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Trevor Cornelius Stuart Archer

Senior Professor

Born: 25thOctober1949(St.Crispin&St.Crispinian). At 7 years, I was sent to St. Joseph’s College (school), North Point, Darjeeling, and from 15-17 years I attended Wallington Grammar School, Wallington, Surrey, UK. During this time I was part-time stable lad, Epsom, Surrey(PaulSmythe). With ‘O’-levels, I was offered a position at the Institute of Animal Physiology, Babraham, UK, and took my HND qualification at Cambridge Polytechnical College, Cambridge, UK (1971). Thereafter, I obtained an Honour’s degree (Psychology and Physiology) at Newcastle-upon-Tyne University (1974), and a PhD, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden (1979). From 1978 (Aug) to 1988 (Dec), I was employed by Astra Läkemedel AB with the position of Head of CNS Drugs when I left to take up my appointment as Professor and Chair of Biological Psychology. I have the position of Guest or Visiting Professor at: University of Hawaii at Manoa(1994), Örebro University(1996-2006), Karlstad University (2000-2004), Kalmar University (2003-2013), Madrid University(1991-2009), Sapienza University,Rome(2013-) and received an Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award from St. Joseph’s College, North Point (2010); Honorary Doctorship,: Professorship and Membership Awards from the Polish Academy of Science Pharmacological Society (May, 2013); and the Sansone Award (April, 2014): School of Medicine, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

1. (Mal)adaptive Aspects of Developmental Stress. Eds: G Laviola & S Macri.

2. Isoquinolines and Beta-carbolines as Neurotoxins and Neuroprotectants. Eds. L

Antkiewicz-Michaluk & H Rommelspacher.

3. Methylmercury and Neurotoxicity. Eds: S Ceccatelli & M Aschner.

4. Immunology and Psychiatry: from Basic to Clinic. Eds. N Müller & AM Myint.

Award 2010

 

Lifetime Achievement Award from St. Joseph’s College, North Point.

 

Diploma (Phillip Khan-Panni, Chairman Alumnus Society) and NP Shield.

 

Award 2013

 

Honorary Member of the Polish Pharmacological Society 2013

To be Conferred may, 23-25, 2013.

 

Awards 2013

 

Honorary Professor and Honorary Professor in Pharmacology,

Polish Science Academy and Pharmacological Society

23rd May, 2013.

 

 

Invitation 2014

 

Sansone Lecture on Well-being.University of Washington at St. Loius,

Missouri.8thApril, 2014

 

Award 2014

 

The Sansone Award, University of Washington, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

 

Judicial assignments

 

Expert Witness: Mål nr 27370-10, Socialnämnden I Gotlands kommun (Lagman Peter

Freudenthal) Datum: 2010-09-02.

 

Expert Witness: Mål nr T 1058-11 27370-10, Socialnämnden I Gotlands kommun

(Rådmannen Kristina Wirdemark)Datum: 2012-05-30.

* 1. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Conditioned taste-aversion to saccharin induced by

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid in rats. 5th Scandinavian Meeting on "Physiology and Behavior", 1977, p. 40.

* 2. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Conditioned taste-aversion to saccharin induced by

2,4,5- Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid in albino rats. Physiology and Behavior, 1977, 19, 157-161.

* 3. Sjödén, P.O., Archer, T., Nilsson, L.G., & Carter, N. The role of environmental

context in taste-aversion conditioning as measured during extinction: Implications for a cognitive theory. 5th Scandinavian Meeting on "Physiology and Behavior", 1977, p. 41.

* 4. Sjödén, P.O., Archer, T., & Söderberg, U. Effects of 2,4,5 Trichlorophenoxyacetic

acid (2,4,5-T) on radioiodine distribution in rats. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 1977, 17, 670-678.

* 5. Doctoral Dissertation: Archer, T. Associative and non-associative processes in

taste-aversion learning: Exteroceptive context and neophobic responses. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 18, 1979.

6. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Positive correlation between pre- and post-conditioning

saccharin intake in taste-aversion learning. Animal Learning and Behavior, 1979, 7, 144-148.

* 7. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Novel vs familiar exteroceptive contexts in tasteaversion

conditioning and extinction. Report No. 246, Dept. of Psychology, Uppsala University, 1979.

8. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Neophobia in taste-aversion conditioning: Individual

differences and effects of contextual changes. Physiological Psychology, 1979, 7, 364-369.

9. Archer, T., Sjödén, P.O., & Carter, N. Control of taste-aversion extinction by

exteroceptive cues. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1979, 25, 217-226.

10. Sjödén, P.O., Archer, T., & Carter, N. Conditioned taste-aversion induced by

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid: Dose-response and pre-exposure effects. Physiological Psychology, 1979, 7, 93-96.

11. Archer, T., Sjödén, P.O., Nilsson, L-G., & Carter, N. Role of exteroceptive background

context in taste-aversion conditioning and extinction. Animal Learning and

Behavior, 1979, 7, 17-22.

 

1980

12. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Context-dependent taste-aversion learning with a

familiar conditioning context. Physiological Psychology, 1980, 8, 40-46.

13. Archer, T., Sjödén, P.O., Nilsson, L-G., & Carter, N. Exteroceptive context in

taste-aversion conditioning and extinction: Odour, cage and bottle stimuli. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1980, 32, 197-214.

14. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Fuxe, K., & Johansson, G. Studies on the functional role

of brain noradrenaline with the NA neurotoxin N-2-chloroethyl-N-ethyl-2-bromobenzyl amine hydrochloride (DSP4). Neuroscience Letters, 1980, Suppl. 5, p. 458.

15. Rönnberg, J., Archer, T., & Ohlsson, K. Temporal factors in audition and vision: A

functional emphasis. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1980, 21, 241-247.

16. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Holm, A-C., & Johansson, G.Acute and long-term effects

of p-chloroamphetamine in one-way and two-way avoidance learning. Neuroscience Letters, 1980, Suppl. 5, p. 466.

17. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., & Ross, S.B.Evidence for a role of the locus coeruleus

noradrenaline system in learning. Neuroscience Letters, 1980, 20, 351-356.

18. Ögren, S.O., Fuxe, K., Archer, T., Hall, H., Holm, A-C., & Köhler, C. Studies on

the role of central 5-HT neurons in avoidance learning: A behavioral and biochemical analy sis. In: Serotonin: Current Aspects of Neurochemistry and Function, B. Haber and S. Gabay (Eds.), Plenum Press, 1980, pp. 681-705.

 

1981

19. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Environment-dependent taste-aversion extinc

tion: A question of stimulus novelty at conditioning. Physiological Psychology, 1981, 9, 102-108.

20. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Fuxe, K., Agnati, L., & Eneroth, P. On the interactive role

of central noradrenaline neurons and corticosterone in two-way active avoidance acquisition in the rat. Neuroscience Letters, 1981, 27, 341-346.

21. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., & Johansson, C. The acute effect of p-chloroam

pheta-mine on the retention of fear conditioning in the rat: Evidence for a role of serotonin in memory consolidation. Neuroscience Letters, 1981, 25, 75-81.

22. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., & Ross, S.B. N-2-chloroethyl-N-ethyl-2-bromoben

zyl-amine hydrochloride (DSP4), a new selective noradrenaline neurotoxin, and taste neophobia in the rat. Physiological Psychology, 1981, 9, 197-202.

23. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Ross, S.B., & Johansson, G. DSP4, a selective noradrenaline

neurotoxin, and avoidance learning in the rat. In: Quantification of Steady-State

Operant Behavior, C.M. Bradshaw, E. Szabadi and C.F. Lowe (Eds.), Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 1981, pp. 445-448.

24. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer T. Associative and non-associative effects of exter-oceptive

context in taste-aversion conditioning with rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1981, 33, 74-92.

* 25. Toneby, M., Archer, T., Hall, H., & Magnusson, O. Behavior teratological effects of prenatal haloperidol treatment on rat offspring. 2nd International Meeting of the Society for Developmental Neuroscience, 1981, p. 88.

26. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Fuxe, K., & Eneroth, P. Glucocorticoids, catechola-mines

and avoidance learning. In: Steroid Hormone Regulation of the Brain, K. Fuxe, J-Å. Gustafsson and L. Wetterberg (Eds.), Pergamon Press, 1981, pp. 355-377.

* 27. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Fuxe, K., Johansson, G., & Holm, A-C. Behavioral and

biochemical studies on the effects of chronic administration of antidepressant drugs on central serotonergic receptor mechanisms. Symposium Abstract from New Vistas on Depression, 1981, Japan.

* 28. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Holm, A-C., & Johansson, G.5-HT depletion and

avoidance acquisition as a function of shock intensity. 5th European Neuro

science Congress, 1981, p. 523, Liege, Belgium.

29. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Holm, A-C., & Ross, S.B.Separating the associative

effects of serotonin depletors on active avoidance learning. In: Quantification of Steady-State Operant Behavior, C.M. Bradshaw, E. Szabadi and C.F. Lowe (Eds.), Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 1981, pp. 449-452.

 

1982

30. Archer, T. DSP4-(N-2-chloroethyl-N-ethyl-2-bromobenzylamine), a new

noradrenaline neurotoxin, and stimulus conditions affecting acquisition of two-way active avoidance. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1982, 96, 476-490.

31. Archer, T. Serotonin and fear retention in the rat. Journal of Comparative and

Physiological Psychology, 1982, 96, 491-516.

32. Archer, T. The role of noradrenaline in learned behaviors: Studies using DSP4.

Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1982, Suppl. 1, 61-71.

33. Archer, T., Cotic, T., Järbe, T.U.C. Attenuation of the context effect and lack of

unconditioned stimulus-preexposure effect in taste-aversion learning following treatment with DSP4, the selective noradrenaline neurotoxin. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1982, 35, 159-173.

* 34. Archer, T., Ross, S.B., Johansson, G., & Jonsson, G. Systemic DSP4, a selective

noradrenaline neurotoxin, and two-way avoidance acquisition in the rat: Parametric relationships. 5th European Neuroscience Congress, 1982, p. 177, Liege, Belgium.

* 35. Archer, T., Ross, S.B., Ögren, S.O., Johansson, G., & Johansson, C.Serotonin and

avoidance acquisition and retention. 6th European Neuroscience Congress, 1982, p. 283, Torremolinos, Spain.

36. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Higher-order conditioning and sensory preconditioning

of a taste-aversion with an exteroceptive CS1. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1982, 34, 1-17.

37. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Johansson, G., & Ross, S.B. DSP4-induced two-way

active avoidance impairment in rats: Involvement of central but not peripheral noradrenaline depletion. Psychopharmacology, 1982, 76, 303-309.

38. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., & Ross, S.B. Serotonin involvement in aversive

conditioning: Reversal of the fear retention deficit by long-term p-chloroamphetamine but not pchlorophenylalanine. Neuroscience Letters, 1982, 34, 75-82.

* 39. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Ross, S.B., Johansson, G., & Johansson, C.Acute pchloroamphetamine and aversive conditioning in the rat. 1st International Congress of Brain and Behavior, 1982, p. 472, Lausanne.

* 40. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., Johansson, C., & Johansson, G.Stress-induced analgesia

and avoidance behavior - possible interactions with serotonergic neurotransmission. 13th C.I.N.P. Congress, 1982, p. 553, Israel.

