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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 2009 Nov-Dec;59(6):721-7.

[Interaction of immobilization stress and food-getting learning].

[Article in Russian]

Abstract

The behavioral effects of emotional negative stress (immobilization) were studied in Wistar rats intact and those that had previous positive emotion experience. The food-getting learning has been chosen as positive emotion experience. Animals were trained in food pellet-reaching task by their preferred paw. It was shown that immobilization of intact rats leads to suppression of motor activity and increasing the duration of grooming. These effects indicate enhancement of passive-avoidance reactions. It was also shown that motor learning in group of rats with food reinforcement before immobilisation significantly reduces appearance of passive-avoidance reactions. It was found that immobilization stress does not inverse the initial direction of limb preference in majority of rats.

PMID:
20120732
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