Some Determinants of Latent Inhibition in Human Predictive Learning.

@article{Pineo2006SomeDO,
  title={Some Determinants of Latent Inhibition in Human Predictive Learning.},
  author={Oskar Pine{\~n}o and L. G. Casa and R. Lubow and R. Miller},
  journal={Learning and Motivation},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={42-65}
}
Abstract The present experiments assessed the effects of different manipulations between cue preexposure and cue-outcome pairings on latent inhibition (LI) in a predictive learning task with human participants. To facilitate LI, preexposure and acquisition with the target cues took place while participants performed a secondary task. Presentation of neither the target cues nor the target outcome was anticipated based on the instructions. Experiment 1 demonstrated the LI effect in the new… Expand
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