An extinction cue reduces spontaneous recovery of ataxic ethanol tolerance in rats

@article{Brooks2004AnEC,
  title={An extinction cue reduces spontaneous recovery of ataxic ethanol tolerance in rats},
  author={D. Christopher Brooks and Joanne M. Vaughn and Andrew J. Freeman and Amanda M. Woods},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2004},
  volume={176},
  pages={256-265}
}
Ethanol ataxia experiments with rats investigated cue effects on conditioned tolerance. Spontaneous recovery (SR) was assessed 1 day and 18 days after extinction with conditioned stimuli (CSs) paired or unpaired with an ethanol unconditioned stimulus (US). Behavioral tolerance was assessed by not tilting the apparatus during conditioning. Non-associative processes were assessed post-conditioning with or without a buzzer cue. Bouton’s (1993, Psychol Bull 114:80–99) memory theory was tested using… CONTINUE READING
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