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Methylscopolamine-meprobamate interaction on fixed interval performance in pigeons

Ingmar Dureman

Methylscopolamine-meprobamate interaction on fixed interval performance in pigeons

by Ingmar Dureman

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Published by Dept. of Psychology, University of Uppsala in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pigeons -- Behavior.,
  • Equanil.,
  • Tranquilizing drugs -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: leaf 4 (2d group)

    Statementby Ingmar Dureman and Bengt G. Henriksson.
    SeriesUniversity of Uppsala. Dept. of Psychology. Report 46
    ContributionsHenriksson, Bengt G., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF21.A1 U6 no. 46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 4, [5] l.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5159838M
    LC Control Number74480967

      Pigeons Clark and Ken, who began the experiment on fixed interval schedules, also showed higher rates of eating on FR 30 than they did on FR Table 2 shows that, over all subjects in this experiment, as the value of the ratio schedule increased from FR 5 to FR 20 the mean number of food pellets eaten per hopper presentation increased. Kaiser DH () The proportion of fixed interval trials to probe trials affects acquisition of the peak procedure fixed interval timing task. Behav Process – CrossRef Google Scholar Kaiser DH, Zentall T, Neiman E () Timing in pigeons: effects of the similarity between intertrial interval and gap in a timing signal.

    Ie- Pigeons that have been trained to peck at a circle may also peck at an oval because the two shapes are similar. Reinforcement that depends on the number of responses- Ie you can have a lollipop after you read 10 pages of your book. It can be fixed or variable. Fixed Interval.   Using pigeons as subjects, they varied the value of the fixed-interval from 1 to 15 seconds and obtained a linear relation between the postreinforcement pause and fixed interval (equivalent to work period) like that of Equation 2 (see also Shull, ).

      Mazur, J. E. () Optimization theory fails to predict performance of pigeons in a two-response situation. Science – Mazur, J. E. () Tests of an equivalence rule for fixed and variable reinforcer delays. Chlorpheniramine and methscopolamine are antihistamines that reduce the effects of natural chemical histamine in the body. Histamine can produce symptoms of sneezing, itching, watery eyes, and runny nose. Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant that shrinks blood vessels in the nasal passages. Dilated blood vessels can cause nasal congestion (stuffy nose).


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Methylscopolamine-meprobamate interaction on fixed interval performance in pigeons by Ingmar Dureman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title(s): Methylscopolamine-meprobamate interaction on fixed interval performance in pigeons/ Ingmar Dureman, Bengt G. Henriksson. Country of Publication: Sweden Publisher: Uppsala: Dept. of Psychology, Univ.

of Uppsala, NLM ID: [Book]. Postreinforcement pauses from successive intervals under various fixed-interval schedules (ranging from 15 seconds to seconds in length) were subjected to lag-1 autocorrelation analysis.

Results from both rats and pigeons suggested that there was a consistent tendency for pause values in successive intervals to be weakly positively by: 3. The pigeons were then exposed, for at least 40 sessions, to either a fixed-ratio 50 schedule or a differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate s schedule, or were given continued exposure to the variable-interval schedule.

The methadone dose-response curve was redetermined after all pigeons again were responding under the variable-interval by:   Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, Vol. 16, pp. Printed in the U.S.A. Interaction of Methadone and Pentobarbital on Chained Fixed-Interval Performance in Pigeons MARILYN A.

JENSEN2 AND TRAVIS I. THOMPSON3 Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Received 24 November JENSEN, M.

AND T. Cited by: 5. Key pecking of pigeons was maintained by a fixed-interval (FI) s schedule. The effects of resetting and nonresetting unsignaled delays of reinforcement then were examined. The resetting delay was programmed as a differential-reinforcement-of-other-behavior schedule, and the nonresetting delay as a fixed-time by: 8.

