Effects of shock controllability on rat brain noradrenaline turnover under FR-1 and FR-3 Sidman avoidance schedules.

Abstract

We examined changes in brain noradrenaline (NA) turnover as a function of shock controllability and the task complexity (fixed ratio, FR-1 and FR-3) under a 21-hr continuous discriminated Sidman avoidance schedule with shock intensity of 0.7-1.0 mA, shock duration of 1.0 sec, shock-shock interval of 1.5 sec, response-shock interval of 100 sec and signal… (More)

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