The 28th Bartlett Memorial Lecture

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by Anthony Dickinson

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6 Contrasting predictive and causal values of predictors and causes – Oskar Pineño, James C. Denniston, Tom Beckers, Ralph R. Miller - 2005
Animal Learning & Behavior – Nuria Ortega, Oskar Pineño
13 Predictions and causal estimations are not supported by the same associative structure – Miguel A. Vadillo, Helena Matute - 2007
Positive and negative mediation as a function of whether the absent cue was previously associated with the outcome – Leyre Castro, Helena Matute - 2010
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Causal and predictive-value judgements but not predictions, are based on cue–outcome contingency – Miguel A. Vadillo, Ralph R. Miller, HELENA MATUTE - 2005
THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY – Leyre Castro - 2010
and theories on human contingency learning – Jan De Houwer, Tom Beckers
63 Predictive and diagnostic learning within causal models: Asymmetries in cue competition – Michael R. Waldmann, Keith J. Holyoak - 1992
9 A comparison between elemental and compound training of cues in retrospective revaluation – Martha Escobar, Oskar Pineño, Helena Matute
2 Blocking of subsequent and antecedent events – Francisco J. Esmoris-arranz, Ralph R. Miller, Francisco J. Esmoris-arranz, Ralph R. Miller, Department Of - 1997
1 Competition Between Antecedent and Between Subsequent Stimuli in Causal Judgments – Francisco Arcediano, Martha Escobar, Ralph R. Miller
Mini review Stimulus coding in human associative learning: Flexible representations of parts and wholes – Klaus G. Melchers A, David R. Shanks B, Harald Lachnit C
7 Primacy in causal strength judgments: The effect of initial . . . – Martin Dennis, Ahn - 2001
High-Level Cognitive Processes in Causal Judgments: An Integrated Model – Andrea Stocco, Danilo Fum, Stefano Drioli
AND – Francisco Arcediano, Helena Matute, Ralph R. Miller
32 Biological significance in forward and backward blocking: Resolution of a discrepancy between animal conditioning and human causal judgment – Ralph R. Miller - 1996
Ministry of Education (Ref. EX2002-0739). We thank Jeffrey Amundson, – Oskar Pineño, Ralph R. Miller, Tom Beckers, Steven Stout, Gonzalo Urcelay, Kouji Urushihara
36 Trial order affects cue interaction in contingency judgment – Gretchen B. Chapman - 1991