Test of the propriety of the traditional discriminative control procedure in Pavlovian electrodermal and plethysmographic conditioning

Journal of Experimental Psychology 91 (1):161-164 (1971)

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Keywords Pavlovian electrodermal & plethysmographic conditioning, traditional discriminative control procedure, contribution to R. Rescorla
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