dehydration (Adolph and Associates, 1947; Greenleaf and Sargent, 1965), but a more appropriate term would be involuntary dehydration or involuntary hypohydration, because the delay in drinking is not cognitive; the stimulus is just insufficient (Greenleaf, 1966).
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