Tag Archives: Associative Learning

The Learning Laboratory

The video below shows the human learning laboratory here at the University of the Basque country.  It is equipped with four experiment stations, and an eye-tracking station.  Each station has a Dell Optiplex computer running an ATI 2400hd video card … Continue reading

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A pre-exposure effect that is enhanced with a change in context-

This post is going to describe an effect that looks like latent inhibition, but rather than being attenuated by a context switch, it is enhanced. The post is going to be a long one.  A lot to write, and I’m … Continue reading

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Latent inhibition is not context specific & eye tracker demands?

With my new method, I have robust evidence that it produces latent inhibition.  The original goal of that experiment was to show that the eye-tracker can be shown to monitor visual attention in conditioning, validating it with a phenomenon where … Continue reading

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Misc. fears, ramblings, and upcoming posts.

Yesterday I noticed that the total amount of time spent attending to two different areas of interest summed to a total greater than the amount of time they were present, which indicated a bug in my eye-data extraction program.   The … Continue reading

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What is “Associative Learning?”

In another place, someone asked me “Will the learning models ever get it right?”  I thought that I would post my answer here, and use it as a soapbox to talk about what “Associative learning” is- or should be. Will … Continue reading

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That spectacular data I mentioned some time ago…

Some time ago I mentioned some “spectacular data” were on the way.  Today I will present them.  After much mind-numbing analysis to refine the data down to the brass tacks presented here, they don’t seem hardly so spectacular.  I suppose … Continue reading

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