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Drug state control of taste aversion.

James A. Hackman

Drug state control of taste aversion.

by James A. Hackman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drugs -- Physiological effect,
  • Taste

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination20 l.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13579415M
    OCLC/WorldCa29039526

    Behavior Analysis and Learning, Fourth Edition is an essential textbook covering the basic principles in the field of behavior analysis and learned behaviors, as pioneered by B. F. Skinner. The textbook provides an advanced introduction to operant conditioning from a very consistent Skinnerian perspective. It covers a range of principles from basic respondent conditioning through applied.   Accumbens cholinergic activity modulates the cessation of feeding. The cessation of food intake is often considered in terms of gut–brain communications [16,17].Indeed, vagal inputs to the brain and hormones that are released by gastric distention have powerful control over whether an animal will eat a meal or whether it will refrain from feeding [18,19].Cited by:

      The conditioned taste aversion (CTA) literature is extensive, yet little is known about the mechanisms by which treatments induce CTA. This paper describes and evaluates Garcia's hypothesis (e.g., Garcia et al. ) that treatments produce taste aversions by activating the receptors and neural pathways proposed by Borison and Wang () to underlie by: Taste aversion is a common problem with chemotherapy patients, who become nauseated because of the drug therapy but associate the nausea with consumption of food. Applications Edit Taste aversion has been demonstrated in a wide variety of both captive and free-ranging predators.

    Start studying Drugs and behavior - Chapter 5. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. state in which drug produces physical dependence and compulsive administration of a drug. Conditioned taste aversion. A conditioned taste aversion involves the avoidance of a certain food following a period of illness after consuming that food. These aversions are a great example of how classical conditioning can result in changes in behavior, even after only one incidence of feeling ill.


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Furthermore, if a taste and odor are experienced together as a compound CS and followed by an illness-inducing US, the resulting conditioned odor aversion can be much stronger than the aversion that develops to the odor in the absence of the taste (Palmerino, Rusiniak & Garcia, ; Rusiniak, Hankins, Garcia & Brett, ).

In a drug-discrimination procedure using conditioned taste aversions, a pentobarbital injection signaled a taste–toxin pairing while the vehicle injection signaled the same taste in the absence of the toxin. In transfer tests, drug states transferred control over consumption to other by: 9.

Taste aversion learning was examined in human adults. Adult patients receiving chemotherapeutic drugs were exposed to one of two distinctively flavored ice creams in a single conditioning session. Conditioned taste aversion is arguably the most important learning process that humans and animals possess because it prevents the repeated self-administration of toxic food.

It has not only profoundly influenced the content and direction of learning theory, but also has important human nutritional and clinical significance.

In addition to its direct relevance to food selection, dietary habits. This book seeks to provide such an insight.

Reviewing important aspects of past and current drug control policies in Britain and America, the international compliment of expert contributors seek to explore the rationality of the reasoning which produced the initial controls, the continuing relevance of those currently employed, and provide Cited by: Taste evaluation of a novel midazolam tablet for pediatric patients: In vitro drug dissolution, in vivo animal taste aversion and clinical taste perception profiles Article Nov   Although drug USs may not reach the level of aversion necessary to cause gaping, they do significantly suppress the occurrence of ingestive reactions to a taste CS (e.g., Parker,; Parker & Brosseau, ; Parker & Carvell, ).

But, for Parker and colleagues conditioned downshifts in ingestive taste reactivity responses Cited by: All animals were tested 3 days later in either the same or opposite drug state, and were returned to the conditioning day drug state for a second test.

The results showed that pentobarbital in testing disrupted evidence for taste aversion in a manner not simply accounted for by its dipsogenic by: 6. The relative potency of MDMA to amphetamine wassimilar to that previously reported for drug discrimination and self-stimulation.

MDMA d-Amphetamine Conditioned taste aversion Reinforcement SINCE the s, the conditioned taste aversion paradigm has been widely used in investigating the reinforcing effects of by: A control group given (+)-amphetamine illustrated a significant place preference and taste aversion as expected.

Thus caffeine appeared to produce adose-dependent bipha-sic effect; a lower dose was rewarding, whereas higher doses produced aversions to environmental stimuli associated with the : Neil T. Brockwell, Roelof Eikelboom, Richard J. Beninger.

the animal later refuses the sweet solution, we say that i has formed a conditioned aversion to the sweet taste of the solution. So, in this case, the rats in the experimental group had formed such a conditioned aversion.

The rats in the control group had not, because saccharin had not been paired with illness. (That control groupFile Size: 99KB. Taste aversion is when an individual avoids food that made him or her ill. And conditioned taste aversion refers to when the subject associates the taste of a certain food with sickness.

Conditioned taste aversions are an example of classical conditioning, which is when the subject involuntarily responds to a stimulus other than the original. Dacanay, R. & Riley, A. () The UCS preexposure erect in taste aversion learning: Tolerance and blocking are drug specific.

Animal Learning & Behaviorr 91 – [ALR]Cited by: Mice all received 10 minute access to a blueberry bar, a novel taste stimulus, followed by injection of LiCl or NaCl. Pairing solid novel food with LiCl, which produces nausea, produces a conditioned taste aversion (CTA).

Conditioned taste aversion (CTA) is the learned avoidance of the ingestion of a distinctively-tasting fluid which has previously been associated with a punishing, aversive drug experience.

Anxiolytic agents, known to reduce avoidance in shock-motivated procedures, were tested for their ability to antagonize CTA's in rats. Taste aversions to a saccharin solution (%, w/v) were conditioned. Treatment programs use taste aversion therapy as an option to quit a habit by producing a conditioned response (CR) or a negative stimuli toward whatever habits have been developed over time.

For example, taste aversion for alcoholism and drug addiction would produce conditioned response towards the taste, smell, or sight of the drug/alcohol. The retention and extinction of a conditioned taste aversion after either short (6-day) or long (day) intervals was investigated in preweanling (day-old) and adult rats.

Taste-only and illness-only control conditions were employed, as were variations in the concentration of the US (holding LiCl amount constant). Results indicated that after the short retention interval, retention of the Cited by:   Conditioned taste aversion: Gene expression.

The formation of long-term memories requires the expression of immediate early genes and the synthesis of their associated proteins (McGaugh, ).The gene c-fos has been shown to be expressed and the associated Fos protein synthesized in a variety of species as a basis for modifying the neural activity associated with learning Cited by: Taste aversion has the opposite effect of taste preference.

When the taste of saccharin is made aversive by paring it with lithium chloride-induced nausea, animals avoid drinking saccharin, the taste signal in the NTS changes to resemble that of quinine [ 40 ], and microdialysis reveals a shift from saccharin-induced DA release to a decrease below baseline [ 41 ].Cited by: Because the interference with taste-aversion learning is attributed to the presence of conditioned drug- administration cues, the hypothesis predicts that less interference with conditioning will.

Taste Aversion Learning A special kind of classical conditioning involving the learned association between a particular taste and nausea is known as taste aversion. Drug Habituation Classical conditioning helps to explain habituation, which refers to the decreased responsiveness to a stimulus after repeated presentations.

The conditioned response to a drug can be the body’s way of preparing.If these aversive effects serve a protective function, manipulations that alter or decrease these effects could have implications for drug taking.

Several factors have been reported to alter conditioned taste aversion (CTA) learning, a preparation used in the assessment of the aversive effects of drugs Cited by: Hippocampal Lesions Interfere with Long-Trace Taste Aversion Conditioning Article in Physiology & Behavior 98() May with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads'.