Successive negative contrast in the consummatory responding of didelphid marsupials

@inproceedings{Papini1988SuccessiveNC,
  title={Successive negative contrast in the consummatory responding of didelphid marsupials},
  author={Mauricio R. Papini and Alba Elisabeth Mustaca and Michal Bitterman},
  year={1988}
}
In a consummatory experiment patterned after previous work with rats and goldfish, successive negative incentive contrast was sought in didelphid marsupials of two species (Lutreolina crassicaudata and Didelphis albiventris). Half of the subjects of each species were trained from the outset with a 32% sucrose solution and shifted occasionally to a 4% sucrose solution; the rest, which served as controls, were trained only with the 4% solution. The positive results obtained (less response to the… CONTINUE READING
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