The relative effect of cue interaction.

  title={The relative effect of cue interaction.},
  author={Jason M. Tangen and Lorraine G. Allan},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology},
  volume={56 3},
It is well established that two predictor cues (A and B) of a common outcome interact in that the judgement of the relationship between each cue and the outcome is influenced by the pairing history of the other cue with that outcome. For example, when the contingency of A with an outcome is weaker than the contingency of B with that outcome, the rating of the predictiveness of A is reduced relative to a situation where only A is paired with the outcome. One explanation of such cue interaction… CONTINUE READING