PMID: 38472May 8, 1979

Etonitazene as a reinforcer for rats: increased etonitazene-reinforced behavior due to food deprivation

R A Meisch, D J Kliner


Etonitazene-reinforced performance of rats was increased by food deprivation and decreased by food satiation. These changes were not due to general increases in either activity or liquid intake.


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