Author(s): Palmerino CC, Rusiniak KW, Garcia J
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Abstract When either taste or odor alone was followed by poison, rats acquired a strong aversion for the taste but not for odor, especially if poison was delayed. When odor-taste combinations were poisoned, however, odor aversions were potentiated, as if odor could gain the enduring memorial property of taste by associative contiguity.
This article was published in Science
and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy