Blocking and pseudoblocking: new control experiments with honeybees.


Prompted by doubts about the adequacy of the various control procedures long used in research on blocking, we repeated some earlier experiments with honeybees that had given the appearance of forward, concurrent, and backward blocking. The new experiments differed from the earlier experiments only in that the target stimulus was omitted during the training… (More)

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@article{Blaser2006BlockingAP, title={Blocking and pseudoblocking: new control experiments with honeybees.}, author={Rachel E. Blaser and Patricia Couvillon and Michael Bitterman}, journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology}, year={2006}, volume={59 1}, pages={68-76} }