Schedule-induced polydipsia as a function of fixed interval length

Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
J L Falk

Abstract

Rats were trained to bar-press for Noyes pellets on an FI schedule which was increased serially through several values from 2 sec to as high as 300 sec. Concurrently, water was freely available. As FI length was increased, the degree of polydipsia increased linearly to a maximum value.

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