Tag Archives: Latent inhibition

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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Latent inhibition and eye tracking.

In a previous post I promised these data.  Here, participants undergo a latent-inhibition treatment, or not, and their gaze is monitored during the experimental task. This experiment follows up on a pilot study conducted last year. The method is the … Continue reading

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