1. Introduction. This study examines the behaviour of pigeons working on a fixed interval (FI) schedule of reinforcement. This is not because there is any great shortage of research on response patterns on such schedules of reinforcement (e.g. Ferster and Skinner,Schneider,Staddon,Dews,Innis and Honig, ); rather, fixed intervals are a particularly useful way of.

We investigated the interaction of motivation and timing by manipulating the expected reward magnitude during a peak procedure.

Four pigeons were tested with three different reward magnitudes, operationalized as duration of food access. Each stimulus predicted a different reward magnitude on a 5 s fixed-interval schedule. Methscopolamine drug interactions (in more detail) Further information. Remember, keep this and all other medicines out of the reach of children, never share your medicines with others, and use this medication only for the indication prescribed.

Fergus Lowe has conducted numerous studies of fixed-interval performance with humans. In these experiments, participants press a button to obtain points that are later exchanged for money. Although animals develop characterisitc pattern of fixed-interval, adult humans do not.

Instead, people _____. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Fixed Interval Schedule A book by Lauren Slater, rats and pigeons) and their orderly interactions with the environment.

The box had a lever and a food tray, and a hungry rat could get food delivered to the tray pressing the lever. Skinner observed that when a rat was put in the box, it would wander around, sniffing and exploring. Nicotine Diazepam Schedule-controlled behavior Fixed-interval schedule Drug interactions SMOKERS typically inhale about mg of nicotine from each cigarette (1,3).

Furthermore, because of the relatively long half-life of nicotine [approximately 2 hours (2,3)], there may be an accumulation of nicotine through the day even in moderate smokers. SIDMAN M. Drug-behavior interaction. Ann N Y Acad Sci. Nov 2; 65 (4)– STADDON JE.

SOME PROPERTIES OF SPACED RESPONDING IN PIGEONS. J Exp Anal Behav. Jan; – [PMC free article] Stitzer M, McKearney JW. Drug effects on fixed-interval responding with pause requirements for food presentation.

J Exp Anal Behav. Abstract. Key pecking by three pigeons was maintained under a multiple fixed-interval fixed-ratio schedule of food presentation. The fixed-interval value remained at 3 minutes, while the fixed-ratio size was increased systematically in response increments from 30 to either (two pigeons) or (one pigeon).

Lowe, C. F., Beasty, A. & Bentall, R. () The role of verbal behavior in human learning: Infant performance on fixed-interval schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of. fixed-interval.

A simple form of learning in which an organism learns to engage in certain behaviors because of the effects of that behavior is known as Tim repeatedly placed his pigeon in a cage, with birdseed just outside the cage door.

The book gives an example of a pigeon getting rewarded for pecking a button only in the presence of. Rats were trained to respond with intravenous cocaine as the reinforcer under a fixed interval min schedule, during which conditioned stimuli paired with cocaine were presented contingent on.

The PRP of a fixed interval schedule is frequently followed by a "scallop-shaped" accelerating rate of response, while fixed ratio schedules produce a more "angular" response. fixed interval scallop: the pattern of responding that develops with fixed interval reinforcement schedule, performance on a fixed interval reflects subject's accuracy in.

For example, during fixed-interval performance, pigeons exhibited higher key-pecking rates after reward omission than after reward presentations. However, increasing the intertrial interval from 2 to 12 s eliminated the effect by increasing performance after both outcomes relative to a group receiving continuous reinforcement (Papini and.

Pigeons received food for key pecking according to a fixed-ratio schedule, while, at the same time, food also was available for not pecking for a specified time. 1) Because I am a novice when it comes to reporting the results of a linear mixed models analysis, how do I report the fixed effect, including including the estimate, confidence interval, and p.Books at Amazon.

The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.The fixed interval schedule yields a scallop-shaped response pattern, reflecting a significant pause after reinforcement (e.g., surgery patient).

Connect the Concepts: Gambling and the Brain Skinner () stated, “If the gambling establishment cannot persuade a patron to turn over money with no return, it may achieve the same effect by.