psychonomic Science. 25: 303-304
Panksepp J, Trowill JA. (1971) Positive and negative contrast in licking with shifts in sucrose concentration as a function of food deprivation Learning and Motivation. 2: 49-57
Clarke S, Panksepp J, Trowill J, et al. (1970) A method of recording sniffing in the free-moving rat. Physiology & Behavior. 5: 125-6
Trowill JA, Hynek K. (1970) Secondary reinforcement based on primary brain stimulation reward. Psychological Reports. 27: 715-8
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