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ERIC Number: EJ163450
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Taste Aversions Conditioned by the Aversiveness of Insulin and Formalin: Role of CS Specificity
Domjan, Michael; Levy, Carolyn J.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 3, 2, 119-31, Apr 77
Experimenters in the past have reported that when insulin is used as the unconditioned stimulus (US), rats will learn an aversion to a sodium chloride but not a sucrose solution, whereas with formalin as the US, they will learn an aversion to a sucrose but not a saline solution. The present experiments failed to confirm these findings. (Editor)
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