Ambient temperature effects on taste aversion conditioned by ethanol: contribution of ethanol-induced hypothermia.

@article{Cunningham1992AmbientTE,
  title={Ambient temperature effects on taste aversion conditioned by ethanol: contribution of ethanol-induced hypothermia.},
  author={Christopher L. Cunningham and Jill S. Niehus and J F Bachtold},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={1992},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={1117-24}
}
Six experiments examined the effects of low (5-10 degrees C), normal (21 degrees C), or high (32 degrees) ambient temperature on conditioned taste aversion and body temperature changes produced by ethanol, lithium chloride, or morphine sulfate. Fluid-deprived rats received five to seven taste conditioning trials at 48-hr intervals. On each trial, access to saccharin at normal ambient temperature was followed by injection of drug or saline and placement for 6 hr into a temperature-controlled… CONTINUE READING

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