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Conditioned flavor aversions, readily established in rats by pairing a novel palatable flavor with radiation-induced or drug-induced illness, are highly efficient adjustments with implications for the treatment of alcoholism and obesity. Recent experiments show that such aversion acquisition is diminished by preconditioning familiarity with the conditioned stimulus (CS) flavor. However, these studies involved single pairings of the target flavor with postingestional illness. In the presentdoi:10.1037/h0036867 fatcat:g4je3zfrnnfrpn7imwrq3lhrue