Victor G. Laties

Affiliations: 
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Behavioral Pharmacology and Toxicology
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Laties VG. (2003) Behavior analysis and the growth of behavioral pharmacology. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 26: 235-52
Stern S, Laties VG. (1998) 60 Hz electric fields and incandescent light as aversive stimuli controlling the behavior of rats responding under concurrent schedules of reinforcement. Bioelectromagnetics. 19: 210-21
Stern S, Laties VG, Nguyen QA, et al. (1996) Exposure to combined static and 60 Hz magnetic fields: failure to replicate a reported behavioral effect. Bioelectromagnetics. 17: 279-92
Rees DC, Wood RW, Laties VG. (1989) Evidence of tolerance following repeated exposure to toluene in the rat. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 32: 283-91
Stern S, Laties VG. (1989) Comparison of 60-Hz electric fields and incandescent light as aversive stimuli controlling the behavior of rats. Bioelectromagnetics. 10: 99-109
Hineline PN, Laties VG. (1987) Introduction. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 48: 439-40
Rees DC, Wood RW, Laties VG. (1987) Stimulus control and the development of behavioral tolerance to daily injections of d-amphetamine in the rat. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 240: 65-73
Laties VG. (1987) Control of animal pain and distress in behavioral studies that use food deprivation or aversive stimulation. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 191: 1290-1
Rees DC, Wood RW, Laties VG. (1985) The roles of stimulus control and reinforcement frequency in modulating the behavioral effects of d-amphetamine in the rat. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 43: 243-55
Stern S, Laties VG. (1985) 60-Hz fields: Detection by female rats Bioelectromagnetics. 6: 99-103
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