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  • RESEARCH 4 BUSINESS 2016, Ljubljana, 5 and 6 of May 2016

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    Although diffuse attribution of incentive salience would be both psychologically and behaviorally activating, without associative direction it would not be sufficient to guide viagra overdose (bts) behavior toward a specific goal. Conditioned stimuli (and unconditioned stimuli) are always compared against past associative memories. Without the direction provided viagra overdose (bts) by associative learning, incentive salience could not be focused on any single target.

    Familiar conditioned stimuli that have been paired with incentive salience attribution in the past are the target of incentive salience when encountered again, especially when an animal is in particular physiological states (indicated by the arrow from Physiological ‘Drive’ Cues). Incentive salience assigned to conditioned stimuli must be further ‘reboosted’ each time they are paired again with salience activation (indicated by the dashed arrow from the incentive salience attributor to associative learning).