The discriminative stimulus effects of cocaine in a pavlovian sexual approach paradigm in male Japanese quail.

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Two groups of male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) were trained [corrected] to discriminate cocaine from saline in a conditioned approach procedure maintained by sexual reinforcement. For 1 group, cocaine (10 mg/kg ip) was administered prior to a conditioned stimulus (CS) that predicted copulation; saline followed by a CS predicted no copulation. A… (More)

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@article{Troisi2004TheDS, title={The discriminative stimulus effects of cocaine in a pavlovian sexual approach paradigm in male Japanese quail.}, author={Joseph R. Troisi and Chana K. Akins}, journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology}, year={2004}, volume={12 4}, pages={237-42} }