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163THE WORKS OF CURT RICHTER

This bibliography is derived from Elliot Blass’s edited book The Psychobiology of Curt Richter, a wonderful collection of Richter’s work. Blass was a professor of psychobiology in the Department of Psychology at the Johns Hopkins University, and he went to great pains to enlist Richter’s advice and then to capture the essential papers of Richter’s work. Richter’s wife, Leslie Richter, covered the costs of the edited book, a fact of which Richter was unaware (E. Blass, pers. comm., July 2002).

The Blass book includes Richter’s publications through 1976, when it was published. To these I have added the papers that have come out subsequently.

Anderson, W. A., and C. P. Richter. 1946. Toxicity of alpha-naphthyl thiourea for chickens and pigs. Veterinary Medicine 41:302–3.1

Bagley, C. J., and C. P. Richter. 1924. Electrically excitable region of the forebrain of the alligator. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 2:257–63.

Barelare, B., Jr., L. E. Holt Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1938. Influence of vitamin deficiencies on appetite for particular foodstuffs. American Journal of Physiology 123:7–8.

Barelare, B., Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1938. Increased sodium chloride appetite in pregnant rats. American Journal of Physiology 121:185–88.

Bordley, J. E., W. G. Hardy, and C. P. Richter. 1948. Audiometry with the use of galvanic skin resistance response. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 82:569–77.

Bruesch, S. R., and C. P. Richter. 1946. Cutaneous distribution of peripheral nerves in rhesus monkeys as determined by the electric skin resistance method. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 78:235–48.

Buchman, E. F., and C. P. Richter. 1933. Abolition of bulbocapnine catatonia by cocaine. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 29:499–503.

Carter, E. P., C. P. Richter, and C. H. Greene. 1919. A graphic application of the principle of the equilateral triangle for determining the direction of the electrical axis of the heart in the human electrocardiogram. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 30: 162–67.

Dieke, S. H., G. S. Allen, and C. P. Richter. 1947. The acute toxicity of thioureas and related compounds to wild and domestic Norway rats. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 90:260–70.

Dieke, S. H., and C. P. Richter. 1945. Acute toxicity of thiourea to rats in relation to age, diet, strain, and species variation. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 83:195–202.

———. 1946a. Age and species variation in the acute toxicity of alpha-naphthyl thiourea. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 62:22–25.

———. 1946b. Comparative assays of rodenticides on wild Norway rats. I. Toxicity. Public Health Reports 61:672–79.

Fish, H. S., P. D. Malone, and C. P. Richter. 1944. The anatomy of the tongue of the domestic Norway rat. I. The skin of the tongue: The various papillae; their number and distribution. Anatomical Record 89:429–40.

Fish, H. S., and C. P. Richter. 1946. Comparative numbers of fungiform and foliate papillae on tongues of domestic and wild Norway rats. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 63:352–55.

Fries, J. F., and C. P. Richter. 1964. Lung cancer: Detection by use of electrical skin resistance method. Archives of Internal Medicine 113:624–34.

Gillespie, R. D., C. P. Richter, and G. Wang. 1926. The oculo-cardiac reflex: its clinical significance. Journal of Mental Science 72:321–30.

King, A. B., and C. P. Richter. 1949. Spinal subdural abscess due to a congenital dermal sinus and accompanying changes in the autonomic nervous system. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 85:431–39.

Kline, A. H., J. B. Sidbury Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1959. The occurrence of ectodermal dysplasia and corneal dysplasia in one family. Journal of Pediatrics 55:355–66.

Kline, A. H., J. B. Sidbury Jr., C. P. Richter, and J. Billingsly. 1959. Mode of transmission of familial ectodermal dysplasia. American Pediatric Society 55:355–66.

Langworthy, O. R., and C. P. Richter. 1930. The influence of efferent cerebral pathways upon the sympathetic nervous system. Brain 53:178–93.

———. 1933. The cerebral motor cortex of the porcupine. Journal of Psychology and Neurology 45:138–42.

———. 1938. A physiological study of cerebral motor cortex and decerebrate rigidity in the beaver. Journal of Mammalogy 19:70–77.

———. 1939. Increased spontaneous activity produced by frontal lobe lesions in cats. American Journal of Physiology 126:158–61.

Levine, M., and C. P. Richter. 1935. Periodic attacks of gastric pain accompanied with marked changes in the electrical resistance of the skin. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 33:1078–80.

Mirick, G. S., C. P. Richter, I. G. Schaub, R. Franklin, R. MacCleary, G. Schipper, and J. Spitznagel. 1950. An epizootic due to pneumococcus type II in laboratory rats. American Journal of Hygiene 52:48–54.