41. Ögren, S.O., Fuxe, K., Archer, T., Johansson, G., & Holm, AC. Behavioral and

biochemical studies on the effects of acute and chronic administration of anti-depressant drugs on central serotonergic receptor mechanisms. In: Advances in the Biosciences: Vol. 40, New Vistas in Depression, S.Z. Langer et al. (Ed.), Pergamon Press, 1982, pp. 11-19.

42. Ögren, S.O., Johansson, G., Johansson, C., & Archer, T. Serotonin neurons and

aversive conditioning in the rat. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1982, Suppl. 1, 7-15.

* 43. Ahlenius, S., Archer, T., Tandberg, B., & Hillegaart, V. Effects of (-)3-(3Hydroxyphenyl)-Nn-propylpiperidine (3-PPP), alone and in combination with haloperidol (HPD), on conditioned avoidance behavior, catalepsy and tread-mill performance in the rat. 5th Catecholamine Symposium, 1983, Göteborg, Sweden.

44. Archer, T. Signalled and unsignalled avoidance impairments following noradrenaline

depletion with DSP4: An hypothesis incorporating an associative and non-associative factor. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1983, 24, 75-87.

* 45. Archer, T. The use of N-(2-chloroethyl)-N-ethyl-2-bromobenzylamine

hydro-chloride (DSP4) as a pharmacological tool for studying the role of noradre-naline in learned behaviors. In: Drugs as Tools, G. Lowe (Ed.), 1983, Abstract.

* 46. Archer, T., Jonsson, G., & Ross, S.B. Dose- and time-dependent effects of the nor

adrenaline neurotoxin, DSP4, and comparison with other selective nor-adrenaline neurotoxins. 5th Catecholamine Symposium, 1983, Göteborg, Sweden.

47. Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., Forsberg, B., & Siddiqui, A. Neophobia to novel

taste and novel exteroceptive stimulus following DSP4 administration. Experimental Animal Behaviour, 1983, 2, 19-36.

48. Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., & Järbe, T.U.C. Latent inhibition following

systemic DSP4: Effects due to presence and absence of contextual cues in taste-aversion learning. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1983, 38, 287-306.

49. Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., Ross, S.B., & Söderberg, U. T-maze learning,

spontaneous activity and food intake recovery following systemic administ-ration of the noradre naline neurotoxin, DSP4. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 1983, 19, 121-130.

50. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., Ross, S.B., & Magnusson, O. Retention deficits induced

by acute p-chloroamphetamine following fear conditioning in the rat. Psychopharmacology, 1983, 82, 14-19.

* 51. Mohammed, A.K. & Archer, T.Behavioral effects of DSP4, a selective noradrenaline

neurotoxin.First European Meeting on Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1983,

Liege, Belgium.

52. Mohammed, A.K., Everitt, B.J., Robbins, T.W., Dunn, L.T., Kilbourn, A., &

Archer, T. Noradrenaline and the latent inhibition effect in rats. 5th International Catechola mine Symposium, 1983, Göteborg, Sweden.

53. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Potentiation of a bottle aversion by taste in compound

conditioning with rats. Experimental Animal Behaviour, 1983, 2, 1-18.

54. Söderberg, U., Fredriksson, A., Mohammed, A.K., Jonsson, G., Ross, S.B., &

Archer, T. The role of olfactory bulbectomy and DSP4 treatment in avoidance learning in the rat. Neuroscience Letters, Suppl. 14, 1983.

* 55. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., & Ross, S.B. Noradrenaline in learning and memory - the

status of the cognitive deficit. 5th International Catecholamine Symposium, 1983, Göteborg, Sweden.

56. Ögren, S.O., Ross, S.B., Hall, H., & Archer, T. Biochemical and behavioral

effects of antidepressant drugs. In: Drugs in Psychiatry: Volume I, Antidepressants, G.D. Burrows, T.R. Norman and B. Davis (Eds.), Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press, 1983, pp. 13-34.

57. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., & Johansson, C. Evidence for a selective brain nor-adrenergic

involvement in the locomotor stimulant effects of amphetamine in the

rat. Neuroscience Letters, 1983 43, 327-331.

 

1984

58. Ahlenius, S., Archer, T., Tandberg, B., & Hillegart, V. Effects of (-)3-PPP on

acquisition and retention of a conditioned avoidance response in the rat. Psychopharmacology, 1984, 84, 441-445.

59. Archer, T. Spontaneous recovery from damage to specific neurotransmitter

systems. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1984, 7, 263-264.

60. Archer, T., Jonsson, G., & Ross, S.B. A parametric study of the effects of the

noradrenaline neurotoxin DSP4 on avoidance acquisition and noradrenaline neurones in the CNS of the rat. British Journal of Pharmacology, 1984, 82, 249-257.

61. Archer, T., Ross, S.B., & Minor, B.G. Attenuation of the post-decapitation

convulsions after repeated treatment of rats with desipramine, imipramine and maprotiline. Acta Pharmacol. et Toxicol., 1984, 54, 372-378.

62. Archer, T., Sjödén, P.O., & Nilsson, L-G. The importance of contextual elements

in taste-aversion learning. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1984, 25, 251-257.

63. Archer, T., Söderberg, U., Mohammed, A.K., Fredriksson, A., & Ross, S.B.

Active and passive avoidance performance following bilateral olfactory

bulbectomy. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1984, 25, 179-188.

64. Archer, T., Söderberg, U., Ross, S.B., & Jonsson, G. Role of olfactory

bulbectomy and DSP4 treatment in avoidance learning in the rat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1984, 98, 496-505.

65. Archer, T. & Tandberg, B. Effects of acute administration of 5-Methoxy-N,Ndimethyltryptamine upon the latency and duration of post-decapitation convulsions. Acta Pharma col. et Toxicol., 1984, 55, 224-230.

66. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., & Johansson, G. Stimulus conditions affecting rate of

acquisition in a computer-operated version of the two-way active avoidance procedure. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1984, 25, 89-95.

67. Archer, T., Ögren, S.O., & Ross, S.B. The effect of acute zimelidine and

alaproclate administration of two-way active avoidance: Comparison with other antidepressant agents, test of selectivity and sub-chronic studies. Psychopharmacology, 1984, 84, 188-195.

68. Fowler, C.J. & Archer, T. Brain injury and early catecholamine

mobilization. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1984, 5, 86-87.

69. Mohammed, A.K., Archer, T., & Järbe, T.U.C. Noradrenaline loss and the

disruption of between-CS stimulus generalisation effects in aversion learning. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1984, 25, 79-88.

* 70. Mohammed, A.K., Fredriksson, A., Archer, T., Söderberg, U., & Lewander, T.The

effects of DSP4 and 6-hydroxydopamine on amphetamine-induced activity in rats. IUPHAR International Congress of Pharmacology, 1984, London, U.K.

71. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. A cognitive theory to accommodate taste-aversion data.

Umeå Psychological Reports, No. 180, 1984.

* 72. Söderberg, U., Mohammed, A.K., & Archer, T. Thermoregulation and water

balance in rats after central noradrenaline depletion compared with effects of olfactory bulbectomy. First Symposium of the European Neuroendocrine Association, 1984.

73. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., & Johansson, C. Stress-induced analgesia and avoidance

behaviour: possible interactions with serotonergic neurotransmission. In: Stress Induced Anal gesia, M.D. Tricklebank and G. Curzon (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1984, pp. 165-183.

74. Ögren, S.O., Archer, T., & Ross, S.B. Norepinephrine in learning and memory -

The status of the cognitive deficit. In: Catecholamines: Neuropharmacology and Central Nervous System-Theoretical Aspects, A. Dahlström (Ed.), Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, 1984, pp. 285-292.

 

1985

75. Ahlenius, S. & Archer, T. Normal and abnormal animal behaviour: Importance of

catecholamine release by nerve impulses for the maintenance of normal behaviour. In: Neuro biology, R. Gilles and J. Balthazart (Eds.), Springer- Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 1985, 329-343.

76. Archer, T., Arweström, E., Jonsson, G., Minor B.G., & Post, C. Complete

blockade and attenuation of 5-hydroxytryptamine induced analgesia following NA depletion in rats and mice. Acta Pharmacol.et Toxicol., 1985, 57, 255-261.

77. Archer, T. & Fowler, C.J. Towards an animal model for the cholinergic lesion in

Alzheimer's disease. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1985, 61-62.

78. Archer, T., Fowler, C.J., Fredriksson, A., Lewander, T., Magnusson, O., Mohringe,

B., & Söderberg, U. Increased total activity in the rat after L-tryptophan plus the monoamine oxidase-A inhibitor amiflamine but not after L-tryptophan plus clorgyline. British Journal of Pharmacology, 1985, 85, 581-590.

79. Archer, T., Jonsson, G., & Ross, S.B. Active and passive avoidance following the

administration of systemic DSP4, xylamine or p-chloroamphetamine. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1985, 43, 238-249.

80. Archer, T., Järbe, T.U.C., Mohammed, A.K., & Priedite, G. The effect of stimulus

preexposure upon the context effect in taste-aversion learning in noradrenaline-depleted rats. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1985, 26, 158-169.

81. Archer, T., Minor, B.G., & Post, C. Blockade and reversal of 5-methoxy-N,Ndimethyltryptamine-induced analgesia following noradrenaline depletion. Brain Research, 1985, 333, 55-61.

82. Archer, T. & Sjödén, P.O. Effects of CS concentration in taste-aversion learning:

Problems in assessing aversion strength. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1985, 26, 42-52.

83. Archer, T., Sjödén, P.O., & Nilsson, L-G. Contextual control of taste-aversion

conditioning and extinction. In: Context and Learning, P. Balsam and A. Tomie (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New Jersey, 1985, pp. 225-271.

84. Archer, T., Tandberg, B., Renyi, L., & Ross, S.B. Antagonism of 5-methoxy-N,N-

dimethyltryptamine-induced changes in postdecapitation convulsions in rats by repeated treatment with drugs enhancing 5-hydroxytryptamine neurotransmission. Journal of Pharmacological Pharmacology, 1985, 37, 648-650.

85. Danysz, W., Fowler, C.J., & Archer T. Electrical intra-cranial self-stimulation: A

potentially valid model for antidepressant action. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1985, 6, 278-279.

86. Danysz, W., Jonsson, G., Mohammed, A.K., & Archer, T. The hindlimb extension

reflex is not a reliable marker of post-decapitation convulsions or spinal noradrenaline depletion in rats. European Journal of Pharmacology, 1985, 116, 331-333.

87. Minor, B.G., Post, C., & Archer, T. Blockade of intrathecal 5-hydroxytryptamineinduced antinociception in rats by noradrenaline depletion. Neuroscience Letters, 1985, 54, 39-44.

88. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Perspectives on animal learning and human memory.

In: Perspectives on Learning and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 3-14.

89. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Basic theoretical concepts. In: Perspectives on

Learning and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 15-18.

90. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Classification of concepts. In: Perspectives on

Learning and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 63-65.

91. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Connecting models. In: Perspectives on Learning and

Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 147-149.

92. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Experimental paradigms and ecology. In: Perspectives

on Learning and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 193-196.

93. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Short-term memory and attention. In: Perspectives on

Learning and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 115-117.

94. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. General empirical laws. In: Perspectives on Learning

and Memory, L-G. Nilsson and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1985, pp. 243-245.

