Interstimulus interval determines whether ethanol produces conditioned place preference or aversion in mice

@inproceedings{Cunningham2010InterstimulusID,
  title={Interstimulus interval determines whether ethanol produces conditioned place preference or aversion in mice},
  author={Christopher L. Cunningham and DOBRINA and OKORN},
  year={2010}
}
DBA/2J mice were exposed to a distinctive floor stimulus (CS+) and ethanol (2 glkg) in a place conditioning paradigm. Adifferent floor stimulus (CS) was presented with saline. Mice injected just before or 30 min before CS exposure (Groups 0, -30) showed conditioned place preference, whereas mice injected right after exposure to the CS (Group 5) displayed place aversion (Experiment 1). None of the other groups (-120, -60, 15,60) showed place conditioning. Handlingand saline injection given just… CONTINUE READING

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