Parametric features of inhibition of feeding in Aplysia by associative learning, satiation, and sustained lip stimulation.

@article{Schwarz1988ParametricFO,
  title={Parametric features of inhibition of feeding in Aplysia by associative learning, satiation, and sustained lip stimulation.},
  author={Meyer Schwarz and Sarit Markovich and Abraham J Susswein},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1988},
  volume={102 1},
  pages={124-33}
}
In order to determine whether different classes of behavioral plasticity affect common or unique neural loci, the effects of three types of processes that inhibit feeding in Aplysia were quantified. Changes in feeding behavior due to an associative learning task in which animals learn that food is inedible were compared with behavioral effects caused by satiation and by sustained lip stimulation. The data indicate that each process modifying feeding can be characterized by differences in time… CONTINUE READING