Integration of multiple memories in sensory preconditioning.

Abstract

The present study demonstrates that humans' response to a single stimulus (S1) is determined by what follows S1's associates. The experiment used a sensory preconditioning (SPC) design where S1 was associated with both S2 and S3 on separate trials before establishing relationships between these latter stimuli with an outcome or its absence in a second phase… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2014.09.034

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@article{Craddock2014IntegrationOM, title={Integration of multiple memories in sensory preconditioning.}, author={Paul R. Craddock and C. Renaux and Françoise Lef{\`e}vre and James Byron Nelson and Mika{\"{e}l Molet}, journal={Behavioural processes}, year={2014}, volume={108}, pages={94-7} }