Robert Huber

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Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, United States 
Area:
Neuroethology
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Gore S, van Staaden MJ, Sprague JE, et al. (2019) Synthetic cathinones and their phenethylamine analogues produce distinct psychomotor and reward behavior in crayfish. Behavioural Brain Research. 112368
Imeh-Nathaniel A, Orfanakos V, Wormack L, et al. (2019) The crayfish model (Orconectes rusticus), epigenetics and drug addiction research. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 183: 38-45
van Staaden M, Huber R. (2019) Editorial: Invertebrate Models of Natural and Drug-Sensitive Reward. Frontiers in Physiology. 10: 490
van Staaden MJ, Huber R. (2018) Crayfish Learning: Addiction and the Ganglionic Brain. Perspectives On Behavior Science. 41: 417-429
Datta U, van Staaden M, Huber R. (2018) Crayfish Self-Administer Amphetamine in a Spatially Contingent Task. Frontiers in Physiology. 9: 433
Huber R, Imeh-Nathaniel A, Nathaniel TI, et al. (2018) Drug-sensitive Reward in Crayfish: Exploring the Neural Basis of Addiction with Automated Learning Paradigms. Behavioural Processes
Shipley AT, Imeh-Nathaniel A, Orfanakos VB, et al. (2017) The Sensitivity of the Crayfish Reward System to Mammalian Drugs of Abuse. Frontiers in Physiology. 8: 1007
Imeh-Nathaniel A, Rincon N, Orfanakos VB, et al. (2017) Effects of chronic cocaine, morphine and methamphetamine on the mobility, immobility and stereotyped behaviors in crayfish. Behavioural Brain Research
Bhimani R, Huber R. (2015) Operant avoidance learning in crayfish, Orconectes rusticus: Computational ethology and the development of an automated learning paradigm. Learning & Behavior
Imeh-Nathaniel A, Adedeji A, Huber R, et al. (2015) The rewarding properties of methamphetamine in an invertebrate model of drug addiction. Physiology & Behavior. 153: 40-46
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