Effects of intra-amygdala R(+) 7-OH-DPAT on intra-accumbens d-amphetamine-associated learning II. Instrumental conditioning

@article{Hitchcott1998EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of intra-amygdala R(+) 7-OH-DPAT on intra-accumbens d-amphetamine-associated learning II. Instrumental conditioning},
  author={Paul K. Hitchcott and Gavin D. Phillips},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1998},
  volume={140},
  pages={310-318}
}
Rats were trained to associate an initially neutral conditioned stimulus (CS) with a response-independent, intra-accumbens infusion of d-amphetamine (the unconditioned stimulus; US). Elsewhere, we have reported that as a result of this training, presentations of the CS alone elicited a conditioned response consisting of increased locomotor activity and that acquisition of this conditioned response was enhanced by post-session, intra-amygdala infusion of the dopamine D3 receptor preferring… CONTINUE READING

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