Brenda Connell

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Compared to rats that were given three daily sessions of habituation to a laboratory environment, non-habituated rats were behaviourally less reactive when pain was produced by 0.05 ml of 2.5% formalin injected s.c. in one hindpaw. This behavioural analgesia was equivalent to that produced by approximately 2.0 mg/kg morphine and was interpreted as analgesia(More)
Overgeneralization occurs when a child uses the wrong word to name an object and is often observed in the early stages of word learning. We develop a method to elicit overgeneralizations in the laboratory by priming children to say the names of objects perceptually similar to known and unknown target objects. Experiment 1 examined 18 two-year-old children's(More)
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