Circadian food-anticipatory activity: formal models and physiological mechanisms.

@article{Mistlberger1994CircadianFA,
  title={Circadian food-anticipatory activity: formal models and physiological mechanisms.},
  author={Ralph E Mistlberger},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={1994},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={171-95}
}
Rats and other species exhibit food-anticipatory activity (FAA) to daily mealtime under circadian (24 h) food access schedules. A critical review of several explanatory models indicates that hourglass clocks and associative learning processes are inadequate to explain many properties of FAA in intact and suprachiasmatic nuclei ablated rodents. A computational learning model, involving circadian clock consultation and phase memory, accounts for some but not all of these properties. An… CONTINUE READING
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