Effects of a pre-shock stimulus on temporal control of behavior.

  • Doug Blackman
  • Published 1970 in Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior

Abstract

Rats were exposed to a situation in which a response on lever B was followed by reinforcement if a preceding response on lever A had been made at least 5, 10, or 15 sec before. The effects of signalled unavoidable shock were studied on the behavior maintained by this procedure. All rats made fewer A-to-B sequences during the periods of pre-shock stimulus… (More)

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@article{Blackman1970EffectsOA, title={Effects of a pre-shock stimulus on temporal control of behavior.}, author={Doug Blackman}, journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior}, year={1970}, volume={14 3}, pages={313-9} }