In the present study on running-based taste aversion
, we likewise expected a successful demonstration of context discrimination, not only because many features of Pavlovian conditioning are shared by running- and poison-based taste aversions
(see above), but also because some studies suggest a similarity between running and LiCl in the physiological processes causing taste aversion
(Dwyer, Boakes, & Hayward, 2008; Nakajima, Urata, & Ogawa, 2006).
A newly published study, performed by a research group at Baldwin Wallace University, independently demonstrated the proprietary ingredient Magtein from AIDP--designed to improve memory, recognition and learning--enhanced the memory lead to the consolidation and retention of conditioned taste aversion
Nausea, as well as taste aversion
or preferences, may originate from signals processed in the parabrachial nucleus.
The most common adverse reactions associated with BUPHENYL were amenorrhea dysfunction, decreased appetite, body odor (probably caused by its metabolite phenylacetate) and bad taste or taste aversion
2001; Miranda and McGaugh, 2004), and the consolidation of conditioned taste aversion
(Miranda and McGaugh, 2004).
by selective satiety, in which the animal is sated on the particular reward offered but not other rewards) or taste aversion
induction (in which a particular food is paired with an injection of lithium chloride that results in gastric discomfort) can reduce performance (Colwill and Rescorla 1985; Yin and Knowlton 2002).
Researchers in psychological and neurological sciences report on the mechanisms of conditioned taste aversion
and its application in research into learning and other fields.
A conditioned taste aversion
paradigm was employed to test the detection threshold of linoleic acid.
An experimental evaluation of using taste aversion
to control sheep loss due to coyote predation.
THYROTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE DOES NOT CONDITION TASTE AVERSION
The avoidance of toxic prey, known as conditioned taste aversion
(GTA), began after the blackbirds were exposed to the contaminated worms for one day.
He refers to the behavior as conditioned taste aversion
, but many animal investigators call it simply the Garcia effect.