Learned Suppression of Intake Based on Anticipated Calories: Cross-Nutrient Comparisons

@article{Warwick1997LearnedSO,
  title={Learned Suppression of Intake Based on Anticipated Calories: Cross-Nutrient Comparisons},
  author={Zoe S. Warwick and Kathleen J Bowen and Stephen J. Synowski},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={1997},
  volume={62},
  pages={1319-1324}
}
Following training with distinctively flavored solutions which differ in calories and thus in their postingestive effects, rats demonstrate flavor-postingestive consequence learning by preferentially consuming one of the flavors in two-bottle tests (both flavors presented in nutrient-identical solutions). The direction of the preference--for the flavor previously paired with more calories (F-hi) or for the flavor previously paired with fewer calories (F-lo)--depends critically upon the… CONTINUE READING
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