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    1. Falk, JL; D'Mello, K; Lau, CE
      Two procedures establishing preference for oral cocaine and lidocaine solutions which do not use an associative history with a reinforcer

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Katz, SH; Falk, JL
      Misplaced endotracheal tubes by paramedics in an urban emergency medical services system

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    3. Simpao, A; Sun, L; Falk, JL; Lau, CE
      Spontaneous activity as a contingency-controlled behavior within an operant context: alprazolam concentration-effect relations after subcutaneous administration in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    4. Wang, Q; Simpao, A; Sun, L; Falk, JL; Lau, CE
      Contribution of the active metabolite, norcocaine, to cocaine's effects after intravenous and oral administration in rats: pharmacodynamics

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    5. Sun, L; Falk, JL; Nguyen, KN; Lau, CE
      Post-injection delays in experimental chambers, but not in home cages, produce both sensitization and tolerance of operant behaviour to midazolam: relation to pharmacokinetics

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Lau, CE; Sun, L; Wang, Q; Simpao, A; Falk, JL
      Oral cocaine pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in a cumulative-dose regimen: Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling of concurrent operant and spontaneous behavior within an operant context

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    7. Falk, JL
      'Lamp'

      ANTIGONISH REVIEW
    8. Lobarinas, E; Falk, JL
      Comparison of benzodiazepines and the non-benzodiazepine agents zolpidem and zaleplon with respect to anxiolytic action as measured by increases in hypertonic NaCl solution drinking in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    9. Lobarinas, E; Falk, JL
      Dose-dependent effects but not sensitization of DRL 45-s performance by oral d-amphetamine with cumulative- and repeated-dosing regimens

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Falk, JL; Yosef, E; Kuo, C; Farooque, P; Lau, CE
      Establishing preference for lidocaine solution to water: comparison between a fading and an abrupt-removal procedure for withdrawing a compound vehicle

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Lobarinas, E; Lau, CE; Falk, JL
      Sensitization of operant behavior to oral cocaine with increasing- and repetitive-dose regimens

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Falk, JL; Yosef, E; Schwartz, A; Lau, CE
      Establishing oral preference for quinine, phencyclidine and caffeine solutions in rats

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Lau, CE; Ma, F; Foster, DM; Falk, JL
      Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling of the psychomotor stimulant effect of cocaine after intravenous administration: Timing performance deficits

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    14. Lau, CE; Wang, YM; Sun, L; Lobarinas, E; Wang, Q; Nguyen, KN; Falk, JL
      Pharmacokinetic determinants of cocaine's differential effects on locomotor and operant behavior

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Ma, F; Falk, JL; Lau, CE
      Cocaine pharmacodynamics after intravenous and oral administration in rats: relation to pharmacokinetics

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    16. FALK JL
      DRUG-ABUSE AS AN ADJUNCTIVE BEHAVIOR

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    17. FALK JL
      ORAL N-ACETYLCYSTEINE GIVEN INTRAVENOUSLY FOR ACETAMINOPHEN OVERDOSE - WE SHOULD-NOT HAVE TO, BUT WE MUST

      Critical care medicine
    18. LOBARINAS E; FALK JL
      SCHEDULE-INDUCED POLYDIPSIC CONSUMPTION OF HYPERTONIC NACL SOLUTIONS - EFFECTS OF CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE

      Physiology & behavior
    19. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL IV'

      Antigonish review
    20. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL V'

      Antigonish review
    21. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL VI'

      Antigonish review
    22. ROTHROCK SG; BUCHANAN C; GREEN SM; BULLARD T; FALK JL; LANGEN M
      CRANIAL COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY IN THE EMERGENCY EVALUATION OF ADULT PATIENTS WITHOUT A RECENT HISTORY OF HEAD TRAUMA - A PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS

      Academic emergency medicine
    23. DENICOLA LK; FALK JL; SWANSON ME; KISSOON N
      SUBMERSION INJURIES IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS

      Critical care clinics
    24. FALK JL; LAU CE
      ESTABLISHING PREFERENCE FOR ORAL COCAINE WITHOUT AN ASSOCIATIVE HISTORY WITH A REINFORCER

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    25. FALK JL; NEAL SA; LAU CE
      SCHEDULE INDUCTION CONDITIONS NOT ONLY EXAGGERATE INTAKE BUT ALSO ENHANCE DRUG SOLUTION CHOICE

      Physiology & behavior
    26. ROTHROCK SG; HARPER MB; GREEN SM; CLARK MC; BACHUR R; MCILMAIL DP; GIORDANO PA; FALK JL
      DO ORAL ANTIBIOTICS PREVENT MENINGITIS AND SERIOUS BACTERIAL-INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE OCCULT BACTEREMIA - A METAANALYSIS

      Pediatrics
    27. LAU CE; WANG YX; FALK JL
      DIFFERENTIAL REINFORCEMENT OF LOW-RATE PERFORMANCE, PHARMACOKINETICS AND PHARMACOKINETIC-PHARMACODYNAMIC MODELING - INDEPENDENT INTERACTIONOF ALPRAZOLAM AND CAFFEINE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    28. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL I'

