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Differential classical eyelid conditioning as a function of CS intensity, CS rise time, and interstimulus interval



Differential classical eyelid conditioning as a function of CS intensity, CS rise time, and interstimulus interval



Journal of Experimental Psychology 82(2): 272-278




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PMID: 5378046

DOI: 10.1037/h0028214


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