Date

1971

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Psychology

First Adviser

Newman, William

Abstract

Sixty food-deprived rats were placed in a tone no-tone discrimination. After seven days of discrimination training the two acquisition goups were again divided into the same drug and non-drug groups. Interpretations of the generalization gradients were confounded by the finding that atropine interfered with the acquisition of discrimination. However, it was concluded that atropine did not interfere with learning variables but affected only performance variables.

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