Behavioral Regulation of the Milieu Interne in Man and Rat

@article{Garcia1974BehavioralRO,
  title={Behavioral Regulation of the Milieu Interne in Man and Rat},
  author={John Garcia and W. Hankins and K. W. Rusiniak},
  journal={Science},
  year={1974},
  volume={185},
  pages={824 - 831}
}
In regulating the internal homeostatic environment mammals, by necessity, employ behavioral strategies that differ from the tactics used in coping with contingencies in the external environment. When an animal consumes a meal, the palatability of that meal is automatically adjusted in accordance with the ultimate internal effects of that meal. If the meal causes toxicosis, the animal acquires an aversion for the taste of the meal; conversely, if recuperation follows ingestion of the meal, the… Expand
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