Conditioned taste aversion is not disrupted in rats exposed to weak, complex magnetic fields during the CS-UCS interval.

@article{McKay2003ConditionedTA,
  title={Conditioned taste aversion is not disrupted in rats exposed to weak, complex magnetic fields during the CS-UCS interval.},
  author={B. Elizabeth McKay and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={2003},
  volume={97 3 Pt 2},
  pages={1335-8}
}
40 normal male Wistar rats were trained for 8 successive days to consume water ad libitum during once-daily 20-min. sessions. On the following day (training day) the rats were presented with a novel solution of 10% sucrose for 20 min. followed by a single exposure for 2 hr. to one of two weak (200 to 500 nanoTesla) complex magnetic fields or to sham-field conditions. The patterns of the two magnetic fields and the durations of their repeated presentations (interstimulus interval) were designed… CONTINUE READING

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