Karen G. Anderson

West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, United States 
Behavioral pharmacology, Behavior analysis
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Benjamin T. Saunders research assistant 2006-2007 West Virginia University (Neurotree)
Rebecca Caughron Chalme grad student 2018- West Virginia (Neurotree)
Katya A. Nolder grad student 2018- West Virginia University
James W. Diller grad student 2004-2009 West Virginia University
Natalie R. Bruner grad student 2010 West Virginia University (Neurotree)
Jonathan M. Slezak grad student 2010 West Virginia University (Neurotree)
Sally L. Huskinson grad student 2012 West Virginia University (Neurotree)
Christopher A. Krebs grad student 2014 West Virginia University (Neurotree)
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Eckard ML, Trexler KR, Kotson BT, et al. (2020) Precipitated Δ9-THC withdrawal reduces motivation for sucrose reinforcement in mice. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 172966
Ozga-Hess JE, Anderson KG. (2019) Differential effects of d-amphetamine and atomoxetine on risk-based decision making of Lewis and Fischer 344 rats. Behavioural Pharmacology
Nighbor TD, Ozga-Hess JE, Anderson KG, et al. (2019) Contingency tracking during unsignaled delayed reinforcement: Effects of delay duration and d-amphetamine. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Turturici M, Ozga JE, Anderson KG. (2018) Pair Housing Alters Delay Discounting in Lewis and Fischer 344 Rats. The Psychological Record. 68: 61-70
Shaver TK, Ozga JE, Zhu B, et al. (2018) Long-Term Deficits in Risky Decision-Making after Traumatic Brain Injury on a Rat Analog of the Iowa Gambling Task. Brain Research
Ozga JE, Anderson KG. (2017) Reduction in delay discounting due to nicotine and its attenuation by cholinergic antagonists in Lewis and Fischer 344 rats. Psychopharmacology
Krebs CA, Reilly WJ, Anderson KG. (2016) Reinforcer Magnitude Affects Delay Discounting and Influences Effects of d-Amphetamine in Rats. Behavioural Processes
Krebs CA, Anderson KG. (2015) Extra (non-contingent) food does not affect behavioral tolerance to d-amphetamine's rate-decreasing effects. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 132: 142-151
Slezak JM, Anderson KG. (2014) Observing of chain-schedule stimuli. Behavioural Processes. 105: 19-27
Huskinson SL, Anderson KG. (2013) Effects of different fixed-ratio requirements on delay discounting in rats. Behavioural Processes. 100: 18-22
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