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Animal Models of Cognitive Development in Neurotoxicology.
Behavioral Development Following Daily Episodes of Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat.
Cognitive and Neuroanatomical Effects of Triethyltin in Developing Rats: Role of Age of Exposure. Research Report.
Contribution of Marine Algae to Trihalomethane Production in Chlorinated Estuarine Water.
Corticosterone Hypersecretion in Preweanling Rats Exposed Neonatally to Trimethyltin.
Developmental Change in Reversal Learning of an Olfactory Discrimination.
Developmental Neurotoxicity: Evaluation of Testing Procedures with Methylazoxymethanol and Methylmercury.
Eyeblink Conditioning in the Developing Rat.
Fimbria-Fornix Transections Disrupt the Ontogeny of Delayed Alternation but Not Position Discrimination in the Rat.
Fornix Transections Disrupt the Ontogeny of Latent Inhibition in the Rat.
Medial Prefrontal Cortex Lesions and Spatial Delayed Alternation in the Developing Rat: Recovery or Sparing.
Neonatal Exposure to Triethyltin Disrupts Olfactory Discrimination Learning in Preweanling Rats.
Neonatal Exposure to Trimethyltin Disrupts Spatial Delayed Alternation Learning in Preweanling Rats.
Ontogeny of Eyeblink Conditioning in the Rat: Effects of US Intensity and Interstimulus Interval on Delay Conditioning.
Repeated Maternal Separation in the Neonatal Rat: Cellular Mechanisms Contributing to Brain Growth Sparing.
Role of Motor Activity in the Asssessment of Neurotoxicity.
Serial Spatial Reversal Learning in Rats: Comparison of Instrumental and Automaintenance Procedures.
Taste Discrimination Learning in Preweanling Rats.
Time-Dependent Effects of Acute Chlorpyrifos Administration on Spatial Delayed Alternation and Cholinergic Neurochemistry in Weanling Rats.
Workshop on the Qualitative and Quantitative Comparability of Human and Animal Developmental Neurotoxicity, Work Group 1 Report: Comparability of Measures of Developmental Neurotoxicity in Humans and Laboratory Animals.
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