The effects of latent inhibitory processes on subsequent conditioning : temporal factors and order phenomena
Some interference theories of extinction assert that the conditioned response decrement results from the attachment of incompatible associations to a stimulus which formerly had a strong tendency to evoke the conditioned response. In Chapter I, it is argued that this type of theory implies that the incompatible associations acquired via the extinction procedure will be subject to pro-active inhibition by virtue of the fact that extinction forms the second stage of an A-B, A-D negative transfer...[Show more]
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