V Garcia-Hoz

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Three experiments using rats and the conditioned emotional response procedure examined the notion that when a conditioned stimulus (CS) is paired with a reinforcer (US), that CS must be ambiguous if the CS-US association is to become the target of conditional control. CS ambiguity was manipulated by varying whether the CS had been preexposed prior to(More)
The ability of hungry rats to associate flavours with the consequences of ingesting glucose solutions was studied in three experiments. Experiment 1 used a procedure in which on some days one flavour, e.g. cinnamon, was presented and followed after 20 min by 20% glucose, while on other days a second flavour, e.g. wintergreen, was presented, but not followed(More)
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