R J. Lamb, Ph.D.

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Psychiatry The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
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Lamb RJ, Maguire DR, Ginsburg BC, et al. (2016) Determinants of choice, and vulnerability and recovery in addiction. Behavioural Processes
Lamb RJ, Schindler CW, Pinkston JW. (2016) Conditioned stimuli's role in relapse: preclinical research on Pavlovian-Instrumental-Transfer. Psychopharmacology
Mullen J, Mathias CW, Karns TE, et al. (2016) Behavioral Impulsivity Does Not Predict Naturalistic Alcohol Consumption or Treatment Outcomes Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment
Lamb RJ, Pinkston JW, Ginsburg BC. (2015) Ethanol self-administration in mice under a second-order schedule. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 49: 561-70
Roache JD, Karns TE, Hill-Kapturczak N, et al. (2015) Using Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring to Detect Low-Level Drinking. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 39: 1120-7
Romanowich P, Lamb RJ. (2015) The effects of fixed versus escalating reinforcement schedules on smoking abstinence. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 48: 25-37
Ginsburg BC, Lamb RJ. (2015) Incubation of ethanol reinstatement depends on test conditions and how ethanol consumption is reduced. Behavioural Processes. 113: 66-74
Ginsburg BC, Lamb RJ. (2014) Relative potency of varenicline or fluvoxamine to reduce responding for ethanol versus food depends on the presence or absence of concurrently earned food. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 38: 860-70
Pinkston JW, Ginsburg BC, Lamb RJ. (2014) Reinforcer magnitude and rate dependency: evaluation of resistance-to-change mechanisms. Behavioural Pharmacology. 25: 629-36
Romanowich P, Lamb RJ. (2014) The effects of percentile versus fixed criterion schedules on smoking with equal incentive magnitude for initial abstinence. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 22: 348-55
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