By George Serban; Kittay Scientific Foundation
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BEHAVIORAL DEFICIENCIES IN PROTEIN-DEPRIVED MONKEYS 43 FIGURE 6. Testing object discrimination learning in the Wisconsin General Test Apparatus. In the upper picture, the experimenter baits one of the objects. In the lower picture, the opaque screen separating the monkey has been raised and the delivery tray has been pushed forward for the animal to make a choice. 44 R. R. ZIMMERMANN, C. R. GEIST, AND D. A. e only one response is generally used. On the first trial of each problem the monkey must randomly choose bet'i'leen the two alternative objects if a reinforcement is to be secured.
FIGURE 4. On the right, a l~-year-old l20-low-protein-reared monkey in the early stages of kwashiorkor symptoms; on the left a l20-day-old normal monkey. " Z iii z n iii VI n "II m IC ~ r- (5 ~ m 42 R. R. ZIMMERMANN, C. R. GEIST, AND D. A. STROBEL FIGURE 5. Same l~-year-old l20-1oiV-protein-reared monkey (as shown in Figure 4) 2 months later in the terminal stages of the kwashiorkor symptoms. BEHAVIORAL DEFICIENCIES IN PROTEIN-DEPRIVED MONKEYS 43 FIGURE 6. Testing object discrimination learning in the Wisconsin General Test Apparatus.
R. ZIMMERMANN, C. R. GEIST, AND D. A. STROBEL In the appetative reinforcement procedure the animal is reYlarded for selecting the correct object, while in the aversive procedure the animal receives the negati ve reinforcer ""Then a response is made to the incorrect stimulus. Under these test conditions, both the malnourished and normal animals developed learning sets at the same rate. Furtl~r, the types of errors that the monkeys made during the development of this ability Ylere very similar to those found in appetative learning-set formation (Stoffer and Zimmermann, 1973).