Affective Discrimination of Stimuli that cannot be Recognized Author ( s ) :

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Animal and human subjects readily develop stsong preferences for objects that have become familiar through repeated exposures. Experimental evidence is presented that these preferences can develop even when the exposures are so one they liked better and (ii) the one they thought had been shown previously. For both judgments, confidence ratings were obtained… (More)

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