The processing of injected flavour in the flavour aversion learning preparation
This research examines the processing of injected flavour in the flavour aversion learning paradigm. It is found that an aversion can be conditioned to injected saccharin solution only if the presentation of reinforcement (poisoning by lithium chloride) is delayed, and not if animals are poisoned immediately after injection of flavour. It is concluded that intravascular perception of injected saccharin solution persists for a number of hours after the time of injection, and that the time of...[Show more]
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