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Wheel running induces conditioned taste aversion in rats trained while hungry and thirsty.
The purpose of the study was to examine the ability of Magtein to affect the extinction and spontaneous recovery (SR) on conditioned taste aversion.
Conditioned taste aversion induced by self-administered drugs: Paradox revisited.
A pair of studies the UCLA scientist published in 1966, 11 years after his first experiments on conditioned taste aversion, provide a vivid demonstration that animals are biologically prepared to learn about taste in a way that differs from how they learn about other sensations.
Bourne, Calton, Gustayson, and Schachtman (1992) and Revusky and Reilly (1989), using inescapable swim as a source of stress, examined the effects of this stressor on conditioned taste aversion (CTA) in rats.
The initially surprising finding of Lett and Grant (1996) that voluntary running in an activity wheel works as an effective agent to establish conditioned taste aversion (CTA) has now been well confirmed by subsequent studies (see Boakes & Nakajima, 2009, for a review).
Since our first publication in 1985, we have been researching age differences in conditioned taste aversion (Valliere, Peterson, Misanin, & Hinderliter, 1985).
Wheel running simultaneously produces conditioned taste aversion and conditioned place preference in rats.
Rabin and Rabin (1984)investigated whether a conditioned taste aversion (CTA) (i.
The similar attenuation effect was reported in conditioned taste aversion (Colby & Smith, 1977; Mikulka, Leard, & Klein, 1977).