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  • Outcome predictability biases learning. 

    Griffiths, O; Mitchell, CJ; Bethmont, A; Lovibond, PF (United States, 2015-01)
    Much of contemporary associative learning research is focused on understanding how and when the associative history of cues affects later learning about those cues. Very little work has investigated the effects of the ...
  • Temporal distance and person memory: thinking about the future changes memory for the past. 

    Wyer, NA; Perfect, TJ; Pahl, S (United States, 2010-06)
    Psychological distance has been shown to influence how people construe an event such that greater distance produces high-level construal (characterized by global or holistic processing) and lesser distance produces low-level ...

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