Elizabeth McElroy

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Six rats were rewarded with food pellets for repeating a particular sequence of four responses on two levers, namely left-left-right-right. Ethanol (0.75 g/kg and 2.0 g/kg injected IP) increased the variability of sequences under these “repeat” contingencies, resulting in fewer rewarded trials. Six other rats were rewarded only if their sequence of left and(More)
Pyrethroid pesticide mass loadings in the Ballona Creek Watershed were calculated using the volume-concentration method with a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to explore potential relationships between urban land use, impervious surfaces, and pyrethroid runoff flowing into an urban stream. A calibration of the GIS volume-concentration model was(More)
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