Pavlovian to instrumental transfer: a neurobehavioural perspective.

  title={Pavlovian to instrumental transfer: a neurobehavioural perspective.},
  author={Nathan M. Holmes and Alain R. Marchand and Etienne Coutureau},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  volume={34 8},
Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer (PIT) is a key concept in developing our understanding of cue-controlled behaviours. Here we have reviewed the literature on behavioural and neurobiological factors that influence PIT. Meta-analyses of the data for individual groups in PIT studies revealed that PIT is related to both the order and amounts of instrumental and Pavlovian training, and that it is critically determined by competition between instrumental and Pavlovian responses. We directly… CONTINUE READING
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