Conditioned Place Preference - Conditioning Procedure - Apparatus


The conditioned place preference protocol makes use of an apparatus that contains two or more compartments or areas. These two compartments are designed so that the animal can discriminate between them. Differently patterned walls or floors or different types of floor texture may be used to ensure the animal can discriminate between the compartments.

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... by Providence Fire Companies is the nicknaming of the apparatus or station to represent company pride ... because most of the old engine companies maintained their identity, their station and their apparatus ... Finally, the introduction of motor driven apparatus in 1911 has led to today's modern firefighting apparatus ...

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