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Ontogenesis of learning: I. Variation in the rat's reflexive and learned responses to gustatory stimulation.
Dev Psychobiol. 1984 Jan; 17(1):11-33.DP

Abstract

These experiments indicate that by Day 15 after birth, the processes that mediate a number of taste-controlled behaviors in the rat are functional. These include the sensory processes necessary to detect and respond reflexively to sucrose, the event-learning processes that reduce the rat's neophobic reaction to sucrose, and the integrative-learning processes that enable it to learn an aversion to sucrose when paired with lithium toxicosis, even when these events are separated by 1 hr. These capacities, however, did not emerge simultaneously. Those necessary to detect and respond reflexively to sucrose emerged prior to those that contribute to the learned control of taste-guided behaviors. It is argued that these age-related dissociations in behavioral capacities reflect a caudal-to-rostral maturational sequence of components of the ascending gustatory system that are thought to underlie these capacities.

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Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.

Language

eng

PubMed ID

6698310

Citation

Vogt, M B., and J W. Rudy. "Ontogenesis of Learning: I. Variation in the Rat's Reflexive and Learned Responses to Gustatory Stimulation." Developmental Psychobiology, vol. 17, no. 1, 1984, pp. 11-33.
Vogt MB, Rudy JW. Ontogenesis of learning: I. Variation in the rat's reflexive and learned responses to gustatory stimulation. Dev Psychobiol. 1984;17(1):11-33.
Vogt, M. B., & Rudy, J. W. (1984). Ontogenesis of learning: I. Variation in the rat's reflexive and learned responses to gustatory stimulation. Developmental Psychobiology, 17(1), 11-33.
Vogt MB, Rudy JW. Ontogenesis of Learning: I. Variation in the Rat's Reflexive and Learned Responses to Gustatory Stimulation. Dev Psychobiol. 1984;17(1):11-33. PubMed PMID: 6698310.
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