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Recovery of attention with renewal

Abstract : One experiment determined the relationship between renewed associative strength and attention. Following cue1-outcome pairings in Context A, cue1 was extinguished in Context B while cue2 was conditioned. On test cue2 was chosen as a predictor of the outcome in Context B. Both cues were chosen equally often as predictors in Context A. Consistent with attributing attention to effective associative strength (as noted in a previous study), participants could locate only cue2 in Context B while both were located in Context A, regardless of having been chosen as a predictor. Attention varied as a function of both cues' associative strengths across contexts.
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James Byron Nelson, Paul Craddock, Mikael Molet, Charlotte Renaux. Recovery of attention with renewal. Learning and Memory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2017, 24 (12), pp.637-640. ⟨10.1101/lm.045682.117⟩. ⟨hal-03120447⟩

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