Learning and nonlearned neophobia enhancement both contribute to the formation of illness-induced taste aversions by deer mice ()
Animal Learning & Behavior, Volume 8, Issue 4, 1980, Pages 534-542.
Taste AversionConditioned Taste AversionDeer MouseBehavioral BiologyAversion Learning
An investigation was made of the occurrence of learned and nonlearned aversions in the acquisition of illness-induced taste aversions in mice of the genus. It was determined: (1) that illness following the ingestion of a novel flavor both produced aversions specific to that flavor and also enhanced neophobia directed toward novel flavors ...More
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