Antipunishment effects of diazepam on two levels of suppression of schedule-induced drinking in rats.

  title={Antipunishment effects of diazepam on two levels of suppression of schedule-induced drinking in rats.},
  author={Pilar Flores and Ricardo Pell{\'o}n},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  volume={67 2},
Food-deprived Wistar rats were exposed to a fixed-time (FT) 60-s food delivery schedule until they developed schedule-induced drinking. Rats were matched in pairs according to their licking rates and were designated master or yoked at random. Every fifth lick by master rats was followed by an electric shock during two signalled 5-min periods, which ran concurrently with the food delivery schedule. For the master rats, shock intensities were adjusted to reduce licking to 5-30% (low suppression… CONTINUE READING

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