Memory in the pigeon : Proactive inhibition in a delayed matching task *

@inproceedings{lENT2013MemoryIT,
  title={Memory in the pigeon : Proactive inhibition in a delayed matching task *},
  author={THOMAS R. lENT and David E. Hogan},
  year={2013}
}
Proactive inhibition in a pigeon was studied, using a modified delayed matching-to-sample task. Proactive inhibition was defined as disruption in matching performimce produced by the presentation of a stimulus prior to the sample stimulus (relative to control trials without prior stimulus presentation). In Experiment I, with a prior stimulus which was not presented as one of the comparison stimuli, temporary disruption in matching performance was found with a 5-sec delay between sample and… CONTINUE READING
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