Learning about cues that prevent an outcome: conditioned inhibition and differential inhibition in human predictive learning.

@article{Karazinov2004LearningAC,
  title={Learning about cues that prevent an outcome: conditioned inhibition and differential inhibition in human predictive learning.},
  author={Danielle M Karazinov and Robert A Boakes},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={57 2},
  pages={
          153-78
        }
}
Summation tests were used to assess whether participants in a human predictive judgement task learned that some cues (foods) prevented the occurrence of the outcome (migraine). In three experiments the preventative effect of a conditioned inhibitor, I, trained in the design, P+, PI-, I-, was stronger than that of a negative control cue, N, that had been presented alone with the same frequency and simply predicted no outcome. This control cue, N, also passed the summation test when compared to a… CONTINUE READING

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