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Ethanol as a reinforcer for rats: factors of facilitation and constraint.
Robert Bruce Stewart
Written in English
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Sprague-Dawley rats have been acquired from Harlan Laboratories, and C57BL6J mice were being obtained from Charles River Laboratories Animals of both sexes were used by way of the review in identical figures.
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A heat beam focused on the fly’s thorax is used as an aversive reinforcer. The reinforcer is switched on whenever the fly flies toward a prohibitive direction. Therefore, the fly controls reinforcer delivery by means of its flight direction. (Right) Detail of a tethered fly in suspended flight within the simulator.
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Rats were trained to self-administer sweetened vegetable shortening (SVS) under fixed (FR) and progressive ratio (PR) schedules of reinforcement.