95. Post, C., Arweström, E., Minor, B.G., Wikberg, J.E.S., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T.

Noradrenaline depletion increases noradrenaline-induced antinocicep-tion in mice. Neuroscience Letters, 1985, 59, 105-109.

96. Robbins, T.W., Everitt, B.J., Cole, B.J., Archer, T., & Mohammed, A.K.

Functional hypotheses of the coeruleocortical noradrenergic projection: A review of recent experimentation and theory. Physiological Psychology, 1985, 13, 127-150.

 

1986

 

97. Archer, T. Possible indications of noradrenergic involvement in behavioral

plasticity. International Union of Physiological Sciences. xxth International Congress, 1986, p. 5.

98. Archer, T., Callenholm, N.E.B., Järbe, T.U.C., Minor, B., & Mohammed, A.K.

Taste/ tactile cue discrimination in taste-aversion learning following depletion of noradrenaline. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1986, 27, 39-51.

99. Archer, T., Cotic, T., & Järbe, T.U.C. Noradrenaline and sensory preconditioning

in the rat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1986, 100, 704-711.

100. Archer, T., Danysz, W., Jonsson, G., Minor, B.G., & Post, C. 5-methoxy-N,Ndimethyltryptamine-induced analgesia is blocked by a-adrenoceptor antagonists in rats. British Journal of Pharmacology, 1986, 89, 293-298.

101. Archer, T., Fredriksson, A., Jonsson, G., Lewander, T., Mohammed, A.K., Ross, S.

B., & Söderberg, U. Central noradrenaline depletion antagonizes aspects of d-amphetamine-induced hyperactivity in the rat. Psychopharmacology, 1986, 88, 141-146.

102. Archer, T., Jonsson, G., Minor, B.G., & Post, C. Noradrenergic-serotonergic

interactions and nociception in the rat. European Journal of Pharmacology, 1986, 120, 295-307.

103. Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., Danysz, W., Järbe, T.U.C., & Jonsson, G.

Attenuation of sensory preconditioning by noradrenaline depletion in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research, 1986, 20, 47-56.

104. Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., & Järbe, T.U.C. Context-dependent latent

inhibition in taste-aversion learning. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1986, 27, 277-284.

105. Danysz, W., Jonsson, G., Minor, B.G., Post, C., & Archer, T. Spinal and locus

coeruleus noradrenergic lesions abolish the analgesic effects of 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltrypta mine. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1986, 46, 71-86.

106. Danysz, W., Minor, B.G., Jonsson, G., Post, C., & Archer, T. Spinal noradrenergic

neurotransmission and the analgesia induced by brief footshock. Brain Research, 1986, 365, 169-173.

107. Danysz, W., Minor, B.G., Post, C., & Archer, T. Chronic treatment with antidepressant

drugs and the analgesia induced by 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyl-tryptamine: Attenuation by desipramine. Acta Pharmacol.et Toxicol., 1986, 59, 103-112.

108. Fernandez-Guasti, A., Hansen, S., Archer, T., & Jonsson, G. Noradrenalineserotonin

interactions in the control of sexual behavior in the male rat: DSP4-induced

noradrenaline depletion antagonizes the facilitatory effect of sero-tonin receptor agonists, 5MeODMT and lisuride. Brain Research, 1986, 377, 112-118.

109. Fowler, C.J., Danysz, W., Archer, T. Noradrenaline-stimulated inositol

phosphoipid breakdown as a measure of Alpha1-adrenoceptor function in rat hip-pocampal miniprisms after repeated antidepressant treatment. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1986, 66, 197-208.

110. Fowler, C.J., Magnusson, O., Mohammed, A.K., Danysz, W., & Archer, T. The

effect of selective noradrenergic lesions upon the stimulation by noradrenaline of inositol phos pholipid breakdown in rat hippocampal miniprisms. European Journal of Pharmacology, 1986, 123, 401-407.

111. Järbe, T.U.C., Callenholm, N.E.B., Mohammed, A.K., & Archer, T. Noradrenaline

and the context-dependent extinction effect. Physiology & Behavior, 1986, 38, 495-501.

112. Minor, B.G., Archer, T., Post, C., Jonsson, G., & Mohammed, A.K. 5-HT agonist

induced analgesia modulated by central but not peripheral noradrenaline depletion in rats. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1986, 66, 243-259.

113. Mohammed, A.K., Callenholm, N.E.B., Järbe, T.U.C., Swedberg, M.D.B., Danysz,

W., Robbins, T.W., & Archer, T. Role of central noradrenaline neurons in the contextual control of latent inhibition in taste aversion learning. Behavioural Brain Research, 1986, 21, 109-118.

114. Mohammed, A.K., Danysz, W., Ögren, S.O., & Archer, T. Central noradrenaline

depletion attenuates amphetamine-induced locomotor behavior. Neuroscience Letters, 1986, 64, 139-144.

115. Mohammed, A.K., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T. Selective lesioning of forebrain

noradrenaline neurons at birth abolishes the improved maze learning perfor-mance induced by rearing in complex environment. Brain Research, 1986, 398, 6-10.

116. Mohammed, A.K., Jonsson, G., Sundström, E., Minor, B.G., Söderberg, U., &

Archer, T. Selective attention and place navigation in rats treated prenatally with methyl azoxymethanol. Developmental Brain Research, 1986, 30, 145-155.

117. Mohammed, A.K., Jonsson, G., Söderberg, V., & Archer, T. Impaired selective

attention in methylazoxymethanol-induced microencephalic rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 1986, 24, 975-981.

118. Post, C., Minor, B.G., Davies, M., & Archer, T. Analgesia induced by 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor agonists is blocked or reversed by noradrenaline-depletion in rats. Brain Research, 1986, 363, 18-27.