Mosier, H. D., Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1958. Response of the glomerulosa layer of the adrenal gland of wild and domesticated Norway rats to low and high salt diets. Endocrinology 62:268–77.

Mosier, H. D., Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1967. Histologic and physiologic comparisons of the thyroid glands of the wild and domesticated Norway rat. Anatomical Record 158:263–74.

Park, E. A., and C. P. Richter. 1953. Transverse lines in bones: The mechanism of their development. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 93:234–48.

Paterson, A. S., and C. P. Richter. 1933. Action of scopolamine and carbon dioxide on catalepsy produced by bulbocapnine. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 29:231–40.

Pfaffmann, C., P. T. Young, V. G. Dethier, C. P. Richter, and E. Stellar. 1954. Preparation of solution for research in chemoreception and food acceptance. Journal of Comparative Physiology and Psychology 47:93–96.

Rice, K. K., and C. P. Richter. 1943. Increased sodium chloride and water intake of normal rats treated with desoxycorticosterone acetate. Endocrinology 33:106–15.

Richter, C. P. 1921. The behavior of the rat: a study of general and specific activities. Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins Univ.

———. 1922. A behavioristic study of the activity of the rat. Comparative Psychology Monographs 1:1–55.

———. 1924a. Action currents from the stomach. American Journal of Physiology 67:612–33.

———. 1924b. The sweat glands studied by the electrical resistance method. American Journal of Physiology 68:147.

———. 1925. Some observations on the self-stimulation habits of young wild animals. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 13:724–28.

———. 1926a. New methods of obtaining electromyogram and electrocardiogram from the intact body. JAMA 87:1300.

———. 1926b. The significance of changes in the electrical resistance of the body during sleep. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 12:214–22.

———. 1926c. A study of the effect of moderate doses of alcohol on the growth and behavior of the rat. Journal of Experimental Zoology 44:397–418.

———. 1927a. Animal behavior and internal drives. Quarterly Review of Biology 2:307–43.

———. 1927b. On the interpretation of the electromyogram from voluntary and reflex contractions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology 18:55–77.

———. 1927c. A study of the electrical skin resistance and the psychogalvanic reflex in a case of unilateral sweating. Brain 50:216–23.

———. 1928a. The dependence of the electromyogram from voluntary contractions on the anterior horn cells. American Journal of Physiology 85:403–23.

———. 1928b. The electrical skin resistance. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 19:488–508.

———. 1929a. The galvanic skin-reflex in spinal animals. Proceedings and Papers of the Ninth International Congress on Psychology, 357–58.

———. 1929b. Nervous control of the electrical resistance of the skin. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 45:56–74.

———. 1929c. Pathologic sleep and similar conditions. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 21:363–75.

———. 1929d. Physiological factors involved in the electrical resistance of the skin. American Journal of Physiology 88:596–615.

———. 1929e. Thirst: A function of body-surface. Proceedings and Papers of the Ninth International Congress on Psychology, 358–59.

———. 1930a. Biological approach to manic depressive insanity. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease 11:611–25.

———. 1930b. Experimental diabetes insipidus. Brain 53:76–85.

———. 1930c. Galvanic skin reflex from animals with complete transection of the spinal cord. American Journal of Physiology 93:468–72.

———. 1930d. High electrical resistance of the skin of new-born infants and its significance. American Journal of Diseases of Children 40:18–26.

———. 1931a. The grasping reflex in the new-born monkey. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 26:784–90.

———. 1931b. Sleep produced by hypnotics studied by the electrical skin resistance method. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 42:471–86.

———. 1932. Biological foundation of personality differences. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 2:345–54.

———. 1933a. Cyclical phenomena produced in rats by section of the pituitary stalk and their possible relation to pseudo-pregnancy. American Journal of Physiology 106: 80–90.

———. 1933b. The effect of early gonadectomy on the gross body activity of rats. Endocrinology 17:445–50.

———. 1933c. The role played by the thyroid gland in the production of gross body activity. Endocrinology 17:73–87.

———. 1934a. Cyclic manifestations in the sleep curves of psychotic patients. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 31:149–51.

———. 1934b. Experimental diabetes insipidus: its relation to the anterior and posterior lobes of the hypophysis. American Journal of Physiology 110:439–47.

———. 1934c. The grasp reflex of the new-born infant. American Journal of Diseases of Children 48:327–32.

———. 1934d. Pregnancy urine given by mouth to gonadectomized rats: its effect on spontaneous activity and on the reproductive tract. American Journal of Physiology 110:499–512.

———. 1935. The primacy of polyuria in diabetes insipidus. American Journal of Physiology 112:481–87.

