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Jonathan Slezak
Jonathan Slezak Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
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Ph.D., and M.S. West Virginia University
B.S., James Madison University



Areas of Study

Experimental psychology: behavioral pharmacology, models of neuropsychiatric disorders


Slezak, J.M., Anderson, K.G. (2014).  Observing of chain schedule stimuli.  Behavioural Processes, 105, 19-27.

Slezak, J.M., Ricaurte, G.A., Tallarida, R.J., Katz, J.L. (2014).  Methylphenidate and impulsivity:  A comparison of effects of methylphenidate enantiomers on delay discounting in rats.  Psychopharmacology, 231, 191-198.

Slezak, J.M., Katz, J.L. (2013).  An influence of delayed reinforcement on the effectiveness of psychostimulants to enhance indices of attention under a five-choice serial reaction time procedure in male rats.  Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 21, 355-362.

Slezak, J.M., Krebs, C.A., Anderson, K.G. (2012). A within-subject analysis of d-amphetamine exposure on delay discounting in rats.  Journal of Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 102, 502-506.

Slezak, J.M., Anderson, K.G. (2011). Effects of acute and chronic methylphenidate on delay discounting. Journal of Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 99, 545-551.

Slezak, J.M., Anderson, K.G. (2009).  Effects of ascending and descending delay sequences, signaled and unsignaled delays and d-amphetamine on delay-discounting functions. Behavioural Pharmacology, 20, 424-436.

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