119. Renyi, L., Archer, T., Minor, B.G., Tandberg, B., Fredriksson, A., & Ross, S.B.

The inhibition of the cage-leaving response - A model for studies of the serotonergic neuro transmission in the rat. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1986, 65, 193-210.

120. Archer, T. 5-Hydroxytryptamine antagonists and the 5-methoxy-N,Ndimethyltryptamine-induced changes of postdecapitation convulsions. Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1987, 60, 37-42.

121. Archer, T. Towards animal models of mental retardation. Trends in

Pharmacological Sciences, 1987, 8, 165-166.

122. Archer, T., Arweström, E., Minor, B.G., Persson, M-L., Post, C., Sundström, E., &

Jonsson, G. (+)-8-OH-DAPT and 5-MeODMT induced analgesia is antagonised by nor adrenaline depletion. Physiology and Behavior, 1987, 39, 95-102.

123. Archer, T., Fredriksson, A., Lewander, T., & Söderberg, U. Marble burying and

spontaneous motor activity in mice: Interactions over days and effect of diazepam. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1987, 28, 242-249.

124. Danysz, W., Fowler, C.J., Ahlenius, S., & Archer, T. 'Selective' lesions of brain

neurotransmitters can be misleading. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 1987, 8, 45-46.

125. Danysz, W., Fowler, C.J., & Archer, T. Experimental methods employed in

antidepressant research - critical review. New Trends in Experimental and Clinical Psychiatry, 1987, 3, 59-88.

126. Danysz, W., Minor, B.G., Mohammed, A.K., Pucilowski, O., Plaznik, A.,

Kostowski, W., Post, C., & Archer, T. Chronic treatment with antidepressant drugs and ECT differentially modifies the hypothermic action of clonidine and guanfacine. Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1987, 60, 305-311.

127. Mohammed, A.K., Wahlström, G., Tiger, G., Björklund, P-E., Stenström, A.,

Magnusson, O., Archer, T., Fowler, C.J., & Nordberg, A. Impaired performance of rats in the Morris swim-maze test late in abstinence following long-term sodium barbital treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 1987, 20, 203-212.

128. Post, C., Archer, T., & Gordh Jr., T. Spinal a-adrenergic mechanisms for

analgesia. Schmertz - Pain - Doleur, 1987, 3, 107-114.

129. Post, C., Gordh Jr., T., Minor, B.G., Archer, T., & Freedman, J.Antinociceptive

effects and spinal cord tissue concentrations after intrathecal injections of guanfacine or clonidine to rats. Anesthesia and Analgesia, 1987, 66, 317-324.

130. Post, C., Persson, M.L., Archer, T., Minor, B.G., Danysz, W., & Sundström, E. In

creased antinociception by Alpha-adrenoceptor drug after spinal cord nor-adrenaline denervation. European Journal of Pharmacology, 1987, 137, 107-116.

131. Teiling, A.K.Y., Mohammed, A.K., Minor, B.G., Järbe, T.U.C., Hiltunen, A.J., &

Archer, T. Lack of effects of prenatal exposure to lidocaine upon development of

behavior in rats. Anesthesia and Analgesia, 1987, 66, 533-541.

 

1988

 

132. Archer, T. Possible indications of noradrenergic involvement in behavioral

plasticity. In: Cellular Mechanisms of Conditioning and Behavioral Plasticity, C. Woody, D.L. Alkon, and J. McGaugh (Eds.), 1988, Plenum Publ. Corp., pp. 445-455.

133. Archer, T. Ethopharmacological approaches to aggressive behavior. Nordic

Journal of Psychiatry, 1988, 42, 471-477.

134. Archer, T., Danysz, W., Fredriksson, A., Jonsson, G., Luthman, J., Sundström. E.,

& Teiling, A. Neonatal 6-hydroxydopamine induced dopamine depletions: Motor activity and performance in maze learning. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 1988, 31, 357-364.

135. Archer, T., Fredriksson, A., Sundström, E., Luthman, J., Lewander, T., Söderberg,

U., & Jonsson, G. Prenatal methylazoxymethanol treatment potentiates d-amphetamine- and methylphenidate-induced motor activity in male and female rats. Pharmacology and Toxicology, 1988, 63, 233-239.

136. Archer, T., Hiltunen, A.J., Järbe, T.U.C., Kamkar, M.R., Luthman, J., Sundström,

E., & Teiling, A. Hyperactivity and instrumental learning deficits in methylazoxymethanoltreated rat offspring. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 1988, 10, 341-347.

137. Danysz, W., Kostowski, W., & Archer, T. Some aspects of stress and

depression. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 1988, 12, 405-419.

138. Danysz, W., Plaznik, A., Kostowski, W., Malatynska, E., Järbe, T.U.C., Hiltunen,

A., & Archer, T. Comparison of desipramine, amitriptyline, zimel-dine and alaproclate in six animal models used to investigate antidepressant drugs. Pharmacology and Toxicology, 1988, 62, 42-50.

139. Fowler, C.J., Thorell, G., Sundström. E., & Archer, T. Norepinephrine-stimulated

inositol phospholipid breakdown in the rat cortex following serotoninergic lesion. Journal of Neural Tranmission, 1988, 73, 205-215.

140. Järbe, T.U.C., Falk, U., Mohammed, A.K., & Archer, T. Acquisition and reversal

of taste/tactile discrimination after forebrain noradrenaline depletion. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1988, 102, 925-933.

141. Minor, B.G., Danysz, W., Post, C., Jonsson, G., Sundström, E., & Archer, T. Nor

adrenergic and serotonergic involvement in brief shock-induced analgesia in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1988, 102, 915-924.

142. Minor, B.G., Persson, M.L., Post, C., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T. Intrathecal

noradrenaline restores 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine induced anti-nociception abolished by intrathecal 6-hydroxydopamine. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1988, 72, 107-120.

