Affiliation: Kwansei Gakuin University
Nakajima S. Food avoidance learning based on voluntary wheel running in laboratory mice (Mus musculus). Behav Processes. 2018;159:31-36 pubmed publisher
..These results concord with those previously reported in rats, indicating the generality of the phenomenon. ..
Nakajima S, Katayama T. Running-based pica in rats. Evidence for the gastrointestinal discomfort hypothesis of running-based taste aversion. Appetite. 2014;83:178-84 pubmed publisher
..e., confinement in a locked wheel). These results suggest that not only LiCl but also running induces nausea in rats, supporting the gastrointestinal discomfort hypothesis of running-based taste aversion learning. ..
Nakajima S, Urata T, Ogawa Y. Familiarization and cross-familiarization of wheel running and LiCl in conditioned taste aversion. Physiol Behav. 2006;88:1-11 pubmed
..This US crossover effect suggests the possibility that wheel running and LiCl injection share a common or similar physiological mechanism in inducing taste aversion. ..
Nakajima S. Swimming-based pica in rats. Behav Processes. 2016;130:1-3 pubmed publisher
..Because kaolin intake has been regarded as a measure of nausea in rats, this finding suggests that swimming activity, as well as voluntary or forced running, induces nausea in rats. ..
Nakajima S. Clay eating attenuates lithium-based taste aversion learning in rats: A remedial effect of kaolin on nausea. Physiol Behav. 2018;188:199-204 pubmed publisher
..This finding is congruent with the contention that consumption of kaolin clay is not only a useful index of, but also an effective remedy for, drug-induced nausea in rats. ..
Nakajima S. Running induces nausea in rats: Kaolin intake generated by voluntary and forced wheel running. Appetite. 2016;105:85-94 pubmed publisher
..Because kaolin intake is regarded as a reliable measure of nausea in rats, these results show that wheel running, either voluntary or forced, induces nausea in rats. ..
Nakajima S. Running-based pica and taste avoidance in rats. Learn Behav. 2018;46:182-197 pubmed publisher
..These results, when taken together, support the hypothesis that pica behavior generated by wheel running reflects nausea in rats. ..