José E. Callejas-Aguilera

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University of Jaén, Jaén, Andalucía, Spain 
Area:
Human learning; context-switch effects
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Ogallar PM, Rosas JM, Ramos-Álvarez MM, et al. (2019) Prior Extinction Increases Acquisition Context Specificity in Human Predictive Learning. Behavioural Processes. 103984
Alcalá JA, Callejas-Aguilera JE, Nelson JB, et al. (2019) Reversal training facilitates acquisition of new learning in a Morris water maze. Learning & Behavior
Alcalá JA, Callejas-Aguilera JE, Lamoureux JA, et al. (2019) Discrimination reversal facilitates subsequent acquisition of temporal discriminations in rats' appetitive conditioning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
González G, Alcalá JA, Callejas-Aguilera JE, et al. (2019) Experiencing Extinction with a Non-Target Cue Facilitates Reversal of a Target Conditioned Inhibitor in Human Predictive Learning. Behavioural Processes. 103898
Callejas-Aguilera JE, Cubillas CP, Rosas JM. (2019) Attentional instructions modulate differential context-switch effects after short and long training in human predictive learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Aristizabal JA, Ramos-Álvarez MM, Callejas-Aguilera JE, et al. (2017) Testing a cue outside the training context increases attention to the contexts and impairs performance in human predictive learning. Behavioural Processes. 145: 31-36
Cuenya L, Sabariego M, Donaire R, et al. (2016) Exploration of a novel object in late adolescence predicts novelty-seeking behavior in adulthood: Associations among behavioral responses in four novelty-seeking tests Behavioural Processes. 125: 34-42
Aristizabal JA, Ramos-Álvarez MM, Callejas-Aguilera JE, et al. (2015) Attention to Irrelevant Contexts Decreases as Training Increases: Evidence from Eye-Fixations in a Human Predictive Learning Task. Behavioural Processes
Manzo L, Gómez MJ, Callejas-Aguilera JE, et al. (2014) Relationship between ethanol preference and sensation/novelty seeking. Physiology & Behavior. 133: 53-60
Bernal-Gamboa R, Rosas JM, Callejas-Aguilera JE. (2014) Experiencing extinction within a task makes nonextinguished information learned within a different task context-dependent. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 803-8
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