143. Post, C., Archer, T., & Minor, B.G. Evidence for crosstolerance to the analgesic

effects between morphine and selective a2-adrenoceptor agonists. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1988, 72, 1-9.

144. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Exteroceptive cues in taste-aversion learning, no

artifact: Reply to holder. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1988, 16, 235-239.

145. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Contextual cues in taste-aversion. Animal Learning &

Behavior, 1988, 16, 242-243.

146. Sundström, E., Archer, T., Melander, T., & Hökfelt, T. Galanin impairs acquisition but not retrieval of spatial memory in rats studied in the Morris swim maze. Neuroscience Letters, 1988, 88, 331-335.

 

1989

 

147. Archer, T. Neurotoxin-induced cognitive and motor activity modification: A

catecholamine connection. In: Attention Deficit Disorder: Clinical and Basic Research, T. Sagvolden and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 287-322.

148. Archer, T. Perspectives on the determinants of hedonic value. In: Aversion,

Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer .and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 41-44

149. Archer, T. 5-HT, pain and anxiety. In: Behavioral Pharmacology of 5-HT, P.

Bevan, A. Cools and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 299-300.

150. Archer, T., Beninger, R.J., Järbe, T.U.C., & Seiden, L.S. Latent learning in a radial

arm maze following neonatal dopamine depletion. Behavioral Pharmacology, 1989-90, 1, 191-199.

151. Archer, T. & Järbe, T.U.C. Neurobiological perspectives on aversively motivated

behavior. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 223-229.

152. Archer, T. & Mohammed, A.K. Neurochemistry and behavior: Differential

postweaning housing and catecholamines. In: The Ethoexperimental Analysis of Behavior, R.J. Blanchard and P. Brain (Eds.), Martinus Nijhoff Press, 1989, pp. 525-537.

153. Archer, T. & Nilsson, L-G. Clinical perspectives on aversively motivated

behavior. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 139-144.

154. Archer, T., & Nilsson, L.G. Catecholamine substrates of learned and spontaneous

behaviors: Relationships between attention and learning in cognition and behavioral plasticity. In: Background Papers for the Workshop on Neural Mechanisms of Learning and Memory, J. Delacour (Ed.). European Science Foundation, 1989.

155. Archer, T. & Sagvolden, T. Basic mechanisms of drug action: Catecholaminergic

issues. In: Attention Deficit Disorder: Clinical and Basic Research, T. Sagvolden, and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 191-197.

156. Archer, T. & Sagvolden, T. Model experiments of attention deficit disorder and

hyperkinetic syndrome. In: Attention Deficit Disorder: Clinical and Basic Research, T. Sagvolden and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 255-259.

157. Beninger, R.J. & Archer, T. Neuroethological perspectives on aversively

motivated behavior. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989 pp. 335-342.

158. Berge, O.G., Post, C., & Archer, T. The behavioral pharmacology of serotonin in

pain processes. In: Behavioral Pharmacology of 5-HT, P. Bevan, A. Cools and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp.301-319.

159. Bevan, P., Lorens, S., & Archer, T. Behavioural pharmacology of 5-HT: Possible

progress in the laterality of concepts. In: Behavioral Pharmacology of 5-HT, P. Bevan, A. Cools and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 459-474.

160. Ferreira, A., Hansen, S., Nielsen, M., Archer, T., & Minor, B.G. Behavior of

§mother rats in conflict tests sensitive to antianxiety agents. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1989, 103, 193-201.

* 161. Fowler, C.J., Cowburn, R., Archer, T., Mohammed, A.K., & Cross, A.J.

§Alzheimer's disease is a multitransmitter disorder: Implications of "cholinergic" animal models. Alzheimer Actualities, 7, 8.

162. Gärling, T. & Archer, T. Methodological and conceptual perspectives on aversive

§conditioning. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 371-379.

163. Hiltunen, A.J., Järbe, T.U.C., Kamkar, M.R., & Archer, T. Behaviour in rats

maintained by low differential reinforcement rate: Efffects of ?1- tetrahydro-cannabinol, cannabinol and cannabidiol, alone and in combination. Neuropharmacology, 1989, 28, 183-189.

164. Järbe, T.U.C. & Archer, T. 5-HT, drug discrimination and aversion. In: Behavioral

Pharmacology of 5-HT, P. Bevan, A. Cools and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 397-406.

165. Kostowski, W., Plaznik, A., & Archer, T. Possible implications of 5-HT function

for the etiology and treatment of depression. New Trends in Experimental and Clinical Psychiatry, 1989, 5, 91-116.

166. Luthman, J., Fredriksson, A., Lewander, T., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T. Effects of

d-amphetamine and methylphenidate on hyperactivity produced by neonatal 6-hydroxydopamine treatment. Psychopharmacology, 1989, 99, 550-557.

167. Luthman, J., Fredriksson, A., Sundström, E., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T. Selective

lesion of central dopamine or noradrenaline neuron systems in the neonatal rat: motor behavior and monoamine alterations at adult stage. Behavioral Brain Reseach, 1989, 33, 267-277.

168. Minor, B.G., Danysz, W., Jonsson, G., Mohammed, A.K., Post, C., & Archer, T.

Adaptive changes in a-2 adrenoceptor mediated responses: Analgesia, hypothermia and hypoactivity. Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1989, 65, 143-151.

169. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Aversively motivated behavior: Which are the

perspectives? In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 437-465.

170. Overmier, J.B. & Archer, T. Historical perspectives on the study of aversively

motivated behavior: History and new look. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer and L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 3-39.

171. Plaznik, A., Kostowski, W., & Archer, T. Serotonin and depression: Old problems

and new data. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 1989, 13, 623-633.

