Wagner H. Bridger, M.D.

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1961-1982 Psychiatry Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, NY, United States 
 1982-1995 Psychiatry Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Yadin E, Friedman E, Bridger WH. (1991) Spontaneous alternation behavior: an animal model for obsessive-compulsive disorder? Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 40: 311-5
Katz IR, Friedman E, Parmelee P, et al. (1989) Amino acid levels in elderly nursing home residents. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology. 2: 215-22
Barr GA, Paredes W, Bridger WH. (1985) Place conditioning with morphine and phencyclidine: dose dependent effects. Life Sciences. 36: 363-8
Broderick PA, Barr GA, Sharpless NS, et al. (1985) Biogenic amine alterations in limbic brain regions of muricidal rats. Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology. 48: 3-15
Barr GA, Sharpless NS, Cooper S, et al. (1983) Classical conditioning, decay and extinction of cocaine-induced hyperactivity and stereotypy. Life Sciences. 33: 1341-51
Bridger WH, Schiff SR, Cooper SS, et al. (1982) Classical conditioning of cocaine's stimulatory effects. Psychopharmacology Bulletin. 18: 210-4
Cooper SG, Schiff SR, Bridger WH. (1981) Tolerance to behavioral effects of N, N-dimethyltryptamine in mice. Biological Psychiatry. 16: 861-7
Gibbons JL, Barr GA, Schimmel GT, et al. (1981) Inescapable shock alters mescaline's disruption of active avoidance acquisition. Psychopharmacology. 74: 336-8
Gibbons JL, Barr GA, Bridger WH, et al. (1981) L-Tryptophan's effects on mouse killing, feeding, drinking, locomotion, and brain serotonin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 15: 201-6
Barr GA, Gibbons JL, Bridger WH. (1979) A comparison of the effects of acute and subacute administration of beta-phenylethylamine and d-amphetamine on mouse killing behavior of rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 11: 419-22
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