Byron Campbell

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Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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http://psychlib.princeton.edu/faculty2.htm
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Longstreet AR, Opalka SM, Campbell BS, et al. (2013) Investigating the continuous synthesis of a nicotinonitrile precursor to nevirapine. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry. 9: 2570-8
Longstreet AR, Campbell BS, Gupton BF, et al. (2013) Improved synthesis of mono- and disubstituted 2-halonicotinonitriles from alkylidene malononitriles. Organic Letters. 15: 5298-301
Hayne H, Richardson R, Campbell BA. (1992) Developmental constraints on the expression of behavioral and heart-rate orienting responses: II. The role of ambient temperature. Developmental Psychobiology. 25: 51-65
Hayne H, Richardson R, Campbell BA. (1992) Developmental changes in the duration of attention to unfamiliar stimuli in the rat. Psychophysiology. 29: 283-93
Hayne H, Hess M, Campbell BA. (1992) The effect of prenatal alcohol exposure on attention in the rat. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 14: 393-8
Hayne H, Richardson R, Campbell B. (1991) Developmental constraints on the expression of behavioral and heart-rate orienting responses: I. The role of cardiosomatic coupling. Developmental Psychobiology. 24: 1-18
Campbell BA, Alberts JR. (1979) Ontogeny of long-term memory for learned taste aversions. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 25: 139-56
Lynch G, Ballantine P, Campbell BA. (1971) Differential rates of recovery following frontal cortical lesions in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 7: 737-41
Campbell BA, Ballantine P, Lynch G. (1971) Hippocampal control of behavioral arousal: duration of lesion effects and possible interactions with recovery after frontal cortical damage. Experimental Neurology. 33: 159-70
Campbell BA, Lynch GS. (1969) Cortical modulation of spontaneous activity during hunger and thirst. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 67: 15-22
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