Synthesis of double alley and discrimination phenomena: Cue and magnitude specific properties of G1 reward
Two groups of rats received differential-reward conditioning in the second alley (A2) of the double-alley apparatus with the first goalbox (G1) reward serving as the discriminative stimulus for A2 reward. A third group received varied G1 reward uncorrelated with A2 reward. Results showed that Ss responded to both the discriminative and magnitude properties of G1 reward. © 1969, Psychonomic Journals, Inc.. All rights reserved.
Calef, Richard S., Philip A. Meyer, Frederick R. Maxwell, Earl R. McHewitt, and James H. McHose. "Synthesis of double alley and discrimination phenomena: Cue and magnitude specific properties of G1 reward." Psychonomic Science 17, no. 1 (1969): 39-41.