Learning and Memory: The Behavioral and Biological Substrates

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Author Index
Italics denote references pages. A
Abarca, N., 8, 22
Abel, E. L., 194, 186, 204
Abhold, R., 132, 149
Abram, W. C., 241, 243, 245
Abrams, T. W., 130, 149, 153, 177, 240, 245
Aggleton, J. P., 41, 42, 174, 179
Ahumada, A., 258, 273
Akase, E., 281, 294, 310
Akers, R. F., 240, 244
Albert, D., 194, 207
Albert, T. J., 154, 162, 175
Albus, J. D., 296, 310
Albus, J. S., 359, 360, 366, 370, 383
Alcantara, A. A., 220, 221, 224, 225
Alderson, L. M., 142, 148
Alexander, G. E., 296, 310, 311
Alger, B., 239, 245, 279, 311
Alkon, D. L., 153, 175, 176, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 281, 313, 363, 366, 371, 383
Allan, L. G., 105, 125
Allen, M., 261, 262, 263, 264, 272
Altar, C. A., 134, 148
Altman, J., 186, 190, 201, 204
Amaral, D. G., 168, 172, 180, 192, 208, 275, 320
Amsel, A., 87, 101
Anand, B. K., 173, 180
Andersen, P., 297, 311
Anderson, B. J., 220, 221, 224, 225
Anderson, D. C., 154, 175
Anderson, J. A., 277, 310, 316
Anderson, M. L., 237, 248
Anderson, M., 25, 42
Andrade, R., 240, 247
Anisman, H., 129, 148
Antelman, S. M., 129, 133, 148
Applegate, C. D., 163, 173, 175, 329, 342
Armstrong, G. D., 64, 65, 68, 78
Arneric, S., 174, 178
Astley, C. A., 322, 330, 345
Aston-Jones, G., 172, 175
Astrachan, D. I., 154, 156, 176
Atkin, A., 370, 383
Aucella, A. F., 69, 77
Augerinos, G., 7, 23
Avery, M., 33, 43
Azizi, S. A., 299, 311, 316
B
Babb, T. L., 279, 314
Babbini, M., 132, 148
Badia, P., 86, 91, 100, 102
Balda, R. P., 8, 21, 22, 26, 29, 30, 36, 37, 39, 42, 44
Bandler, R., 332, 342
Bank, B., 236, 244
Baraban, J. M., 154, 176, 237, 249
Baranowski, J. R., 200, 205
Barchas, J. D., 379, 385
Barker, D. J., 258, 271

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