Latent inhibition with a response time measure from a within-subject design: effects of number of preexposures, masking task, context change, and delay.

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Latent inhibition (LI), poorer performance on a learning task to a previously irrelevant stimulus than to a novel stimulus, was produced in 4 experiments, using a within-subject design and a response time (RT) measure. LI was reduced by decreasing the number of stimulus preexposures, omitting the masking task, changing the context from the preexposure to… (More)

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