Single, but not multiple pairings of sucrose and corticosterone enhance memory for sucrose drinking and amplify remote reward relativity effects.

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This study tested whether pre-training pairings of ingestion of a 32% sucrose solution and injection(s) of corticosterone (B) would enhance later ingestion in the absence of B, and whether these effects would carry over into later contrast-like effects when animals were subsequently shifted to 4% sucrose. Frequency-dependence of these pairings was also… (More)

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@article{Pecoraro2005SingleBN, title={Single, but not multiple pairings of sucrose and corticosterone enhance memory for sucrose drinking and amplify remote reward relativity effects.}, author={Norman C Pecoraro and Francisca Gomez and S E la Fleur and Monica Roy and Mary F. Dallman}, journal={Neurobiology of learning and memory}, year={2005}, volume={83 3}, pages={188-95} }