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“…This adjustment is extremely important in that it prevents response biases from artificially inflating hit rates. Another psychophysical measure, the sensitivity index (SI; Frey & Colliver, 1973), is a nonparametric analog of d ′, which is a measure derived from signal detection theory (Gescheider, 1997; Green & Swets, 1966) and has been used to assess performance in taste detection tasks in rats (e.g., Brosvic & Hecht, 1989). Because these measures are based on different theoretical models, we wanted to confirm that any effects that our manipulations had on NaCl sensitivity were not idiosyncratic to the method used to measure performance.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This adjustment is extremely important in that it prevents response biases from artificially inflating hit rates. Another psychophysical measure, the sensitivity index (SI; Frey & Colliver, 1973), is a nonparametric analog of d ′, which is a measure derived from signal detection theory (Gescheider, 1997; Green & Swets, 1966) and has been used to assess performance in taste detection tasks in rats (e.g., Brosvic & Hecht, 1989). Because these measures are based on different theoretical models, we wanted to confirm that any effects that our manipulations had on NaCl sensitivity were not idiosyncratic to the method used to measure performance.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Reagent-grade aqueous solutions of quinine sulfate and HCl at molar concentrations from 5 × 10 −7 to 5 × 10 −4 were also used. The molar concentrations of the tastants permitted comparison with results of the detection performance of normal and control animals tested previously (see Brosvic & Hecht, 1989; Brosvic et al, 1991; Brosvic & Hoey, 1990a, 1990b). Triple-deionized water served as the solvent for all solutions, the S−stimulus, and reinforcement.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pyridoxine deficiency causes arteriosclerosis, fatty liver, and convulsions in monkeys 8 ; weakness, growth retardation, and convulsions in chickens 9 ; and neutropenia, 10 xanthuria, convulsions, 11,12 and seborrheic dermatitis 13,14 in humans, but has not been observed to have any effect on reproduction 15 or taste sensitivity 16 in the rat. The only neurological observations have been abnormal gait in pigs 17 and "sensory neuritis" in 3 of 50 people 14 in a short-term study of B 6 dietary deficiency.…”
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confidence: 97%