Stimulus intensity modulates associative and nonassociative responding in preweanling rats.

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The purpose of the present study was to determine whether preweanling rats respond differentially to the intensity and energy source of a stimulus. Previous studies have suggested that infants process compound stimuli based on net stimulus intensity regardless of the energy source of the compound's elements, but more direct tests have been needed of the… (More)

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@article{Kraebel1998StimulusIM, title={Stimulus intensity modulates associative and nonassociative responding in preweanling rats.}, author={Kimberly S Kraebel and L M Vizvary and Norman E. Spear}, journal={Developmental psychobiology}, year={1998}, volume={32 3}, pages={199-214} }