Overshadowing of subsequent events and recovery thereafter.

@article{Burger2000OvershadowingOS,
  title={Overshadowing of subsequent events and recovery thereafter.},
  author={Daniel C Burger and Haney Mallemat and Ralph R. Miller},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={149-71}
}
Four experiments using a conditioned lick suppression preparation with rats were conducted to examine whether overshadowing of subsequent events could be obtained in Pavlovian backward conditioning (i.e. unconditioned stimulus [US] before conditioned stimulus [CS]), and to determine whether such overshadowing could be reversed without further training with the overshadowed CS, as has been reported in overshadowing of antecedent events. In Experiment 1, a backward-conditioned CS overshadowed a… CONTINUE READING

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