Extending the model: Pavlovian social learning

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (2):255-256 (2000)

Domjan et al.'s model of how Pavlovian processes regulate social interaction can be extended to social learning, where an individual learns about the value of events, objects, or actions from information provided by another. The conditioned properties of a particular social partner, following from a history of interactions with that partner, can modulate the efficiency and specificity of social learning.
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