Fischer rats are more sensitive than Lewis rats to the suppressive effects of morphine and the aversive kappa-opioid agonist spiradoline.


Data have suggested that rats avoid intake of an otherwise palatable saccharin cue when paired with a drug of abuse, at least, in part, because the value of the taste cue pales in anticipation of the availability of the highly rewarding drug. Earlier support for this hypothesis was provided by the finding that, relative to the less sensitive Fischer rats… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0033943


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