SAGE Journal Articles
Coutanche, M. N. & Thompson-Schill, S. L. (2012). Reversal without remapping: What we can (and cannot) conclude about learned associations from training induced behavior changes. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7(2), 118- 134.
This is a review article discussing the concept of learned associations in the context of the cognitive revolution in the field of psychology.
- How has the cognitive revolution influenced the comparative study of cognition?
- Which learning paradigms are discussed in the article?
- How do these paradigms differ?
Wasserman, E. A. (1990). Attribution of causality to common and distinctive elements of compound stimuli. Psychological Science, 1(5), 298-302.
This research article evaluated college-aged students’ understanding of compound stimuli when assessing the cause of an allergic reaction.
- In what way did the concept of causality influence participants’ assessments of compound stimuli?
- What forms of stimuli were utilized for this study?
- In what ways did humans parallel the conditioned responses of non-human animals in the context of this study?