Emergence of Conditional Stimulus Relations and Transfer of Respondent Eliciting Functions Among Compound Stimuli

@article{Augustson2000EmergenceOC,
  title={Emergence of Conditional Stimulus Relations and Transfer of Respondent Eliciting Functions Among Compound Stimuli},
  author={Erik M. Augustson and Michael J. Dougher and Michael R. Markham},
  journal={The Psychological Record},
  year={2000},
  volume={50},
  pages={745-770}
}
  • Erik M. Augustson, Michael J. Dougher, Michael R. Markham
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • The Psychological Record
  • Previous research has demonstrated that conditioned elicitation functions can transfer via stimulus equivalence classes. However, thus far investigations in this area have been limited to stimulus equivalence classes involving single element stimuli. This study attempted to demonstrate the transfer of eliciting functions via emergent relations involving compound stimuli. Eight college students participated in this study. Six of these participated in all experimental procedures, while the… CONTINUE READING

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