David N. George
David N. George
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Attention and associative learning in humans: an integrative review.
ME Le Pelley, CJ Mitchell, T Beesley, DN George, AJ Wills
Psychological Bulletin 142 (10), 1111, 2016
1852016
Acquired distinctiveness is controlled by stimulus relevance not correlation with reward.
DN George, JM Pearce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 25 (3), 363, 1999
761999
The nature of discrimination learning in pigeons
JM Pearce, GR Esber, DN George, M Haselgrove
Learning & Behavior 36 (3), 188-199, 2008
492008
A configural theory of attention and associative learning
DN George, JM Pearce
Learning & Behavior 40 (3), 241-254, 2012
442012
The role of attention in the solution of conditional discriminations.
JM Pearce, DN George, ES Redhead
American Psychological Association, 1998
371998
Discrimination of structure: I. Implications for connectionist theories of discrimination learning.
DN George, J Ward-Robinson, JM Pearce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 27 (3), 206, 2001
342001
Summation: Further assessment of a configural theory
JM Pearce, DN George, A Aydin
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 55 (1b), 61-73, 2002
322002
Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer: Paradoxical effects of the Pavlovian relationship explained.
SR Cohen-Hatton, JE Haddon, DN George, RC Honey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 39 (1), 14, 2013
312013
Imitative learning of stimulus-response and response-outcome associations in pigeons.
AL Saggerson, DN George, RC Honey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 31 (3), 289, 2005
312005
Contextual control of biconditional task performance: evidence for cue and response competition in rats
JE Haddon, DN George, S Killcross
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 61 (9), 1307-1320, 2008
262008
The influence of hippocampal lesions on the discrimination of structure and on spatial memory in pigeons (Columba livia).
JM Pearce, DN George, M Haselgrove, JT Erichsen, MA Good
Behavioral neuroscience 119 (5), 1316, 2005
242005
Discrimination of structure: II. Feature binding
DN George, JM Pearce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behaviour Processes 29, 107-117, 2003
222003
Lesions to the ventral, but not the dorsal, medial prefrontal cortex enhance latent inhibition
DN George, AM Duffaud, HHJ Pothuizen, JE Haddon, S Killcross
European Journal of Neuroscience 31 (8), 1474-1482, 2010
212010
Rapid communication: Impaired conditional task performance in a high schizotypy population: Relation to cognitive deficits
JE Haddon, DN George, L Grayson, C McGowan, RC Honey, S Killcross
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (1), 1-9, 2011
202011
The influence of background stimuli on summation in autoshaping
JM Pearce, DN George, ES Redhead, A Aydin, C Wynne
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 52 (1b), 53-74, 1999
171999
Contextual modulation of attention in human category learning
DN George, JK Kruschke
Learning & behavior 40 (4), 530-541, 2012
162012
Representational blending in human conditional learning: Implications for associative theory
KI Hodder, DN George, AS Killcross, RC Honey
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 56 (2b), 223-238, 2003
152003
The effects of using stimuli from three different dimensions on autoshaping with a complex negative patterning discrimination
JM Pearce, DN George
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 55 (4), 349-364, 2002
152002
Summation in autoshaping is affected by the similarity of the visual stimuli to the stimulation they replace.
JM Pearce, ES Redhead, DN George
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 28 (2), 175, 2002
152002
The discrimination of structure: III. Representation of spatial relationships.
M Haselgrove, DN George, JM Pearce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 31 (4), 433, 2005
142005
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