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The transfer of respondent eliciting and extinction functions through stimulus equivalence classes.
Two studies investigated the transfer of respondent elicitation through equivalence classes. In Experiment 1, match-to-sample procedures were used to teach 8 subjects two four-member equivalenceExpand
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Instructions, multiple schedules, and extinction: Distinguishing rule-governed from schedule-controlled behavior.
Schedule sensitivity has usually been examined either through a multiple schedule or through changes in schedules after steady-state responding has been established. This study compared the effectsExpand
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Protocol analysis of the correspondence of verbal behavior and equivalence class formation.
In two equivalence experiments, a "think aloud" procedure modeled after Ericsson and Simon's (1980) protocol analysis was implemented to examine subjects' covert verbal responses during matching toExpand
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Transfer of Consequential Functions VIA Stimulus Equivalence: Generalization to Different Testing Contexts
This study investigated the role of generalization in the transfer of consequential functions through stimulus equivalence classes. In Phase 1, 12 subjects were trained in AB, AC conditionalExpand
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A logical functional analysis of reinforcement-based disorders: alcoholism and pedophilia.
This article discusses a nomothetic functional strategy, termed logical functional analysis, as an approach to the refinement of the structural diagnostic categories of the Diagnostic and StatisticalExpand
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Recreational ecstasy use and depression
Research in laboratory animals has shown that 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or ecstasy) destroys serotonergic axons in the brain at certain doses. Serotonin is known to take part in theExpand
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Contextual control of equivalence-based transformation of functions.
The transformation of functions refers to the untrained acquisition of stimulus functions among members of stimulus equivalence classes or relational frames. Although it is widely assumed thatExpand
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Potential applications of relational frame theory to natural language systems
The task of achieving competent artificial natural language systems is enormous. Expand
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Third-Order Equivalence Classes
Two experiments were conducted to examine the emergence of third-order equivalence classes. In Experiment 1, college students were trained in three successive phases to perform first-, second-, andExpand
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Contextual control by function and form of transfer of functions.
This study investigated conditions leading to contextual control by stimulus topography over transfer of functions. Three 4-member stimulus equivalence classes, each consisting of four (A, B, C, D)Expand
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