      Antigonish review
    29. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL II'

      Antigonish review
    30. FALK JL
      'GHAZAL III'

      Antigonish review
    31. LAU CE; WANG YX; FALK JL
      INDEPENDENT INTERACTION OF ALPRAZOLAM AND CAFFEINE UNDER CHRONIC DOSEREGIMENS ON DIFFERENTIAL REINFORCEMENT OF LOW-RATE (DRL 45-S) PERFORMANCE

      Psychopharmacology
    32. YOUNGER JG; FALK JL; ROTHROCK SG
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTERIAL AND PERIPHERAL VENOUS LACTATE LEVELS

      Academic emergency medicine
    33. LAU CE; NEAL SA; FALK JL
      SCHEDULE-INDUCED POLYDIPSIC CHOICE BETWEEN COCAINE AND LIDOCAINE SOLUTIONS - CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF ASSOCIATIVE HISTORY

      Behavioural pharmacology
    34. OBRIEN JF; TREMML GP; FALK JL
      INTRAVENOUS CALCIUM-CHLORIDE IN THE CONVERSION OF PAROXYSMAL SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA TO NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    35. FALK JL; SIRIS A; LAU CE
      CONDITIONS SUFFICIENT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ORAL COCAINE OR LIDOCAINESELF-ADMINISTRATION IN PREFERENCE TO WATER

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    36. BARBARITO EJ; LAU CE; FALK JL
      TOLERANCE TO THE ANXIOLYTIC EFFECTS OF THE TRIAZOLOBENZODIAZEPINES TRIAZOLAM AND ALPRAZOLAM, AS MEASURED BY THE INGESTION OF A HYPERTONIC SODIUM-CHLORIDE SOLUTION IN RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    37. KEY CB; ROTHROCK SG; FALK JL
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID SHUNT COMPLICATIONS - AN EMERGENCY-MEDICINE PERSPECTIVE

      Pediatric emergency care
    38. BRENNAN DF; BETZELOS S; REED R; FALK JL
      ETHANOL ELIMINATION RATES IN AN ED POPULATION

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    39. BRENNAN DF; FALK JL; ROTHROCK SG; KERR RB
      RELIABILITY OF INFRARED TYMPANIC THERMOMETRY IN THE DETECTION OF RECTAL FEVER IN CHILDREN

      Annals of emergency medicine
    40. LAU CE; FALK JL
      DOSE-DEPENDENT SURMOUNTABILITY OF LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN CAFFEINE TOLERANCE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    41. LAU CE; MA F; FALK JL
      ORAL AND IP CAFFEINE PHARMACOKINETICS UNDER A CHRONIC FOOD-LIMITATIONCONDITION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    42. FALK JL; LAU CE
      STIMULUS-CONTROL OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR - PERSISTENCE IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF A DRUG

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    43. FALK JL
      FLUID RESUSCITATION IN BRAIN-INJURED PATIENTS

      Critical care medicine
    44. FALK JL; ZHANG J; CHEN R; LAU CE
      A SCHEDULE INDUCTION PROBE TECHNIQUE FOR EVALUATING ABUSE POTENTIAL -COMPARISON OF ETHANOL, NICOTINE AND CAFFEINE, AND CAFFEINE-MIDAZOLAM INTERACTION

      Behavioural pharmacology
    45. IDRIS AH; STAPLES ED; OBRIEN DJ; MELKER RJ; RUSH WJ; DELDUCA KD; FALK JL
      END-TIDAL CARBON-DIOXIDE DURING EXTREMELY LOW CARDIAC-OUTPUT

      Annals of emergency medicine
    46. LAU CE; FALK JL
      TOLERANCE TO ORAL AND IP CAFFEINE - LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY AND PHARMACOKINETICS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    47. LAU CE; SPEAR DJ; FALK JL
      ACUTE AND CHRONIC NICOTINE EFFECTS ON MULTIPLE-SCHEDULE BEHAVIOR - ORAL AND SE ROUTES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    48. IDRIS AH; STAPLES ED; OBRIEN DJ; MELKER RJ; RUSH WJ; DELDUCA KD; FALK JL
      EFFECT OF VENTILATION ON ACID-BASE-BALANCE AND OXYGENATION IN LOW BLOOD-FLOW STATES

      Critical care medicine
    49. FALK JL
      SCHEDULE-INDUCED BEHAVIOR OCCURS IN HUMANS - REPLY

      The Psychological record
    50. FALK JL; LAU CE
      ORAL COCAINE AS A REINFORCER - ACQUISITION CONDITIONS AND IMPORTANCE OF STIMULUS-CONTROL

      Behavioural pharmacology
    51. PARRISH GA; WRIGHT GD; FALK JL
      ACUTE URINARY RETENTION - AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF APPENDICEAL ABSCESS

      Annals of emergency medicine
    52. FALK JL
      MEDICAL DIRECTION OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL-SERVICE SYSTEMS - A FULL-TIME COMMITMENT WHOSE TIME HAS COME

      Critical care medicine


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