Suppression and recovery of a human response as a function of the temporal order of reward and punishment
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Punishment (shock) administered during or after reward (interesting pictures) produced greater suppression of a human response than did punishment administered prior to reward. These results indicate that the degree of response-suppression depends upon the temporal arrangement of reward and punishment.
KeywordsTemporal Order Human Response BRITISH COLUMBIA Great Suppression Aversive Property
- Logan, F. A., & Wagner, A. R. Reward and punishment. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1965.Google Scholar