Counting in Rats : Its Functional Significance and the Independent Cognitive Processes That Constitute It

@inproceedings{Capaldi2009CountingIR,
  title={Counting in Rats : Its Functional Significance and the Independent Cognitive Processes That Constitute It},
  author={E. J. Capaldi and Daniel J. Miller},
  year={2009}
}
number tags, discriminative responding would be maintained in shift. After the initial shift, Group BA was shifted to the series RRN and NRRN, in which pellets were used as the reinforcer. Finally, confinement time on R trials was decreased from 15 s to 7 s. 
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