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Chlordiazepoxide-induced reversal of an amphetamine-established aversion : Dipsogenic effects

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posted on 2023-08-05, 12:04 authored by Anthony RileyAnthony Riley, Richard H. Lovely

Chlordiazepoxide attenuated conditioned taste aversions if given prior to a one-bottle aversion test but had no effect if given prior to a two-bottle choice between water and the previously poisoned solution, suggesting that the attenuation resulted from chlordiazepoxide's dipsogenic effect, independent of its reported disinhibitory effects on suppressed behavior. These results were discussed in relation to general assessments of chlordiazepoxide's anti- punishment effects on fluid-motivated baselines.

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Physiological Psychology

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Published in: Physiological Psychology, 1978, Vol. 6 (4), 488492.

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http://hdl.handle.net/1961/auislandora:84522

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