The differential outcomes procedure can interfere or enhance operant rule learning.

@article{Ramos2003TheDO,
  title={The differential outcomes procedure can interfere or enhance operant rule learning.},
  author={Raddy L Ramos and Lisa M. Savage},
  journal={Integrative physiological and behavioral science : the official journal of the Pavlovian Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={17-35}
}
The differential outcomes effect--the enhancement of learning and memory performance by correlating distinct reinforcers with to-be-remembered events (sample stimuli)--has been stated to be one of the most robust phenomena in learning psychology. However, in this paper we demonstrate that the correlation between unique samples and unique reinforcers can either interfere with or enhance learning a spatial matching-rule, dependent on whether these two processes are trained concurrently or… CONTINUE READING

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