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Under optimal conditions, this type of schedule engenders a steady high rate of responding during each ratio component that is often (monkey 8-474), but not always (monkey 8-467), preceded by an initial brief period of no responding often referred to as a pause. The records at the right of Fig. 1 show representative performance of the same -two squirrel monkeys several months after the schedule of cocaine injection was changed to a 5-min fixed interval schedule. tg/kg cocaine; the injection was accompanied by abrief, 2-sec yellow light.
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