Backward blocking and recovery from overshadowing in human causal judgement: the role of within-compound associations.

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We replicated and extended a project by Dickinson and Burke (1996) that concerned human causal judgement. In a medical diagnostic setting, college students' ratings of the causal efficacy of target cues showed retrospective revaluation: relative to a proper control condition, ratings of target cues both increased ("recovery from overshadowing") and… (More)

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@article{Wasserman1998BackwardBA, title={Backward blocking and recovery from overshadowing in human causal judgement: the role of within-compound associations.}, author={Edward A. Wasserman and L R Berglan}, journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology}, year={1998}, volume={51 2}, pages={121-38} }