Ana Martínez-Pampliega

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Responding to a stimulus that predicts an outcome can be weakened if other stimuli are presented in compound with this stimulus during training. Accounting for such stimulus competition has been central to the development of most contemporary theories of learning (e. A frequently cited example of stimulus competition is the so-called blocking effect. Kamin(More)
The psychometric properties of the adapted Spanish version of the Maternal Antenatal Attachment Scale were examined. The main goal was to investigate the reliability and construct validity of the conceptual structure of Condon's proposal. Five hundred twenty-five pregnant women, attending maternal education classes in Bizkaia (Spain), answered the(More)
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