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The controlled application of a strategy can have automatic effects: reply to Redington (2000)

The controlled application of a strategy can have automatic effects: reply to Redington (2000)
The controlled application of a strategy can have automatic effects: reply to Redington (2000)
The deliberate application of a strategy can have unintended discriminative effects. It is argued that these effects or influences on discriminative responding are the source of automatic influences and can be dissociated from controlled influences under appropriate circumstances. Such automatic influences are often latent in the interaction between the memory structures and the strategies that participants bring to bear in many implicit learning tasks.
0096-3445
476-480
Higham, Philip A.
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Vokey, John R.
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Higham, Philip A.
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Vokey, John R.
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Higham, Philip A. and Vokey, John R. (2000) The controlled application of a strategy can have automatic effects: reply to Redington (2000). Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 129 (4), 476-480.

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The deliberate application of a strategy can have unintended discriminative effects. It is argued that these effects or influences on discriminative responding are the source of automatic influences and can be dissociated from controlled influences under appropriate circumstances. Such automatic influences are often latent in the interaction between the memory structures and the strategies that participants bring to bear in many implicit learning tasks.

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Published date: 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 18320
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/18320
ISSN: 0096-3445
PURE UUID: 026dfb5d-0b96-41bb-a0bf-70c4ef3d6a78

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Date deposited: 13 Jan 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:36

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Author: John R. Vokey

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