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Azrin, N. H., Jamner, J. P., & Besalel, V. A. (1986) Vomiting reduction by slowing of food intake of a retarded adult. Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 7, 409-413.
Morin, C., Winter, B., Besalel, V. A., & Azrin, N. H. (1987). Bulimia: Behavioral vs. cognitive treatment. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 18, 165-169.
Morin, C., & Azrin, N. H. (1987). Stimulus control and imagery training in treating sleep-maintenance insomnia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55, 260- 262.
Azrin, N.H., Jamner, J.P., and Besalel, V.A. (1987). The rate and amount of food intake as determinants of vomiting. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 2, 211-221.
Azrin, Nathan (1987). Behavior in the beginning. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 48, 480-481.
Azrin, N.H., Besalel, V.A., Jamner, J.P., Caputo, J.N. (1988). Comparative study of behavioral methods of treating severe self-injury. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 3, 119-149.
Azrin, N.H. & Peterson, A.L. (1988). Habit reversal for the treatment of Tourette syndrome. Behavior Research and Therapy, 26, 347-351.
Morin, C.M. & Azrin, N.H. (1988). Behavioral and cognitive treatments of geriatric insomnia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56, 748-753.
Azrin, N.H., Jamner, J.P., & Besalel, V.A. (1989). Student learning as the basis for reinforcement to the instructor. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 4, 159-170.
Azrin, N.H. & Pye, G.E. (1989). Staff management by behavioral contracting. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 4, 89-98.
Azrin, N.H., & Peterson, A.L. (1989). Reduction of an eye tic by controlled blinking. Behavior Therapy, 2, 467-473.
Azrin, N.H., & Peterson, A.L. (1990). Treatment of Tourette Syndrome by Habit Reversal: A Waiting-List Control Group Comparison. Behavior Therapy, 21, 305-318.
Azrin, N.H. (1990). Experiences with Skinner at Harvard. Division 25 Recorder, 24, p. 25.
Peterson, A.L. & Azrin, N.H. (1991). "An evaluation of behavioral treatments for Tourette Syndrome." Behavior Research & Therapy, 30, 167-174.