Enhanced conditioned eyeblink response acquisition and proactive interference in anxiety vulnerable individuals

@inproceedings{Holloway2012EnhancedCE,
  title={Enhanced conditioned eyeblink response acquisition and proactive interference in anxiety vulnerable individuals},
  author={Jacqueline L. Holloway and Payal Trivedi and Catherine Myers and Richard J. Servatius},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
In classical conditioning, proactive interference may arise from experience with the conditioned stimulus (CS), the unconditional stimulus (US), or both, prior to their paired presentations. Interest in the application of proactive interference has extended to clinical populations as either a risk factor for disorders or as a secondary sign. Although the current literature is dense with comparisons of stimulus pre-exposure effects in animals, such comparisons are lacking in human subjects. As… CONTINUE READING
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