John garcia june 12 1917 october 12 2012 was an american psychologist most known for his research on taste aversion garcia studied at the university of california berkeley where he received his ab ma and phd degrees in 1955 at the age of 38. Studies on conditioned taste aversion which involved irradiating rats were conducted in the 1950s by dr john garcia leading to it sometimes being called the garcia effect conditioned taste aversion sometimes occurs when sickness is merely coincidental to and not caused by the substance consumed. His teaching and research in comparative psychobiology brought him in contact with john garcia who is a pioneer in the field and is the founder of research in taste aversion conditioning stuart ellins primary research and writing has been in the application of taste aversion conditioning to the management of coyotes and other wildlife. John garcia life of a neuroethologist and history of conditioned taste aversion by stuart r ellins phd editor john garcia life of a neuroethologist and history of conditioned taste aversion by stuart r ellins phd editor published jan 10 2007 256 pages
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