Simple Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer (PIT).
Requires Whisker v2.0 or greater.
|•||Text-based output to disk.|
|•||ODBC data storage to a database (supplied).|
Rudolf Cardinal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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|•||Version 1.1: majority of development done under this number.|
|•||Version 2.0 (Aug-Sep 2002): default ODBC database facility; integrated HTML help|
|•||Version 2.1: fixed minor bug (unsaved dialogue parameters when picking ODBC database)|
|•||Version 2.2 (10 Dec 2002):|
|•||option to use stimulus as discriminative stimulus rather than true Pavlovian CS in the Pavlovian phase (specifically, as an SD indicating that nosepoking will be reinforced; instead of running an RT schedule, it's an RI schedule of reinforcing nosepoking) as requested by Pat di Ciano.|
|•||Also, option to have houselight off during CS but on at other times...|
|•||... and conversion to XML parameters.|
|•||Version 2.3 (22 Nov 2003): writes version number and compilation date to summary file.|
|•||Version 2.4 (16-21 June 2006) and v2.5 (22 June 2006): more flexible options for the stimuli; more options for neutral stimulus presentation in the Pavlovian phase; more options for the order of the transfer test; option for FI instrumental training.|
|•||Version 2.6 (27 June 2006). Houselight state at the end of the task was "leave as during the task"; now an option in its own right.|
|•||Version 2.7 (8 March 2007). Easier compilation for users.|
|•||Version 3.0 (12 Jan 2009). Server default changed from "loopback" to "localhost" (Windows Vista compatibility and more general standardization).|