Correlations among stimuli affect stimulus matching and stimulus liking.

@article{Pimenta2016CorrelationsAS,
  title={Correlations among stimuli affect stimulus matching and stimulus liking.},
  author={Di{\'o}ghenes Pimenta and Fran{\'c}ois Tonneau},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  year={2016},
  volume={130},
  pages={36-8}
}
Human subjects were exposed to AB, AC stimulus pairs and then to matching-to-sample tests of stimulus equivalence (B-A, C-A, B-C, C-B) or to a task in which stimulus compounds (BA, CA, BC, CB) were rated for attractiveness. Matching-to-sample tests revealed emergent B-A, C-A, B-C, and C-B choices, replicating previous results in the literature. The mean proportion of correct, emergent choices increased as a function of exposure to the AB, AC pairs. On the rating task, the liking scores of all… CONTINUE READING
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