Punishment of schedule-induced drinking in rats by signaled and unsignaled delays in food presentation.

@article{Pelln1987PunishmentOS,
  title={Punishment of schedule-induced drinking in rats by signaled and unsignaled delays in food presentation.},
  author={Ricardo Pell{\'o}n and Derek E. Blackman},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1987},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={
          417-34
        }
}
Food-deprived rats were exposed to a fixed-time 60-s schedule of food-pellet presentation and developed schedule-induced drinking. Using an ABA reversal design, three experiments investigated the effects of events then made dependent on licks. In Experiment 1, lick-dependent signaled delays (10 s) in food presentation in general led to decreased drinking, which recovered when the signaled delays were discontinued. The drinking of yoked-control rats, which received food at the same times as… CONTINUE READING

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