Biological Determinants of Reinforcement, Volume 7
Psychology Press, 1988 - Psychology - 280 pages
This seventh volume, divided into four parts, addresses the biological determinates of reinforcement and memory. Covers topics in electrical brain stimulation, drugs and reinforcement, and cellular mechanisms.
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PART DRUGS AND REINFORCEMENT
The Reward Summation
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