Matching-to-sample as a model of symbolic behavior for bio-behavioral investigations.

Abstract

This paper discusses the use of matching-to-sample as a procedure to investigate symbolic behavior acquisition when studying the evolution of language. It is argued that generalized identity and stimulus classes formed after learning arbitrary interconnected conditional stimulus relationships may be the result of basic pre-symbolic processes. Such aspects… (More)

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