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Number of items: 10.

2009

Toates, Frederick (2009). An integrative theoretical framework for understanding sexual motivation, arousal, and behavior. Journal of Sex Research, 46(2-3) pp. 168–193.

2006

Toates, Frederick (2006). A Model of the hierarchy of behaviour, cognition, and consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition, 15(1) pp. 75–118.

2005

Toates, Frederick (2005). Evolutionary psychology: towards a more integrative model. Biology and Philosophy, 20(2-3) pp. 305–328.

2004

Toates, Frederick (2004). Cognition, motivation, emotion and action: a dynamic and vulnerable interdependence. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 86(3-4) pp. 173–204.

Toates, Frederick (2004). 'In two minds': consideration of evolutionary precursors permits a more integrative theory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8(2) p. 57.

Toates, Frederick (2004). Skinner's double life as both perpetrator and innocent victim: a reply to Baars. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 11(9) pp. 57–63.

2002

Toates, Frederick and Coschug-Toates, Olga (2002). Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). London, UK: Class Publishing.

Toates, Frederick (2002). Physiology, motivation and the organization of behaviour. In: Jensen, P. ed. The Ethology of domestic animals: an introductory text. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, pp. 31–50.

2001

Toates, Frederick (2001). Patients' perspectives on OCD. In: Fineberg, Naomi; Marazziti, Donatella and Stein, Dan eds. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: a practical guide. London: Martin Dunitz, pp. 177–182.

Toates, Fred (2001). Biological Psychology: An Integrative Approach. Prentice Hall.

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