Latent inhibition in human adults without masking.

Abstract

Latent inhibition refers to attenuated responding to Cue X observed when the X-outcome pairings are preceded by X-alone presentations. It has proven difficult to obtain in human adults unless the preexposure (X-alone) presentations are embedded within a masking (i.e., distracting) task. The authors hypothesized that the difficulty in obtaining latent… (More)

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@article{Escobar2003LatentII, title={Latent inhibition in human adults without masking.}, author={M Carolina Escobar and Francisco Arcediano and Ralph R. Miller}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition}, year={2003}, volume={29 5}, pages={1028-40} }