Human Pavlovian autonomie conditioning and its relation to awareness of the CS/US contingency: Focus on the phenomenon and some forgotten facts

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (3):555-556 (1996)

Although conditional stimulus (CS)/unconditional stimulus (US) contingency awareness appears to be necessary for human Pavlovian autonomie conditioning, only a selective review of the literature and the forgetting of certain basic, brute facts can allow the cognitive conclusion that awareness causes, or even is important for, conditioning. That conclusion is theoretically barren for explaining the phenomenon and is also of little potential practical use
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