Behavioral effects of toluene are modulated by stimulus control.

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Behavior that is strongly controlled by environmental stimuli is less susceptible to disruption by certain chemicals than is such behavior not under strong external control. To determine whether toluene's effects can also be minimized by environmental stimuli, two varieties of a fixed consecutive number schedule were studied. With one, a lever press… (More)

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