2017
DOI: 10.1037/xan0000149
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Competition and facilitation in compound conditioning.

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“…That is, the comparator mechanism is more likely to select the stimuli with stronger predictive value to control behaviour Reed, 2011). Running Head: STIMULUS OVER-SELECTIVITY AND CS DURATION Within an overshadowing context, research has demonstrated that longer duration CS presentations in elemental training, attenuate conditioned responding (e.g., Gibbon & Balsam, 1981;Sissons, Urcelay, & Miller, 2009), often referred to as the CS-duration effect (see Urcelay, 2017). Crucially, more recent research (e.g., Urushihara, Stout, & Miller, 2004;Sissons et al, 2009;Urushihara & Miller, 2007;Westbrook, Homewood, Horn, & Clarke, 1983) demonstrated that with compound cue training, short CS durations resulted in overshadowing whereas longer CS durations resulted in no cue competition (the opposite as is true for elemental cue training).…”
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“…That is, the comparator mechanism is more likely to select the stimuli with stronger predictive value to control behaviour Reed, 2011). Running Head: STIMULUS OVER-SELECTIVITY AND CS DURATION Within an overshadowing context, research has demonstrated that longer duration CS presentations in elemental training, attenuate conditioned responding (e.g., Gibbon & Balsam, 1981;Sissons, Urcelay, & Miller, 2009), often referred to as the CS-duration effect (see Urcelay, 2017). Crucially, more recent research (e.g., Urushihara, Stout, & Miller, 2004;Sissons et al, 2009;Urushihara & Miller, 2007;Westbrook, Homewood, Horn, & Clarke, 1983) demonstrated that with compound cue training, short CS durations resulted in overshadowing whereas longer CS durations resulted in no cue competition (the opposite as is true for elemental cue training).…”
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“…The fact that V B-US is low will reduce V COMB in Equation 3, but its contribution to Equations 4 and 5 (i.e., 1/c.|V B-US |) will simultaneously increase the contribution to performance of the CS-oriented component (i.e., R CS ) and reduce the USoriented component (i.e., R US ). While it would be tendentious to argue that failures to observe blocking (e.g., Maes, Boddez, Alfei, Krypotos, D'Hooge, De Houwer, & Beckers, 2016) provide support for the analysis presented above -grounds for such failures abound -there can little doubt that blocking effects can be less complete than a simple rendering of the Rescorla-Wagner model would predict (for a recent review and analysis, see Urcelay, 2017).…”
Section: Blocking: Learning and Performancementioning
confidence: 96%
“…For now, it is sufficient to note that HeiDI provides one formal analysis of how within-compound associations might affect the outcome of blocking and unblocking procedures (cf. Urcelay, 2017). Latent inhibition: An alternative associative analysis Rescorla and Wagner (1972) recognized the fact that while their model provided a ready account for blocking, it did not address the fact that simple preexposure to a CS retards later excitatory and inhibitory conditioning (for a review, see Hall, 1991;Lubow, 1989).…”
Section: Blocking: Learning and Performancementioning
confidence: 99%
“…For now, it is sufficient to note that HeiDI provides one formal analysis of how within-compound associations might affect the outcome of blocking and unblocking procedures (cf. Urcelay, 2017). Latent inhibition: An alternative associative analysis Rescorla and Wagner (1972) recognized the fact that while their model provided a ready account for blocking, it did not address the fact that simple preexposure to a CS retards later excitatory and inhibitory conditioning (for a review, see Hall, 1991;Lubow, 1989).…”
Section: Blocking: Learning and Performancementioning
confidence: 99%