Transfer of Inhibition after Serial and Simultaneous Feature Negative Discrimination Training

@inproceedings{LAMARRE2009TransferOI,
  title={Transfer of Inhibition after Serial and Simultaneous Feature Negative Discrimination Training},
  author={JENNIFER LAMARRE},
  year={2009}
}
  • JENNIFER LAMARRE
  • Published 2009
Three experiments examined the nature of inhibitory learning in Pavlovian simultaneous (A + , XA ) and serial (A + , X -+ A ) feature negative discrimination prodecures in a conditioned suppression situation with rat subjects. The feature (X) trained with simultaneous procedures readily inhibited suppression conditioned to another excitor (B) that was not involved in the feature negative discrimination with X. But the feature trained with serial procedures showed little or no ability to inhibit… CONTINUE READING

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