———. 1936a. Increased salt appetite in adrenalectomized rats. American Journal of Physiology 115:155–61.

———. 1936b. The pituitary gland in relation to water exchange. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease 17:392–409.

———. 1936c. The spontaneous activity of adrenalectomized rats treated with replacement and other therapy. Endocrinology 20:657–66.

———. 1937. Hypophyseal control of behavior. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 5:258–68.

———. 1938a. Animal cages. American Journal of Physiology 123:170.

———. 1938b. Factors determining voluntary ingestion of water in normals and in individuals with maximum diabetes insipidus. American Journal of Physiology 122:668–75.

———. 1938c. The integration of the grasp reflex. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, 64th meeting, 128.

———. 1938d. Two-day cycles of alternating good and bad behavior in psychotic patients. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 39:587–98.

———. 1938e. The work of the psychobiology laboratory. In Contributions Dedicated to Dr. Adolf Meyer, edited by S. Katzenelbogen, 81–85. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

———. 1939a. Salt taste thresholds of normal and adrenalectomized rats. Endocrinology 24:367–71.

———. 1939b. Transmission of taste sensation in animals. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, 65th meeting, 49–50.

———. 1941a. Alcohol as a food. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol 1:650–62.

———. 1941b. Behavior and endocrine regulators of the internal environment. Endocrinology 28:193–95.

———. 1941c. Biology of drives. Psychosomatic Medicine 3:105–10.

———. 1941d. Changes produced by sympathectomy in the electrical resistance of the skin. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, 67th meeting, 15–17.

———. 1941e. Decreased carbohydrate appetite of adrenalectomized rats. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 48:577–79.

———. 1941f. The internal environment and behavior. Internal secretions. American Journal of Psychiatry 97:878–93.

———. 1941g. The nutritional value of some common carbohydrates, fats and proteins studied in rats by the single food choice method. American Journal of Physiology 133:29–42.

———. 1941h. Sodium chloride and dextrose appetite of untreated and treated adrenal-ectomized rats. Endocrinology 29:115–25.

———. 1942a. Increased dextrose appetite of normal rats treated with insulin. American Journal of Physiology 135:781–87.

———. 1942b. Physiological psychology. Annual Review of Physiology 4:561–74.

———. 1942–43. Total self regulatory functions in animals and human beings. Harvey Lectures Series 38:63–103.

———. 1943. The self-selection of diets. In Essays in Biology: In Honor of Herbert M. Evans, edited by S. T. Farquhar, C. D. Leak, W. R. Lyons, and M. E. Simpson. Berkeley: University of California Press.

———. 1945a. A comparison of the nutritive values of dextrose and of corn syrups and of the effects produced on their utilization by thiamine. American Journal of Physiology 145:107–14.

———. 1945b. The development and use of alpha-naphthyl thiourea (ANTU) as a rat poison. JAMA 129:927–31.

———. 1945c. Incidence of rat bites and rat bite fever in Baltimore. JAMA 128:324–26.

———. 1945d. Nutritive value of dextrose maltose determined by the single-food choice method. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 59: 260–63.

———. 1946a. Biological factors involved in poisoning rats with alpha-naphthyl thiourea (ANTU). Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 63: 364–72.

———. 1946b. Instructions for using the cutaneous resistance recorder, or “dermometer,” on peripheral nerve injuries, sympathectomies, and paravertebral blocks. Journal of Neurosurgery 3:181–91.

———. 1947a. Biology of drives. Journal of Comparative Physiology and Psychology 40: 129–34.

———. 1947b. Cutaneous areas denervated by upper thoracic and stellate ganglionectomies determined by the electrical skin resistance method. Journal of Neurosurgery 4:221–32.

———. 1948a. Effect of galactose on the utilization of fat. Science 108:449–50.

———. 1948b. Nutritive value of fructose for rats and effects produced on its utilization by thiamine. American Journal of Physiology 154:499–505.

———. 1948c. Physiology and endocrinology of the toxic thioureas. Recent Progress in Hormone Research 11:255–76.

———. 1949a. Domestication of the Norway rat and its implications for the problem of stress. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease 29: 19–47.

———. 1949b. The use of the wild Norway rat for psychiatric research. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 110:379–86.

———. 1950a. An ideal preparation for the dissection of spinal, peripheral and autonomic nerves of the rat. Science 112:20–21.

———. 1950b. Psychotic behavior produced in wild Norway and Alexandrine rats apparently by the fear of poisoning. In International Symposium on Feelings and Emotions, edited by M. L. Reymert, 189–202. New York: McGraw Hill.

———. 1950c. Taste and solubility of toxic compounds in poisoning of rats and man. Journal of Comparative Physiology and Psychology 43:358–74.

