Robert A. Boakes

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University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
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Learning processes
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Boakes RA, Rehn S, Badolato C, et al. (2020) Reduced acceptance of saccharin solutions by rats previously consuming more highly palatable solutions. Physiology & Behavior. 112822
Mills L, Boakes RA, Colagiuri B. (2018) The effect of dose expectancies on caffeine withdrawal symptoms during tapered dose reduction. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England). 269881118817158
Rehn S, Onuma T, Rooney KB, et al. (2018) Sodium saccharin can be more acceptable to rats than pure saccharin. Behavioural Processes
Kendig MD, Fu MX, Rehn S, et al. (2018) Metabolic and cognitive improvement from switching to saccharin or water following chronic consumption by female rats of 10% sucrose solution. Physiology & Behavior
Kendig MD, Boakes RA, Corbit LH. (2018) Variety overcomes the specificity of cue-potentiated feeding in rats. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 44: 56-66
Kwok DWS, Boakes RA. (2017) Situational relevance: Context as a factor in serial overshadowing of taste aversion learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-35
Kwok DW, Harris JA, Boakes RA. (2016) Timing of interfering events in one-trial serial overshadowing of a taste aversion. Learning & Behavior
Boakes RA, Martire SI, Rooney KB, et al. (2016) Individual differences in saccharin acceptance predict rats' food intake. Physiology & Behavior
Boakes RA, Kendig MD, Martire SI, et al. (2016) Sweetening yoghurt with glucose, but not with saccharin, promotes weight gain and increased fat pad mass in rats. Appetite
Mills L, Boakes RA, Colagiuri B. (2016) Placebo caffeine reduces withdrawal in abstinent coffee drinkers. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England)
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