Odor preferences shape discrimination learning in rats.

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Forced-choice discrimination is a standard behavioral paradigm used to test animals' abilities in learning and memory. In this type of task, a reward association is made between a sensory stimulus and a food or water reward and the frequency of correct choice for the stimulus associated with the reward is measured. We show here that when olfactory sensory… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0033329

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