Resistance to extinction of a taste aversion: effects of level of training and procedures used in acquisition and extinction.

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Two studies investigated the relationship between acquisition and extinction procedures on the development and elimination of a taste aversion. In the first experiment, subjects were given either forced or free choice acquisition to a common acquisition criterion. Then, their aversion was extinguished under either the free or forced choice procedure. The… (More)

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@article{Mikulka1980ResistanceTE, title={Resistance to extinction of a taste aversion: effects of level of training and procedures used in acquisition and extinction.}, author={Peter J. Mikulka and S. Klein}, journal={The American journal of psychology}, year={1980}, volume={93 4}, pages={631-41} }