Classical conditioning mechanisms can differentiate between seeing and doing in rats.

@article{Kutlu2012ClassicalCM,
  title={Classical conditioning mechanisms can differentiate between seeing and doing in rats.},
  author={Munir Gunes Kutlu and Nestor A. Schmajuk},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  year={2012},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={84-101}
}
We show that the attentional-associative SLG model of classical conditioning, based on the 1996 research of Schmajuk, Lam, and Gray, correctly describes experimental results regarded as evidence of causal learning in rats: (a) interventions attenuate responding following common-cause training but do not interfere on subsequent responding during observation, and (b) interventions do not affect responding after direct-cause training or (c) causal-chain training. According to the model, responding… CONTINUE READING

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