The effects of variations in the interpellet interval on wheel running in the rat View Full Text


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1985-06

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Anthony L. Riley, Cora Lee Wetherington, Andrew R. Delamater, David B. Peele, Robert J. Dacanay

ABSTRACT

Three rats were given access to a running wheel during spaced food deliveries. As the interpellet interval increased, the overall amount of running increased, the rate of running neither systematically increased nor decreased, and the locus of maximal running occurred later in the interpellet interval. Both the overall amount and the temporal distribution of running exhibited considerable within-schedule changes during successive exposures to the different schedules. These data are discussed in terms of Staddon’s (1977) assignment of behavior into different functional classes, that is, schedule-induced and facultative. More... »

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