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Marshall, J.F., & Teitelbaum, P. (1977). New considerations in the neuropsychology of motivated behaviors. In L.L. Iversen, S.D. Iversen & S.H. Snyder (Eds.), Handbook of Psychopharmacology (pp. 201-229). New York: Plenum Press.

Teitelbaum, P. (1977). The physiological analysis of motivated behavior. In P.G. Zimbardo & F.L. Ruch (Eds.), Psychology of Life (9th ed., pp. 2A-2F). Glenview, Illinois: Scot, Foresman & Co.

Teitelbaum, P. (1977). Levels of integration of the operant. In W.K. Honig & J.E. Staddon (Eds.), Handbook of Operant Behavior (pp. 7-27). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.

Szechtman, H., Ornstein, K., Hofstein, R., Teitelbaum, P., & Golani, I. (1980). Apomorphine induces behavioral regression: a sequence that is opposite of neurological recovery. In E. Usdin, T.L. Sourkes & M.B.H. Youdim (Eds.), Enzymes and Neurotransmitters in Mental Disease (pp. 511-517). London: John Wiley.  View pdf in new window

Teitelbaum, P., Schallert, T., DeRyck, M., Whishaw, I.Q., & Golani, I. (1980). Motor subsystems in motivated behavior. In R.F. Thompson, L.H. Hicks & V.B. Shvyrokov (Eds.), Neural Mechanisms of Goal-Directed Behavior and Learning (pp. 127-143). New York: Academic Press.

Teitelbaum, P. (1982). Disconnection and antagonistic interaction of movement subsystems in motivated behavior. In A.R. Morrison & P.L. Strick (Eds.), Changing Concepts of the Nervous System: Proceedings of the First Institute of Neurological Sciences Symposium in Neurobiology (pp. 467-498). New York: Academic Press.

Teitelbaum, P. (1982). What is "zero condition" for motivated behavior? In B.G. Hoebel & D. Novin (Eds.), The Neural Basis of Feeding and Reward (pp. 7-25). Brunswick, Maine: Haer Institute.

Teitelbaum, P., Szechtman, H., Sirkin, D.W., & Golani, I. (1982). Dimensions of movement, movement subsystems and local reflexes in the dopaminergic systems underlying exploratory locomotion. In M.Y. Spiegelstein & A. Levy (Eds.), Behavioral Models and the Analysis of Drug Action (pp. 357-385). Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company.  View pdf in new window

Teitelbaum, P. (1983). Sources of "spontaneity" in motivated behavior. In E. Satinoff & P. Teitelbaum (Eds.), Handbook of Behavioral Neurobiology (pp. 23-65). New York: Plenum Press.

Teitelbaum, P. (1986). The lateral hypothalamic disconnection syndrome: A reappraisal and a new theory for recovery of function. In S.H. Hulse & B.F. Green Jr. (Eds.), G. Stanley Hall: Essays in Honor of 100 Years of Psychological Research in America (pp. 74-125). Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Teitelbaum, P., Pellis, S.M., & DeVietti, T.L. (1990). Disintegration into stereotypy induced by drugs or brain damage: A microdescriptive behavioural analysis. In S.J. Cooper & C.T. Dourish (Eds.), Neurobiology of Stereotyped Behaviour (pp. 169-199). New York, NY, US: Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press.

Teitelbaum, P., Pellis, V.C., & Pellis, S.M. (1991). Can allied reflexes promote the integration of a robot's behavior? In J. Arcady-Meyer & S. Wilson (Eds.), From Animals to Animats (pp. 97-104). Cambridge, MA: Bradford/MIT Press.

Teitelbaum, P., Maurer, R.G., Fryman, J., Teitelbaum, O.B., Vilensky, J., & Creedon, M.P. (1996). Dimensions of disintegration in the stereotyped locomotion characteristic of parkinsonism and autism. In R.L. Sprague & K.M. Newell (Eds.), Stereotyped Movements: Brain and Behavior Relationships (pp. 167-193). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.