PMID: 4668Mar 1, 1976

Alcohol-induced conditioned taste aversion in rats. Effect of concentration and prior exposure to alcohol

Journal of Studies on Alcohol
M J Eckardt

Abstract

The effects of prior opportunities to drink alcohol solutions on the subsequent production of conditioned taste aversion by the oral ingestion of alcohol were evaluated. The consumption of 5 and 7% alcohol solutions produced conditioned aversion; the consumption of 3% alcohol solution did not result in aversion. Prior exposure to alcohol did not alter the extent of the aversion.

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Mar 14, 2009·Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior·Carlos AriasNorman E Spear
Oct 15, 2013·Developmental Psychobiology·Andrew P MerluzziAnthony L Riley
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