Dissociating expectancy of shock and changes in skin conductance: an investigation of the Perruchet effect using an electrodermal paradigm.

@article{McAndrew2012DissociatingEO,
  title={Dissociating expectancy of shock and changes in skin conductance: an investigation of the Perruchet effect using an electrodermal paradigm.},
  author={Amy McAndrew and Fergal W. Jones and Rosamund McLaren and Ian P. L. McLaren},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  year={2012},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={203-8}
}
Is human Pavlovian conditioning driven by a unitary, propositional system (as claimed by Mitchell, De Houwer, & Lovibond, 2009) or by dual systems; one under conscious control, symbolic in nature, and requiring effort to deploy, and the other utilizing associative processes and automatic in its operation (McLaren, Green, & Mackintosh, 1994)? Past research has suggested that for electrodermal conditioning to occur in humans, conscious awareness of the contingencies is necessary to produce… CONTINUE READING
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