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Behavioral pharmacology is a maturing science that has made significant contributions to the study of drug effects on behavior, especially in the domain of drug-behavior interactions. Less appreciated is that research in behavioral pharmacology can have, and has had, implications for the experimental analysis of behavior, especially its conceptualizations and theory. In this article, I outline three general strategies in behavioral pharmacology research that have been employed to increasedoi:10.1901/jeab.2006.130-04 pmid:16776059 pmcid:PMC1459844 fatcat:2ftee4ywefablaxclp2qzgiaou