SAGE Journal Articles
Lovibond, P. F. & Calaguiri, B. (2013). Facilitation of voluntary goal-directed action by reward cues. Psychological Science, 24(10), 2030-2037.
This article summarizes the author’s research focusing on the use of Pavlovian conditioning to increase goal-motivated behavior.
- How do reward-associated cues influence motivation?
- What do the authors mean by Pavlovian-instrumental transfer procedure?
- Define stimulus control.
Olsson, A. & Phelps, E. A. (2004). Learned fear of “unseen” faces after Pavlovian, observational, and instructed fear. Psychological Science, 15(12), 822-828.
This research article examining differences between Pavlovian conditioning, observational learning and instructional learning of fear responses to shock.
- In what ways did the protocols differ between Pavlovian, observational and instructed groups?
- In what ways did the groups differ in their responses to learning?
- What is meant by masked or unmasked?
Urushihara, K., Stout, S. C., & Miller, R. R. (2004). The basic laws of conditioningdiffer for elemental cues and cues trained in compound. Psychological Science, 15(4), 268-271.
This research article evaluates the cue duration effect in the context of associative learning.
- What is the cue duration effect?
- What is a compound cue?
- What is an elemental cue?