Walter Rolandi

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In an attempt to increase the selectivity of drug discrimination, rats were trained to discriminate LSD (0.08 mg/kg) from a group of "other" compounds consisting of cocaine (10 mg/kg), pentobarbital (5 mg/kg), and saline. Acquisition of this LSD-other discrimination was rapid (31 days) in chambers equipped with retractable levers and did not differ(More)
Six pigeons were trained to respond under concurrent fixed-ratio extinction schedules of food reinforcement (FR 50) on the side keys of a three key chamber. Presence or absence of continuously-flashing, colored lights on the center key signalled which key pecking response (left or right) would be reinforced over the course of an entire experimental session;(More)
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