Is the context specificity of latent inhibition a sufficient explanation of learned irrelevance?

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In three experiments, rats were pre-exposed either to uncorrelated presentations of a light and sucrose pellets (group CS/US) or to equivalent presentations of the light and pellets in separate sessions (control). In Experiment 1, subsequent conditioning to the light proceeded more slowly in group CS/US than in the control group, whether this conditioning… (More)

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@article{Bennett2000IsTC, title={Is the context specificity of latent inhibition a sufficient explanation of learned irrelevance?}, author={C. H. Bennett and Sheila J Wills and Stephen Oakeshott and N. J. Mackintosh}, journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology}, year={2000}, volume={53 3}, pages={239-53} }