Priming-produced facilitation or diminution of responding to a Pavlovian unconditioned stimulus.

@article{Donegan1981PrimingproducedFO,
  title={Priming-produced facilitation or diminution of responding to a Pavlovian unconditioned stimulus.},
  author={N H Donegan},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  year={1981},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={295-312}
}
  • N H Donegan
  • Published 1981 in
    Journal of experimental psychology. Animal…
Two experiments, concerned with signal-produced variation of unconditioned response (UR) amplitude, evaluated the roles of US intensity and response measure in determining when signaling the US results in a conditioned diminution or a conditioned facilitation of responding. In Experiment 1, rabbits received discrimination training, in an eye-blink-conditioning preparation, with a 1-mA, 50-msec shock US. In testing, preceding the US by SC+ facilitated the eye blink response compared with… CONTINUE READING

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