1985 – 1989

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Heyman, G.M. (1989). The case of the “redundant” donor: Neither egoistic nor altruistic. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 708-709.

Heyman, G.M. (1988). Optimization theory: A too narrow path. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 136-137.

Heyman, G.M. (1988). How drugs affect cells and reinforcement affects behavior: Formal analogies. In M. Commons, R. Church, J. Stellar, & A. Wagner (Eds.), Quantitative Analyses of Behavior, Vol. 7: Biological Determinants of Reinforcement and Memory. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Press, 157-182.

Heyman, G.M., Monaghan, M. and Clody, D.E. (1987). Cis-flupentixol attenuates motor performance. Psychopharmacology, 93, 477-482.

Heyman, G.M. and Monaghan, M.M. (1987). The effect of changes in the response requirement and deprivation on the parameters of the matching law equation: New data and review. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 13, 384-394.

Heyman, G.M. and Beer, B.B. (1987). A new approach for evaluating the behavioral effects of anti-psychotic drugs. Trends in Pharmacology, 8, 388-393.

Heyman, G.M., Kinzie, D.L. and Seiden, L.S. (1986). The effects of chlorpromazine and pimozide in reinforcement efficacy and motor performance: A matching law analysis. Psychopharmacology, 88, 346-353.

Heyman, G.M. and Herrnstein, R.J. (1986). More on concurrent interval ratio schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 46, 331-351.

Heyman, G.M. and Seiden, L.S. (1985). A parametric description of amphetamine’s effect on response rate: Changes in reinforcement efficacy and response topography.Psychopharmacology, 85, 154-161.