Rats were trained on two biconditional discrimination tasks, in two different contexts, and were rewarded with two different outcomes. At test, they received presentations of audiovisual compounds of these training stimuli, in extinction. These compounds were formed in such way that the individual elements had dictated either the same (congruent trials) or different (incongruent trials) responses...
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