[Neuroscience] Re: Wherefore art thou Neuron Code?
Glen M. Sizemore
(by gmsizemore2 from yahoo.com)
Sun Apr 8 06:15:04 EST 2007
"Benjamin" <Benjamin from verizon.net> wrote in message
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> Please put your two msgs together.
> I don't want to 'guess' with respect
> to =your= experimental design.
> [Because I've already found two
> flaws in the design, and will
> probably find more. So be sure
> it's what you actually want it to
> be before you ask me to 'solve' it.]
> k. p. collins
Ok, Ken. I'll make a one more change. When red and green are both
illuminated, a peck to one of them causes the other to extinguish and the
one pecked begins flashing. It probably isn't necessary - I myself don't do
this kind of experiment - but I'll go with that. The whole procedure, then,
Both keys white
Peck left: Peck right :
Right key out Left key out
Left key stays on Right key stays on
T seconds T seconds
G flashes G out red flashes R out
4.0 s 1.0 s
12.0 s access to food 3.0 s access to food 12.0 s
access to food
8.0 s inter-trial interval 20.0 s inter-trial interval 8.0
s inter-trial interval
BACK TO START----------------------------------BACK TO START
In addition, periodically, there are forced trials where the animal has to
sample the contingencies programmed for one choice.
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