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'''Water deprivation''' in this article refers to the experimental technique of temporarily depriving subjects of freely available access to water in order to establish a quantifiable motivational state. For the physiological and psychological consequences see [[dehydration]] and [[thirst]].
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'''Water deprivation''' is the experimental technique of temporarily depriving subjects of freely available access to water in order to establish a quantifiable motivational state. For the physiological and psychological consequences see [[dehydration]] and [[thirst]].
   
 
==Ethics==
 
==Ethics==
   
 
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*[[Animal water intake]]
 
*[[Ethics of animal research]]
 
*[[Ethics of animal research]]
 
*[[Fluid deprivation test]]
 
*[[Fluid deprivation test]]
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[[Category:Stimulus deprivation]]
 
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[[Category:Deprivation]]
 
[[Category:Dehydration]]
 
[[Category:Dehydration]]
 
[[Category:Motivation]]
 
[[Category:Motivation]]
[[category:Thirst]]
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[[Category:Water deprivation]]

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Water deprivation is the experimental technique of temporarily depriving subjects of freely available access to water in order to establish a quantifiable motivational state. For the physiological and psychological consequences see dehydration and thirst.

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