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Spontaneous alternation following long intertrial intervals

O'Connell, R.H.

Psychological Reports 17(1): 131-134

1965


ISSN/ISBN: 0033-2941
PMID: 5826459
DOI: 10.2466/pr0.1965.17.1.131
Accession: 025512393

Thirty-two satiated rats were given spontaneous alternation tests with 0-, 6-, and 18-hr. intertrial intervals. Significant alternation, displayed for all intervals, is interpreted as support for a modification of Walker's theory relating alternation and the consolidation process.

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