Outcome Predictability: Does associative history of outcomes bias subsequent learning in a human goal-tracking paradigm?
In 1975, Mackintosh proposed that a cue previously experienced to be a better predictor of the outcome than the other cues present possesses greater associability. More recently, a study using a human causal learning task demonstrated better learning about the outcome which has been consistently pre...
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