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We thank the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation for providing funding for this document and for providing valuable insight regarding its form and content. In particular, we acknowledge Jackie Kaye and David Hunter. We thank Blair Burns Potter for her editorial assistance. We thank the staff at Child Trends for their invaluable assistance, Beyond any doubt,(More)
The within-compound association approach has been proposed as an account of synergistic conditioning in flavor aversion learning. One prediction from the within-compound association approach is that following taste + odor compound conditioning, postconditioning inflation of one element of the compound should increase responding to the second element. In(More)
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