Conditioning of relative frequency of sniffing by rabbits to odors.

@article{Freeman1983ConditioningOR,
  title={Conditioning of relative frequency of sniffing by rabbits to odors.},
  author={Walter J. Freeman and G Viana di Prisco and Gerald W. Davis and T. M. Whitney},
  journal={Journal of comparative psychology},
  year={1983},
  volume={97 1},
  pages={
          12-23
        }
}
The sniff was identified by a brief episode of increased respiratory rate, usually with a well-defined time of onset. It was detected against the background of respiratory activity in rabbits simply, reliably, and noninvasively by statistical evaluation of digitized pneumograph records. The basal rate of exploratory sniffing was controlled by familiarization. Upon conditioning to olfactory cues, the rate of sniffing for CS+ increased sharply above the basal rate during the first 10 trials and… CONTINUE READING

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