Learning Mechanisms Food Selection

Learning Mechanisms Food Selection

By: Michael R. Best (editor), Lewis M. Barker (editor), Michael Domjan (editor)Hardback

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The articles in this volume are collected from a ground-breaking symposium held at Baylor University. They are organized under the topics of Comparative Perspectives, The Development of Food Preferences, Food Aversion Learning, Long-Delay Learning, Non-Gustatory Aspects of Food Aversion Learning, and Pharmacological Aspects of Food Aversion Learning.

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Lewis M Barker is a professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Baylor University.

Contents

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION I. ON THE ORIGIN OF FOOD AVERSION PARADIGM --John Garcia and Walter G. Hankins PART TWO: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES II. COMPARATIVE AND FIELD ASPECTS OF LEARNED FOOD AVERSIONS --Carl R. Gustavson III. THE CONCEPT OF NUTRITIONAL WISDOM: APPLICABILITY OF LABORATORY LEARNING MODELS TO LARGE HERBIVORES --Donna M. Zahorik and Katherine Albro Houpt PART THREE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD PREFERENCES IV. THE ONTOGENY OF FOOD PREFERENCES IN CHICKS AND OTHER ANIMALS --Jerry A. Hogan V. ESTABLISHMENT OF FOOD PREFERENCES BY EXPOSURE TO INGESTIVE STIMULI EARLY IN LIFE --Partick J. Capretta VI. MECHANISMS FOR THE SOCIAL TRANSMISSION OF ACQUIRED FOOD PREFERENCES FROM ADULT TO WEANLING RATS --Bennet G. Galef, Jr. VII. ATTENUATION AND ENHANCEMENT OF NEOPHOBIA FOR EDIBLE SUBSTANCES --Michael Domjan VIII. ASSOCIATIVE AND NON-ASSOCIATIVE FACTORS IN LEARNED FOOD PREFERENCES --Donna M. Zahorik IX. LEARNING TO INITIATE AND TERMINATE MEALS: THEORETICAL, CLINICAL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS --Raymond C. Hawkins, II X. SPECIFICITY OF CONDITIONING MECHANISMS IN THE MODIFICATION OF FOOD PREFERENCES --Thomas J. Testa and Joseph W. Ternes XI. AN OPPONENT-PROCESS THEORY OF MOTIVATION: V. AFFECTIVE DYNAMICS OF EATING --Richard L. Solomon PART FOUR-A: LONG-DELAY LEARNING XII. STATUS OF "LEARNED-SAFETY" OR "LEARNED NONCORRELATION" AS A MECHANISM IN TASTE AVERSION LEARNING --James W. Kalat XIII. THE NATURE OF "LEARNED SAFETY" AND ITS ROLE IN THE DELAY OF REINFORCEMENT GRADIENT --Michael R. Best and Lewis M. Barker XIV. THE CONCURRENT INTERFERENCE APPROACH TO DELAY LEARNING --Sam Revusky PART FOUR-B: NON-GUSTATORY ASPECTS OF FOOD AVERSION LEARNING XV. THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL NON-INGESTIVE CUES IN CONDITIONING WITH AVERSIVE INTERNAL CONSEQUENCES --Philip J. Best, Michael R. Best, and Scott Henggeler XVI. STUDIES OF LEARNED AVERSIONS USING NON-GUSTATORY STIMULI --Marvin Nachman, Joan Rauschenberger, and John H. Ashe XVII. LONG-DELAY LEARNING OF INGESTIVE AVERSIONS IN QUAIL --Hardy C. Wilcoxon XVIII. VISUALLY GUIDED AVOIDANCE OF POISONOUS FOODS IN MAMMALS --Norman S. Braveman PART FOUR-C: PHARMACOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FOOD AVERSION LEARNING XIX. THE MULTIFACETED NATURE OF TASTE-AVERSION-INDUCING AGENTS: IS THERE A SINGLE COMMON FACTOR? --Elkan Gamzu XX. WHAT STUDIES ON PRE-EXPOSURE TO PHARMACOLOGICAL AGENTS TELL US ABOUT THE NATURE OF THE AVERSION-INDUCING TREATMENT --Norman S. Braveman XXI. "SICKNESS" AND THE BACKWARD CONDITIONING OF TASTE AVERSIONS --Lewis M. Barker, James C. Smith, and E. Martin Suarez PART FIVE: CONCLUSION XXII. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LEARNING MECHANISMS IN FOOD SELECTION: SOME BIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, AND SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE --Paul Rozin XXIII. CONDITIONED TASTE AVERSIONS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY --Anthony L. Riley and Constance M. Clarke XXIV. NAME INDEX XXV. SUBJECT INDEX

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/04/1977
  • ISBN13: 9780918954190
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 632
  • ID: 9780918954190
  • weight: 1196
  • ISBN10: 0918954193

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