Learning about associatively activated stimulus representations: Implications for acquired equivalence and perceptual learning

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Abstract

Pavlovian conditioning is taken to reflect the formation of links between the central representations of stimuli. A link will be formed when presentation of the relevant stimuli is scheduled in a way that ensures that two representations are activated concurrently. Once this has occurred, ...

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  • Geoffrey Hall

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