Lawrence O'Kelly

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O'kelly LI, Hatton GI. (1969) Effects on ingestion and excretion of water of lesions in a single hypothalamic area Physiology and Behavior. 4: 769-776,IN13-IN14
Hatton GI, O'Kelly LI. (1966) Water regulation in the rat: consummatory and excretory responses to short-term osmotic stress. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 61: 477-9
O'Kelly LI, Crow LT, Tapp JT, et al. (1966) Water regulation in the rat: drive intensity and fixed ratio responding. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 61: 194-7
O'KELLY LI, HATTON GI, TUCKER L, et al. (1965) WATER REGULATION IN THE RAT: HEART RATE AS A FUNCTION OF HYDRATION, ANESTHESIA, AND ASSOCIATION WITH REINFORCEMENT. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 59: 159-65
Hurst GS, O'Kelly LB, Bortner TE. (1961) Dissociative electron capture in water vapor Physical Review. 123: 1715-1718
O'KELLY LI, FALK JL. (1958) Water regulation in the rat: II. The effects of preloads of water and sodium chloride on the barpressing performance of thirsty rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 51: 22-5
O'KELLY LI, FALK JL, FLINT D. (1958) Water regulation in the rat: I. Gastrointestinal exchange rates of water and sodium chloride in thirsty animals. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 51: 16-21
O'KELLY LI, WEISS HH. (1955) The effects of ether and a barbiturate on water regulation in the rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 48: 123-5
O'KELLY LI. (1954) The effect of preloads of water and sodium chloride on voluntary water intake of thirsty rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 47: 7-13
O'Kelly LI. (1940) The validity of defecation as a measure of emotionality in the rat Journal of General Psychology. 23: 75-87
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