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Frans Van Haaren, in Techniques in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences, 8 Conclusions. The behavioral effects of drug administration depend upon the schedule of reinforcement and the nature of the consequent event. The explanatory value of the rate-dependency hypothesis to account for the dissimilar effects of drug administration on different baseline rates of responding has lost much of. Ingesting drugs and alcohol may produce short-term rewards that then result in a lack of control over the behavior. Several behaviors similarly produce short-term rewards and result in a lack of. drugs & behavior. STUDY. PLAY. pharmacy. science of preparation of drugs. psychopharmacology. the study of the behavioral effects of drugs. neuropharmacology. the study of the effects of drugs on the nervous system. behavior. the actions or reactions of an organism in response to external or internal stimuli. illicit. illegal drugs. Methods in Behavioral Pharmacology covers all paradigms without reference to specific pharmacological compounds. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the methodology used to study the behavioral effects of legal and illegal drugs. It also provid.
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