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Evaluative conditioning in the picture-picture paradigm with random assignment of CSs to USs

Evaluative conditioning in the picture-picture paradigm with random assignment of CSs to USs
Evaluative conditioning in the picture-picture paradigm with random assignment of CSs to USs
Human participants were allocated to 1 of 3 groups. In the conditioning group, each conditioned stimulus (CS)-unconditioned stimulus (UCS) pair was presented 7 times during the acquisition phase. Participants who were assigned to the extinction group saw 5 additional presentations of each CS in isolation after the 7 presentations of each CS-UCS pair. In the latent inhibition group, the CS-only trials were presented before the CS-UCS trials. Overall, a significant evaluative conditioning effect was observed. This effect cannot be dismissed on the basis of the arguments developed by A. P. Field and G. C. L. Davey (see records 1997-42912-009, 1998-11983-008, and 1999-10526-006), and the results thus provide strong evidence for the associative nature of evaluative conditioning. The results are also in line with other findings, which showed that evaluative conditioning is resistant to extinction.
0097-7403
237-242
De Houwer, Jan
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Baeyens, Frank
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Vansteenwegen, Deb
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Eelen, Paul
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De Houwer, Jan
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Baeyens, Frank
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Vansteenwegen, Deb
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Eelen, Paul
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De Houwer, Jan, Baeyens, Frank, Vansteenwegen, Deb and Eelen, Paul (2000) Evaluative conditioning in the picture-picture paradigm with random assignment of CSs to USs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behaviour Processes, 26 (2), 237-242.

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Abstract

Human participants were allocated to 1 of 3 groups. In the conditioning group, each conditioned stimulus (CS)-unconditioned stimulus (UCS) pair was presented 7 times during the acquisition phase. Participants who were assigned to the extinction group saw 5 additional presentations of each CS in isolation after the 7 presentations of each CS-UCS pair. In the latent inhibition group, the CS-only trials were presented before the CS-UCS trials. Overall, a significant evaluative conditioning effect was observed. This effect cannot be dismissed on the basis of the arguments developed by A. P. Field and G. C. L. Davey (see records 1997-42912-009, 1998-11983-008, and 1999-10526-006), and the results thus provide strong evidence for the associative nature of evaluative conditioning. The results are also in line with other findings, which showed that evaluative conditioning is resistant to extinction.

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Published date: April 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 55527
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/55527
ISSN: 0097-7403
PURE UUID: 5909d1fb-103d-456e-ac6b-25dc7badab2c

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Date deposited: 05 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:36

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