Spatiotemporal characteristics of serial CSs and their relation to search modes and response form

@inproceedings{SilvaSpatiotemporalCO,
  title={Spatiotemporal characteristics of serial CSs and their relation to search modes and response form},
  author={Francisco J. Silva and W. D. Timberlake and RORY S. GONT}
}
Given a choice, animals generally prefer cues that are more spatially and temporally proximate to food (Bowe, 1984). For example, rats quickly learn to choose the location of the rewarded arm of a T-maze (Kimble, 1961; Terrace, 1984), and pigeons differentially peck a key that is more likely to produce reward in a short time (Baum, 1974; Herrnstein, 1970… CONTINUE READING