———. 1951. The effects of domestication on the steroids of animals and man. Symposium on Steroids and Behavior, Ciba Foundation, London, England.

———. 1952a. Domestication of the Norway rat and its implication for the study of genetics in man. American Journal of Human Genetics 4:273–85.

———. 1952b. The physiology and cytology of pulmonary edema and pleural effusion produced in rats by alpha-naphthyl thiourea (ANTU). Journal of Thoracic Surgery 23:66–91.

———. 1952c. Stress and Structural Change. Seventh annual Menas S. Gregory Lecture at New York University–Bellevue Medical Center.

———. 1953a. Alcohol, beer and wine as foods. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol 14:525–39.

———. 1953b. Behavioral Regulation of Homeostasis. Symposium on Stress. Army Medical Service Graduate School, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

———. 1953c. Behavior cycles in man and animals. National Academy of Sciences.

———. 1953d. Experimentally produced behavior reactions to food poisoning in wild and domesticated rats. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 56:225–39.

———. 1953e. Experimental production of cycles of behaviour and physiology in animals. Acta Medica Scandinavica, Supplementum 307:36.

———. 1953f. Free research versus design research. Science 118:91–93.

———. 1954a. Behavioral regulators of carbohydrate homeostasis. Acta Neurovegetativa 9:247–69.

———. 1954b. The effects of domestication and selection on the behavior of the Norway rat. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 15:727–38.

———. 1955a. Behavior and metabolic cycles in animals and man. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Psychopathological Association Experimental Psychopathology, edited by Hoch and Zublin, 34–54. New York: Grune and Stratton.

———. 1955b. Nutritional factors. Report of the 17th Ross Pediatric Research Conference on Growth and Development of Dental and Skeletal Tissues, Boston, Mass., 22–30.

———. 1955c. Self-regulatory functions during gestation and lactation. Gestation-Transactions of the Second Conference, Princeton, N.J., 11–93.

———. 1956a. Loss of appetite for alcohol and alcoholic beverages produced in rats by treatment with thyroid preparations. Endocrinology 59:472–78.

———. 1956b. Ovulation cycles and stress. Transactions of the 3rd Conference on Gestation, Princeton, N.J., edited by C. A. Villee, 53–70.

———. 1956c. Production and control of alcoholic cravings in rats. Third Conference in Neuropharmacology, Princeton, N.J., edited by H. A. Abramson, 39–146. New York: The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.

———. 1956d. Salt appetite of mammals: its dependence on instinct and metabolism. In LInstinct dans le comportement des animaux et de lhomme, edited by P. P. Grasse, 577–632. Paris: Masson et Cie Editeurs.

———. 1957a. Decreased appetite for alcohol and alcoholic beverages produced in rats by thyroid treatment. Symposium on hormones, brain function and behavior. Proceedings of the Conference on Neuroendocrinology, edited by H. Hoagland, 217–20. New York: Academic Press.

———. 1957b. Hormones and rhythms in man and animals. Recent Progress in Hormone Research 13:105–59, edited by Gregory Pincus. New York: Academic Press.

———. 1957c. Hunger and appetite. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 5:141.

———. 1957d. Loss of appetite for alcohol and alcoholic beverages produced in rats by treatment with thyroid preparation. Symposium on Alcoholism-Basic Aspects and Treatment, Atlanta, Ga., edited by H. E. Himwich. American Association for the Advancement of Science, publ. no. 47.

———. 1957e. Permanent damage done to rats by prolonged feeding of several common therapeutic drugs and hormones. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 126:1234.

———. 1957f. Phenomenon of sudden death in animals and man. Psychosomatic Medicine 19:191–98.

———. 1958a. Abnormal but regular cycles in behavior and metabolism in rats and catatonic-schizophrenics. In Psychoendocrinology, edited by M. Reiss, 168–81. New York: Grune and Stratton.

———. 1958b. Diurnal cycles of man and animals. Science 128:1147–48.

———. 1958c. Neurological basis of responses to stress. A Ciba Foundation Symposium on the Neurological Basis of Behaviour, in commemoration of Sir Charles Sherrington, edited by G. E. W. Wolstenholme and Cecilia M. O’Connor, 204–17. London: J. and A. Churchill.

———. 1958d. On the phenomenon of sudden death in animals and man. In Psychopathology: A Source Book, edited by C. F. Reed, I. E. Alexander, and S. S. Tomkins, 112–25. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

———. 1958e. The phenomenon of unexplained sudden death in animals and man. (Article read at the 25th anniversary of the Pavlovian Laboratory, Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital.) In Physiological Bases of Psychiatry, compiled and edited by W. H. Gantt, 302–13.