172. Sagvolden, T. & Archer, T. Attention deficit disorder: Clinical issues. In: Attention

Deficit Disorder: Clinical and Basic Research, T. Sagvolden and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 25-29.

173. Sagvolden, T. & Archer, T. Future perspectives on ADD research. An irresistible

challenge. In: Attention Deficit Disorder: Clinical and Basic Research, T. Sagvolden and T. Archer (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., New Jersey, 1989, pp. 369-389.

174. Sjödén, P.O. & Archer, T. Taste-aversion conditioning: The role of contextual

stimuli. In: Aversion, Avoidance & Anxiety: Perspectives on aversively motivated behavior, T. Archer & L-G. Nilsson (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., 1989, pp. 87-120.

 

1990

 

175. Eriksson, P., Archer, T., & Fredriksson, A. Altered behavior in adult mice exposed

to a single low dose of DDT and its fatty acid conjugate as neonates. Brain Research, 1990, 23, 514(1), 141-2.

176. Fredriksson, A., Plaznik, A., Sundström, E., Jonsson, G., & Archer, T. MPTPinduced

hypoactivity in mice: Reversal by L-Dopa. Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1990, 67,

295-301.

177. Gillberg, P.G., Hartvig, P. Gordh, T., Sottile, A., Jansson, I., Archer, T., & Post, C.

Behavioral effects after intrathecal administration of cholinergic receptor agonists in the rat. Psychopharmacology, 1990, 100, 464-469.

178. Mohammed, A.K., Wahlström, G., Archer, T., & Nordberg, A. Learning deficits in

aged rats pretreated chronically with barbital and tested late in abstinence: Alleviation by tetrahydroaminoacridine. Journal of Neural Transmission, 1990, 2, 285-294.

179. Post, C., & Archer, T. Interactions between 5-HT and noradrenaline in analgesia.

In: Serotonin and Pain, J-M. Besson (Ed.), Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (Biomedical Division), 1990, pp. 153-173.

180. Sundström, E., Fredriksson, A., & Archer, T. Chronic neurochemical and

behavioral changes in MPTP-lesioned C57 BL/6 mice: A model for Parkinson's disease. Brain Research, 1990, 528, 181-188.

181. Archer, T. Animal models and drug screens in depression: Pragmaticism and the

validity requirement. In: "Animal models in psychopharmacology", B. Olivier, J. Mos & J. Slangen (Eds.), Birkhaüser, Verlag AG, Basel, 1991, pp. 243-250.

182. Archer, T. Learning techniques to study memory processes in opiate and/ or

adrenergic systems. In: Peripheral Signaling of the Brain: Role in Neuronal-Immune Interactions, Learning and Memory, R.C.A. Frederickson, J.L. McGaugh, and D.L. Felten (Eds.). Hogrefe and Huber Publishers, Toronto, 1991, pp. 315-332.

183. Archer, T. & Nilsson, L.-G. Unitary concepts in behavioral biology. In:

Behavioral Biology: Neuroendocrine Axis, T. Archer and S. Hansen, (Eds.), L. Erlbaum, Hillsdale, N.J., 1991, pp. 255-266.

184. Archer, T., Hård, E., & Hansen, S. Animal models of mental retardation. In:

Neuromethods Vol. 19 : Animal Models in Psychiatry, II, A. Boulton, G. Baker, and M. Martin-Iverson (Ed.). The Humana Press., Clifton, N.J., 1991, pp. 273-314.

185. Danysz, W., Archer, T., & Fowler, C.J. Screening for new antidepressant

compounds. In: Behavioral Models in Psychopharmacology, P. Willner (Ed.), Cambridge University Press, 1991 pp. 126-156.

186. Luthman, J., Fredriksson, A., Plaznik, A., & Archer, T. Ketanserin and mianserin

treatment reverses hyperactivity in neonatally dopamine-lesioned rats. Journal of

Psychopharmacology, 1991, 5, 418-425.

187. Teiling-Gårdlund, A., Archer, T., Danielsson, M., Danielsson, B., Fredriksson, A.,

Lindquist, N.G., Lindström, H., & Luthman, J. Effects of prenatal exposure to tribu

tyltin and trihexyltin on behaviour in rats. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 1991, 13, 99-105.

 

1992

 

188. Archer, Trevor Functional and neuroendocrine correlates of memory in normal

and disease states: I. Putative neurotransmitters in animal models of depression and dementia. Rapport HSFR , 1992.

189. Archer, T. & Fredriksson, A. Functional changes implicating dopaminergic

systems following perinatal treatments. Developmental Pharmacology and Therapy, 1992, 18, 201-222.

* 190. Archer, T. & Nilsson, L.G. Symposium i biologisk psykologi: minnets psykologi

och neurobiologi. Rapport 1992.

191. Fredriksson, A., Dahlgren, L., Danielsson, B., Eriksson, P., Dencker, L., & Archer,

T. Behavioural effects of neonatal metallic mercury exposure in rats. Toxicology, 1992, 74, 151-160.

192. Kostowski, W., Dyr, W. Krzascik, P., Järbe, T.U.C., & Archer, T. 5Hydroxytryptamine

1A receptor agonists in animal models of depression and

anxiety. Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1992, 71,24-30.

*193. Nilsson, L-G. & Archer, T. Neurobiologi av minne. Rapport 1992.

194. Nilsson, L.-G., & Archer, T. Biological aspects of memory and emotion: Affect

and cognition. In: "The Handbook of Emotion and Memory", S.-Å. Christiansson (ed.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1992, 99.289-305.

195. Rönnberg, J. & Archer, T. Purposive Behaviour in cognition and perception:

Considerations of awareness in memory. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1992, 33, 86-91.

196. Wahlström, G., Archer, T. & Lärkfors, L. Nerve growth factor (NGF) in rat brain

following long-term barbital treatment: relation to convulsions and cognitive function