Influencing children's pregambling game playing via conditional discrimination training.

@article{Johnson2009InfluencingCP,
  title={Influencing children's pregambling game playing via conditional discrimination training.},
  author={Taylor E Johnson and Mark R. Dixon},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={
          73-81
        }
}
Past research has demonstrated a transformation of stimulus functions under similar conditions using gambling tasks and adults (e.g., Zlomke & Dixon, 2006), and the present study attempted to extend this research. Experimenters exposed 7 children (ages 7 to 10 years) to a simulated board game with concurrently available dice differing only by color. Following initial exposure to the game, participants were trained to discriminate between two contextual cues representing the relational frames of… CONTINUE READING

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