———. 1959a. Abnormal but regular cycles in behavior and metabolism in rats and cata-tonic-schizophrenics. Second International Congress of Psychiatry, Psychoendocrine Symposium with Special Reference to Schizophrenia, Zurich, Switzerland, 1957. 4:326–27.

———. 1959b. Biological Clocks in Medicine and Psychiatry. Thomas William Salmon Lectures at the New York Academy of Medicine.

———. 1959c. Lasting after-effects produced in rats by several commonly used drugs and hormones. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 45:1080–95.

———. 1959d. Rats, man and the welfare state. American Psychologist 14:18–28.

———. 1960. Biological clocks in medicine and psychiatry: Shock-phase hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 46:1506–30.

———. 1961a. Biological clocks. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa.

———. 1961b. Biological clocks in infants and children. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Pediatrics Society.

———. 1964a. Behavioral and physiological changes produced in rats by removal of the superior colliculi of the brain. Presented at the National Academy of Sciences autumn meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 12–14, 1964. Science 146:429.

———. 1964b. Biological clocks and the endocrine glands. Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Endocrinology, London, England, 119–23.

———. 1965. Biological Clocks in Medicine and Psychiatry. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas.

———. 1966. A hitherto unrecognized difference between man and other primates. Science 154:427.

———. 1967a. Biological clocks. Ciba Foundation Meeting, in honor of Professor Bernhard Zondek, London, England, July 27, 1966, edited by G. E. W. Wolstenholme. London: J. & A. Churchill.

———. 1967b. Psychopathology of periodic behavior in animals and man. Comparative Psychopathology. American Psychopathological Association/New York: Grune & Stratton, 205–27.

———. 1967c. Sleep and activity: Their relation to the 24-hour clock. Proceedings of the Association for Research on Nervous and Mental Disease 45:8–29.

———. 1968a. Clock mechanism esotropia in children-alternate-day squint. Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 122:218–23.

———. 1968b. Experiences of a reluctant rat-catcher: The common Norway rat—friend or enemy? Proceedings of the Philosophical Society 112:403–15.

———. 1968c. Inborn nature of the rat’s 24-hour clock. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 61:1153–54.

———. 1968d. Inherent twenty-four hour and lunar clocks of a primate—the squirrel monkey. Comparative Behavioral Biology part A, 1:305–32.

———. 1968e. Periodic phenomena in man and animals: their relation to neuroendocrine mechanisms (a monthly or nearly monthly cycle). In Endocrinology and Human Behaviour, edited by R. P. Michael. London: Oxford University Press.

———. 1970a. Blood-clock barrier: Its penetration by heavy water. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 66:244.

———. 1970b. Dependence of successful mating in rats on functioning of the 24-hour clocks of the male and female. Comparative Behavioral Biology part A, 5: no. 1.

———. 1970d. Yogurt induced cataracts: Comments on their significance to man. JAMA 214:1878–79.

———. 1971. Inborn nature of the rat’s 24-hour clock. Journal of Comparative Physiology and Psychology 75:1–4.

———. 1972. Measurement of the electrical skin resistance in the evaluation of patients with neck and upper extremity pain. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 54:1796.

———. 1974. Part played by taste in self-selection of diets as determined by six common sugars. Conference on the Development of Sweet Preference, sponsored by the National Institute of Dental Research, Bethesda, Md.

———. 1975a. Astronomical references in biological rhythms. International Society for the Study of Time, Second World Conference, Lake Yamanaka, Japan. New York: Springer-Verlag.

———. 1975b. Deep hypothermia and its effect on the 24-hour clock of rats and hamsters. Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 136:1–10.

———. 1976a. Artifactual 7 day cycles in spontaneous activity in wild rodents and squirrel monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 90:572–82.

———. 1976b. Optic nerve sectioning in rats. Brain Research Bulletin 1:493–94.

———. 1977a. Discovery of fire by man: its effects on his 24 hour clock and intellectual and cultural evolution. Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 141:47–61.

———. 1977b. Heavy water as a tool for study of the forces that control length of period of the 24 hour clock of the hamster. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 74:1295–99.

———. 1977c. Mysterious form of referred sensation in man. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 74:4702–5.

———. 1977d. Permanent series of prolonged pseudopregnancy periods in hysterectomized rats. Physiology and Behavior 18:245–53.

———. 1978a. Dark active rat transformed into light active rat by destruction of 24-hour clock: function of 24-hour clock and synchronizers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 75:6276–80.

———. 1978b. Evidence for existence of a yearly clock in surgically and self blinded chipmunks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 75:3517–21.

