Rita Messing

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University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Messing RB, Devauges V, Sara SJ. (1992) Limbic forebrain toxin trimethyltin reduces behavioral suppression by clonidine. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 42: 313-6
Sparber SB, Bollweg GL, Messing RB. (1991) Food deprivation enhances both autoshaping and autoshaping impairment by a latent inhibition procedure. Behavioural Processes. 23: 59-74
Neal BS, Messing RB, Sparber SB. (1991) Long-term effects of neonatal exposure to isobutylmethylxanthine. II. Attenuation of acute morphine withdrawal in mature rats. Psychopharmacology. 103: 398-406
Messing RB, Allen SJ, Aanonsen L, et al. (1989) Naloxone administration impairs autoshaped learning. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 51: 34-45
Sparber SB, Cohen CA, Messing RB. (1988) Reversal of a trimethyltin-induced learning deficit by desglycinamide-8-arginine vasopressin. Life Sciences. 42: 171-7
Gerbec EN, Messing RB, Sparber SB. (1988) Parallel changes in operant behavioral adaptation and hippocampal corticosterone binding in rats treated with trimethyltin. Brain Research. 460: 346-51
Messing RB, Bollweg G, Chen Q, et al. (1988) Dose-specific effects of trimethyltin poisoning on learning and hippocampal corticosterone binding. Neurotoxicology. 9: 491-502
Huang MS, Messing RB, Sparber SB. (1987) Learning enhancement and behavioral arousal induced by yohimbine. Life Sciences. 41: 1083-8
Cohen CA, Messing RB, Sparber SB. (1987) Selective learning impairment of delayed reinforcement autoshaped behavior caused by low doses of trimethyltin. Psychopharmacology. 93: 301-7
Messing RB, Kleven MS, Sparber SB. (1986) Delaying reinforcement in an autoshaping task generates adjunctive and superstitious behaviors. Behavioural Processes. 13: 327-38
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