Female rats that rapidly acquire a d-amphetamine discrimination generalize more to d-amphetamine.


Female Long-Evans rats were trained to discriminate d-amphetamine (0.8 mg/kg) vs. saline in a food-reinforced two-lever operant task. Fifteen rats (fast group) acquired the discrimination rapidly, achieving criterion (eight correct choices within ten sessions) during the first 10 sessions (mean sessions to criterion = 10.0). The remaining eight rats (slow… (More)


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