———. 1980. Growth hormone 3.6-h pulsatile secretion and feeding times have similar periods in rats. American Journal of Physiology 239:E1–2.

———. 1983. Possible origin of a 90 min. cortisol secretion cycle in rats, guinea pigs and monkeys. American Journal of Physiology 244:R514–15.

———. 1985. It’s a long way to Tipperary, the land of my genes. In Leaders in the Study of Animal Behavior: Autobiographical Perspectives, edited by D. A. Dewsbury, 357–85. Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press.

Richter, C. P., and B. Barelare Jr. 1938. Nutritional requirements of pregnant and lactating rats studied by the self-selection method. Endocrinology 23:15–24.

———. 1939a. Further observations on the carbohydrate, fat, and protein appetite of vitamin B deficient rats. American Journal of Physiology 127:199–210.

———. 1939b. Persistence of 4- to 5-day activity cycles in vitamin A deficient rats with constant cornification of the vaginal epithelium. Endocrinology 24:3764–66.

Richter, C. P., and L. H. Bartemeier. 1926. Decerebrate rigidity of the sloth. Brain 49: 207–27.

Richter, C. P., and J. A. Benjamin Jr. 1934a. Ligation of the common bile duct in the rat. Archives of Pathology 18:817–26.

———. 1934b. The third ventricle: Conformation of the floor and its relation to the meninges. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 31:1026–37.

Richter, C. P., and J. R. Birmingham. 1941. Calcium appetite of parathyroidectomized rats used to bioassay substances which affect blood calcium. Endocrinology 29: 655–66.

———. 1942. Decreased fat appetite produced in rats by ligation of the common bile duct. American Journal of Physiology 138:71–77.

Richter, C. P., and M. E. Brailey. 1929. Water-intake and its relation to the surface area of the body. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 15:571–78.

Richter, C. P., and K. H. Campbell. 1940a. Alcohol taste thresholds and concentrations of solution preferred by rats. Science 91:507–8.

———. 1940b. Sucrose taste thresholds of rats and humans. American Journal of Physiology 128:291–97.

———. 1940c. Taste thresholds and taste preferences of rats for five common sugars. Journal of Nutrition 20:31–46.

Richter, C. P., and K. H. Clisby. 1941a. Graying of hair produced by ingestion of phenylthiocarbamide. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 48:684–87.

———. 1941b. Phenylthiocarbamide taste thresholds of rats and human beings. American Journal of Physiology 134:157–64.

———. 1942. Toxic effects of the bitter-tasting phenylthiocarbamide. Archives of Pathology 33:46–57.

Richter, C. P., and J. R. Duke. 1970. Cataracts produced in rats by yogurt. Science 168: 1372–74.

Richter, C. P., and J. F. Eckert. 1935. Further evidence for the primacy of polyuria in diabetes insipidus. American Journal of Physiology 113:578–81.

———. 1936. Behavior changes produced in the rat by hypophysectomy. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. 17:561–71.

———. 1937a. The effect of hypophyseal injection and implants on the activity of hypophysectomized rats. Endocrinology 21:481–88.

———. 1937b. Increased calcium appetite of parathyroidectomized rats. Endocrinology 21:50–54.

———. 1938. Mineral metabolism of adrenalectomized rats studied by the appetite method. Endocrinology 22:214–24.

———. 1939. Mineral appetite of parathyroidectomized rats. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 198:9–16.

Richter, C. P., and J. T. Emlen Jr. 1945. A modified rabbit box trap for use in catching live wild rats for laboratory and field studies. Public Health Reports 60:1303–8.

———. 1946. Instructions for using ANTU as a poison for the common Norway rat. Public Health Reports 61:602–7.

Richter, C. P., and F. R. Ford. 1928. Electromyographic studies in different types of neuromuscular disturbances. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 19:660–76.

Richter, C. P., and C. E. Hall. 1947. Comparison of intestinal lengths and Peyer’s patches in wild and domestic Norway and in wild Alexandrine rats. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 66:561–66.

Richter, C. P., and C. G. Hartman. 1934. The effect of injection of amniotin on the spontaneous activity of gonadectomized rats. American Journal of Physiology 108:136–43.

Richter, C. P., and C. D. Hawkes. 1939. Increased spontaneous activity and food intake produced in rats by removal of the frontal poles of the brain. Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 2:231–42.

———. 1941. The dependence of the carbohydrate, fat and protein appetite of rats on the various components of the vitamin B complex. American Journal of Physiology 131:639–49.

Richter, C. P., and S. Helfrick. 1943. Decreased phosphorous appetite of parathyroidectomized rats. Endocrinology 33:349–52.

