Naming in conditional discrimination and stimulus equivalence.

@article{Saunders1989NamingIC,
  title={Naming in conditional discrimination and stimulus equivalence.},
  author={Kathryn Saunders},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1989},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={379-84}
}
  • Kathryn Saunders
  • Published 1989 in Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
Using a matching-to-sample procedure, McIntire, Cleary, and Thompson (1987) taught monkeys the conditional relations A1-R1-A1-R1, A2-R2-A2-R2, A1-R1-B1-R1, A2-R2-B2-R2, B1-R1-C1-R1, and B2-R2-C2-R2, where the first and third terms in each relation refer to the sample and comparison stimuli, respectively, and the second and last terms refer to the emission of a distinctive pattern of responding. The subjects were then tested for the emergent relations A-C, C-A, B-A, C-B, and B-B, with the… CONTINUE READING

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