Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
Cramer, Robert E.
A social analog of a short-delay conditioning paradigm in Pavlovian learning was used to test the prediction that under certain conditions, human causal judgments would reflect acquired response properties that can be either increased (augmented) or decreased (discounted). The learning experiment was masked by describing it as a study testing a computerized employee evaluation system.
Nieri, Lia Jean, "Conditioned acquisition and augmenting effects in causal attributions for employee performance" (1995). Theses Digitization Project. 985.