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In two experiments we tested the molar regulation prediction that animals adjust schedule performance to reduce deviations from baseline response totals. Both experiments constrained the baseline drink-burst length under molar nondepriving schedules but allowed rats to continue running without drinking. In Experiment 1, rats were required to run in order to drink. In Experiment 2, water was delivered independently of running by fixed-time (FT) schedules. Under the run-to-drink contingency, ratsdoi:10.1037/0097-7403.13.4.354 pmid:3668476 fatcat:rnhxo3tmwva3dbzt3yqu5uwwiq