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Title Learning mechanisms in food selection / edited by Lewis M. Barker, Michael R. Best, and Michael Domjan.
Imprint [Waco, Tex.] : Baylor University Press, [1977]
©1977

Subject Learning, Psychology of -- Congresses.
Conditioned response -- Congresses.
Animals -- Food -- Congresses.
Food preferences -- Congresses.
Avoidance (Psychology) -- Congresses.
Aversive stimuli -- Congresses.
Alt Name Barker, Lewis M., 1942-
Best, Michael R., 1947-
Domjan, Michael, 1947-
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 632 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations
Note Based on a symposium held at Baylor University, March 3-5, 1976.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents On the origin of food aversion paradigms / John Garcia and Walter G. Hankins -- Comparative and field aspects of learned food aversions / Carl R. Gustavson -- The concept of nutritional wisdom : applicability of laboratory learning models to large herbivores / Donna M. Zahorik and Katherine Albro Houpt -- The ontogeny of food preferences in chicks and other animals / Jerry A. Hogan -- Establishment of food preferences by exposure to ingestive stimuli early in life / Patrick J. Capretta -- Mechanisms for the social transmission of acquired food preferences from adult to weanling rats / Bennett G. Galef, Jr. -- Attenuation and enhancement of neophobia for edible substances / Michael Domjan -- Associative and non-associative factors in learned food preferences / Donna M. Zahorik -- Learning to initiate and terminate meals : theoretical, clinical, and developmental aspects / Raymond C. Hawkins II -- Specificity of conditioning mechanisms in the modification of food preferences / Thomas J. Testa and Joseph W. Ternes -- An opponent-process theory of motivation v. affective dynamics of eating / Richard L. Solomon -- Status of "learned-safety" or "learned noncorrelation" as a mechanism in taste aversion learning / James W. Kalat -- The nature of "learned safety" and its role in the delay of reinforcement gradient / Michael R. Best and Lewis M. Barker -- The concurrent interference approach to delay learning / Sam Revusky -- The contribution of environmental non-ingestive cues in conditioning with aversive internal consequences / Phillip J. Best, Michael R. Best and Scott Henggeler -- Studies of learned aversions using non-gustatory stimuli / Marvin Nachman, Joan Rauschenberger and John H. Ashe.
Long-delay learning of ingestive aversions in quail / Hardy C. Wilcoxon -- Visually guided avoidance of poisonous foods in mammals / Norman S. Braveman -- The multifaceted nature of taste-aversion-inducing agents : is there a single common factor? / Elkan Gamzu -- What studies on pre-exposure to pharmacological agents tell us about the nature of the aversion-inducing treatment / Norman S. Braveman -- "Sickness" and the backward conditioning of taste aversions / Lewis M. Barker, James C. Smith and E. Martin Suarez -- The significance of learning mechanisms in food selection : some biology, psychology, and sociology of science / Paul Rozin.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 058513488X (electronic bk.)
9780585134888 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 44954213
Additional Format Print version: Learning mechanisms in food selection. [Waco, Tex.] : Baylor University Press, ©1977 0918954193 (DLC) 77076779 (OCoLC)3324404



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