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    Meyer R. E., editor. Adverse Reactions to Hallucinogenic Drugs. Report of a Conference held at the National Institute of Mental Health, Chevy Chase, Maryland, September 1967 (with selected background papers). Bethesda, MD: National Clearinghouse for Mental Health Information; 1969.
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    Meyer R. E., Pillard R. C., Mirin S. M., Shapiro L. M. Administration of marihuana to heavy and casual marihuana users. Am J Psychiatry 1971; 128: 198204.
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    Mirin S. M., Shapiro L. M., Meyer R. E., Pillard R. C., Fisher S. Casual versus heavy use of marijuana: a redefinition of the marijuana problem. Am J Psychiatry 1971; 127: 113440.
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    Meyer R. E., Cochin J., Miller J. M., Rosow C. The relationship between aggression and host differences in vulnerability to opiate addiction in the white mouse. In: Report of the college on Problems of Drug Dependence. Philadelphia, PA: CPDD; 1970.
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    Hindman R. D., Miller J. M., Meyer R. E., Cochin J. The effect of length of exposure to etonitazene upon drug seeking behavior. Pharmacologist 1971; 13: 262.
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    Mendelson J. H., Rossi A. M., Meyer R. E. The Use of Marihuana: A Psychological and Physiological Inquiry. New York: Plenum Press; 1974.
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    Meyer R. E., Mirin S. M. The Heroin Stimulus: Implications for a Theory of Addiction. New York: Plenum; 1979.
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    Kranzler H. R., Dolinsky Z., Kaplan R. F. Giving ethanol to alcoholics in a research setting: its effect on compliance with disulfiram treatment. Br J Addict 1990; 85: 11923.
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    Dolinsky Z., Babor T. F. Ethical, scientific and clinical issues in ethanol administration research involving alcoholics as human subjects. Addiction 1976; 92: 108797.
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    Wikler A., Pescor F. T. Classical conditioning of a morphine abstinence phenomenon, reinforcement of opioid-drinking behavior and ‘relapse’ in morphine-addicted rats. Psychopharmacologia 1967; 10: 25584.
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    Wikler A. Opioid Dependence: Mechanisms and Treatment. New York: Plenum Press; 1980.
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    Weiss F., Koob G. F. The neuropharmacology of ethanol self-administration. In: MeyerR. E., KoobG. F., LewisM. J., PaulS. M., editors. Neuropharmacology of Ethanol: New Approaches. Boston, MA: Birkhauser; 1991, p. 12562.
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    Vavrousek-Jakuba E., Cohen C. A., Shoemaker W. J. Ethanol effects of CNS dopamine receptors: in vivo binding following voluntary ethanol intake in rats. In: NaranjoC. A., SellersE. M., editors. Novel Pharmacological Interventions for Alcoholism. NewYork: Springer-Verlag; 1990, p. 3724.
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    Kaplan R. F., Meyer R. E., Stroebel C. F. Alcohol dependence and responsivity to an ethanol stimulus as predictors of alcohol consumption. Br J Addict 1983; 78: 25967.
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    Babor T. F., Meyer R. E., Hesselbrock V. M. From collaboration to integration: the university of Connecticut Alcohol Research Center in concept and practice. Bull Soc Psychol Subst Abuse 1985; 4: 315.
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    Meyer R. E. Old wine, new bottle: the alcohol dependence syndrome. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1986; 9: 43553.
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    Cooney N. L., Meyer R. E., Kaplan R. F., Baker L. H. A validation study of four scales measuring the alcohol dependence syndrome. Br J Addict 1986; 81: 2239.
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    Meyer R. E. Finding paradigms for the future of alcoholism research: an interdisciplinary perspective. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2001; 25: 1393406.