Anhedonia in pigs? Effects of social stress and restraint stress on sucrose preference

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Figueroa, Jaime; Solà-Oriol, David; Manteca, Xavier; Pérez, José Francisco; Dwyer, Dominic M.;

The fact that consumption of normally palatable foods is affected by stress in both humans and rats suggests a means to assess hedonic reaction in non-verbal animals. However, little is known about anhedonia and stress in productive animals such as pigs. Thus we examine... View more
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