Sadahiko Nakajima

Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyōgo-ken, Japan 
associative learning, conditioning
"Sadahiko Nakajima"
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Masaya Sato grad student 1988-1993 Keio University
Hiroshi Imada post-doc 1993-1995 Kwansei Gakuin University
 (as a JSPS postdoc)
Robert A. Rescorla post-doc 1995-1997 Penn
 (as a JSPS oversea postdoc)
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Nakajima S. (2023) Pica caused by emetic drugs in laboratory rats with kaolin, gypsum, and lime as test substances. Physiology & Behavior. 261: 114076
Nakajima S. (2020) Effect of pretrial running on running-based taste aversion learning in rats. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Nakajima S. (2020) Taste Aversion Learning Based on Swimming and Lithium Chloride Injection in Rats: Implications From Cross‐familiarization Tests and Stimulus Selectivity Japanese Psychological Research
Nakajima S. (2019) Further demonstration of running-based food avoidance learning in laboratory mice (Mus musculus). Behavioural Processes. 103962
Hasegawa I, Nakajima S. (2019) Attempts to demonstrate associative blocking effect on running-based taste aversion learning in rats The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association. 83: 1D-053-1D-053
Nakajima S. (2018) Food avoidance learning based on voluntary wheel running in laboratory mice (Mus musculus). Behavioural Processes. 159: 31-36
Nakajima S. (2018) Food aversion learning based on voluntary running in non-deprived rats: a technique for establishing aversive conditioning with minimized discomfort. Experimental Animals
Nakajima S. (2018) Clay eating attenuates lithium-based taste aversion learning in rats: A remedial effect of kaolin on nausea. Physiology & Behavior. 188: 199-204
Nakajima S. (2018) Further Evidence for Swimming‐Based Pica in Rats Japanese Psychological Research. 62: 39-50
Nakajima S. (2018) Effect of water temperature on swimming-based taste aversion learning in rats Learning and Motivation. 63: 91-97
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