Richter, C. P., and M. Hines. 1932a. Experimental production of the grasp reflex in adult monkeys by lesions of the frontal lobes. American Journal of Physiology 101:87–99.

———. 1932b. The production of the “grasp reflex” in adult macaques by experimental frontal lobe lesions. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease 13:211–24.

———. 1935. Increased activity produced by brain lesions in monkeys. Second International Neurological Congress.

———. 1937. Increased general activity produced by pre-frontal and striatal lesions in monkeys. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, 63rd meeting, 107–9.

———. 1938. Increased spontaneous activity produced in monkeys by brain lesions. Brain 61:1–16.

Richter, C. P., L. E. Holt Jr., and B. Barelare Jr. 1937a. The effect of self-selection of diet—food (protein, carbohydrates, and fats), minerals and vitamins—on growth, activity, and reproduction in rats. American Journal of Physiology 119:388–89.

———. 1937b. Vitamin B1 craving in rats. Science 86:354–55.

———. 1938. Nutritional requirements for normal growth and reproduction in rats studied by the self-selection method. American Journal of Physiology 122:734–44.

Richter, C. P., L. E. Holt Jr., B. Barelare Jr., and C. D. Hawkes. 1939. Changes in fat, carbohydrate, and protein appetite in vitamin B deficiency. American Journal of Physiology 124:596–602.

Richter, C. P., W. Honeyman, and H. Hunter. 1940. Behavior and mood cycles apparently related to parathyroid deficiency. Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 3: 19–25.

Richter, C. P., G. E. S. Jones, and L. Biswanger. 1959. Periodic phenomena and the thyroid. I. Abnormal but regular cycles in behavior and metabolism produced in rats by partial radiothyroidectomy. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 81:233–55.

Richter, C. P., G. E. S. Jones, and J. W. Woods. 1953. Behavior cycles produced in rats by thyroidectomy, injection of I131, or by feeding sulfamerazine. Endocrinology.

Richter, C. P., and D. T. Katz. 1943. Peripheral nerve injuries determined by the electrical skin resistance method. I. Ulnar nerve. JAMA 122:648–51.

Richter, C. P., and O. R. Langworthy. 1933. The quill mechanism of the porcupine. Journal of Psychology and Neurology 45:143–53.

Richter, C. P., O. R. Langworthy, and E. A. Park. 1967. An ideal preparation of animals (on single-food-choice diet) for dissection of nerves and glands and for bone growth studies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 57:265–72.

Richter, C. P., and M. Levine. 1937. Sympathectomy in man. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 38:756–60.

Richter, C. P., and A. MacLean. 1939. Salt taste thresholds of humans. American Journal of Physiology 126:1–6.

Richter, C. P., and P. D. Malone. 1945. Peripheral nerve lesion charts. Journal of Neuro-surgery 2:550–52.

Richter, C. P., and H. D. Mosier Jr. 1954. Maximum sodium chloride intake and thirst in domesticated and wild Norway rats. American Journal of Physiology 176:213–22.

Richter, C. P., and F. J. Otenasek. 1946. Thoracolumbar sympathectomies examined with the electrical skin resistance method. Journal of Neurosurgery 3:120–34.

Richter, C. P., and A. S. Paterson. 1931. Bulbocapnine catalepsy and the grasp reflex. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 43:677–91.

———. 1932. On the pharmacology of the grasp reflex. Brain 55:391–96.

Richter, C. P., and K. K. Rice. 1942. The effect of thiamine hydrochloride on the energy value of dextrose studied in rats by the single food choice method. American Journal of Physiology 137:573–81.

———. 1943a. Depressive effects produced on appetite and activity of rats by an exclusive diet of yellow or white corn and their correction by cod liver oil. American Journal of Physiology 139:147–54.

———. 1943b. Effects produced by vitamin D on energy, appetite, and oestrous cycles of rats kept on an exclusive diet of yellow corn. American Journal of Physiology 139: 693–99.

———. 1944. Comparison of the nutritive value of dextrose and casein and of the effects produced by their utilization by thiamine. American Journal of Physiology 141: 346–53.

———. 1945a. A comparison of the nutritive value of dextrose and sucrose and of the effects produced on their utilization by thiamine hydrochloride. American Journal of Physiology 143:336–43.

———. 1945b. Self-selection studies on coprophagy as a source of vitamin B complex. American Journal of Physiology 143:344–54.

———. 1954. Comparison of the effects produced by fasting on gross bodily activity of wild and domesticated Norway rats. American Journal of Physiology 179:305–8.

———. 1956. Experimental production in rats of abnormal cycles in behavior and metabolism. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 124:393–95.

Richter, C. P., P. V. Rogers, and C. E. Hall. 1950. Failure of salt replacement therapy in adrenalectomized recently captured wild Norway rats. Endocrinology 46:233–42.

