Hierarchical and binary associations compete for behavioral control during instrumental biconditional discrimination.

Abstract

In two experiments we investigated the role of hierarchical S-(R-O) associations, as opposed to associative alternatives, in solving biconditional discrimination problems in rats. Using lesions of posterior dorsomedial striatum known to attenuate R-O associative learning, and lesions of the dorsolateral striatum that attenuate S-R learning, we found that… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0030941

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