The training phase of Experiment 2 was similar to that for Experiment 1, but the CS+ training days were omitted. Therefore, mice received only four days of training in which they consumed 16% sucrose followed by the CS– flavour mixed with 4% sucrose. One day after the last training day mice received a test session in which they were allowed to consumed the CS– flavour and a novel flavour both mixed with 4% sucrose. These flavours were administered in a similar manner as the test day in Experiment 1. The allocation of flavours (cherry and grape) across conditions (CS–, novel) was counterbalanced across mice as was the order of the conditions (CS–, novel) and flavours (grape, cherry) within the test session.

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