File
language
eng
Author
Sugioka, Kozo
Imada, Hiroshi
Description
Effects of coping response with electric shocks upon stress under the conditions in which the amount of relevant feedback was minimized were examined under both signaled and unsignaled shock conditions in a discretetrial lever-press escape situation using 28 rats. One group of rats could escape shock by pressing the lever, the other was yoked with the above group with respect to shock experience. For half of the rats in each group shock was signaled, but for the other half it was unsignaled. The above shock treatments were superimposed upon drinking behavior. There was significantly less suppression of overall drinking in both Escapable groups than in the Yoked control groups, indicating the stress-reducing effects of coping response with respect to the basal emotional level(BEL), but no difference was found in the conditioned emotional response (CER), in both signaled and unsignaled shock conditions.
Subject
coping response
relevant feedback
basal emotional level
Journal Title
Shimane journal of medical science
Volume
2
Issue
1
Start Page
48
End Page
55
ISSN
03865959
ISSN(Online)
24332410
Published Date
1978-09-01
NCID
AA00841586
Publisher Aalternative
Shimane Medical University
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Format
PDF
Text Version
出版社版
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Medicine