Dorsal hippocampal lesions impair blocking but not latent inhibition of taste aversion learning in rats.

@article{Gallo1995DorsalHL,
  title={Dorsal hippocampal lesions impair blocking but not latent inhibition of taste aversion learning in rats.},
  author={Milagros Gallo and Antonio C{\'a}ndido},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1995},
  volume={109 3},
  pages={413-25}
}
The aim of the present experiments was to study the effect of nonselective electrolytic lesions of the rat dorsal hippocampus on 2 learning phenomena: the L.J. Kamin (1969) blocking effect and latent inhibition of taste aversion learning. Bilateral dorsal hippocampal lesions selectively impaired blocking induced by 1 saccharin-lithium chloride pairing previous to 1 serial compound (saccharin-cider vinegar)-lithium pairing, but lesions had no effect on latent inhibition of a saline aversion… CONTINUE READING
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