Richter, C. P., and E. C. H. Schmidt Jr. 1939. Behavior and anatomical changes reproduced in rats by pancreatectomy. Endocrinology 25:698–706.

———. 1941. Increased fat and decreased carbohydrate appetite of pancreatectomized rats. Endocrinology 28:179–92.

Richter, C. P., E. C. H. Schmidt Jr., and P. D. Malone. 1945. Further observations on the self-regulatory dietary selections of rats made diabetic by pancreatectomy. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 76:192–219.

Richter, C. P., and M. B. Shaw. 1930. Complete transections of the spinal cord at different levels. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 24:1107–16.

Richter, C. P., and E. H. Uhlenhuth. 1954. Comparison of the effects of gonadectomy on spontaneous activity of wild and domesticated Norway rats. Endocrinology 54: 311–22.

Richter, C. P., and T. Wada. 1924. Method of measuring salivary secretions in human beings. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 9:2–4.

Richter, C. P., and G. H. Wang. 1926. New apparatus for measuring the spontaneous motility of animals. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 12:289–92.

Richter, C. P., and C. L. Warner. 1974. Comparison of Weigert stained sections with unfixed, unstained sections for study of myelin sheaths. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 71:598–601.

Richter, C. P., and F. G. Whelan. 1943. Sweat gland responses to sympathetic stimulation studied by the galvanic skin reflex method. Journal of Neurophysiology 6:191–94.

———. 1949. Description of a skin galvanometer that gives a graphic record of activity in the sympathetic nervous system. Journal of Neurosurgery 6:279–84.

Richter, C. P., and G. B. Wislocki. 1928. Activity studies on castrated male and female rats with testicular grafts in correlation with histological studies of the grafts. American Journal of Physiology 86:651–60.

———. 1930. Anatomical and behavior changes produced in the rat by complete and partial extirpation of the pituitary gland. American Journal of Physiology 95:481–92.

Richter, C. P., and D. E. Wood. 1953. Hypophysectomy and domestication in the Norway rat. Federal Proceedings 12:378.

Richter, C. P., and B. G. Woodruff. 1941. Changes produced by sympathectomy in the electrical resistance of the skin. Surgery 10:957–70.

———. 1942. Facial patterns of electrical skin resistance: their relation to sleep, external temperature, hair distribution, sensory dermatomes and skin disease. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 70:442–59.

———. 1945. Lumbar sympathetic dermatomes in man determined by the electrical skin resis-tance method. Journal of Neurophysiology 8:323–38.

Richter, C. P., B. G. Woodruff, and B. C. Eaton. 1943. Hand and foot patterns of low electrical skin resistance: their anatomical and neurological significance. Journal of Neurophysiology 6:417–24.

Riley, L. H., Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1975. Uses of the electrical skin resistance method in the evaluation of patients with neck and upper extremity pain. Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 137:69–74.

Rogers, P. V., and C. P. Richter. 1948. Anatomical comparison between the adrenal glands of wild Norway, wild Alexandrine and domestic Norway rats. Endocrinology 42:46–55.

Schmidt, E. C. H., Jr., and C. P. Richter. 1941. Anatomic and behavior changes produced by partial hepatectomy in the rat. Archives of Pathology 31:483–88.

Tan, E. M., M. E. Hanson, and C. P. Richter. 1954. Swimming time of rats with relation to water temperature. Federal Proceedings 13:498.

Tower, S. S., and C. P. Richter. 1931. Injury and repair within the sympathetic nervous system. I. The preganglionic neurons. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 26: 485–95.

———. 1932a. Injury and repair within the sympathetic nervous system. II. The post-ganglionic neurons. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry I 28:1139–48.

———. 1932b. Injury and repair within the sympathetic nervous system. III. Evidence of activity of postganglionic sympathetic neurons independent of the central nervous system. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 28:1149–52.

Wang, G. H., and C. P. Richter. 1928. Action currents from the pad of the cat’s foot produced by stimulation of the tuber cinereum. Chinese Journal of Physiology 2:279–84.

Wang, G. H., C. P. Richter, and A. F. Guttmacher. 1925. Activity studies on male castrated rats with ovarian transplants, and correlation of the activity with the histology of the grafts. American Journal of Physiology 73:581–99.

Whelan, F. G., and C. P. Richter. 1943. Electrical skin resistance technique used to map areas of skin affected by sympathectomy and by other surgical or functional factors. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 49:454–56.

Wilkins, L., and C. P. Richter. 1940. A great craving for salt by a child with corticoadrenal insufficiency. JAMA 114:866–68.

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