Not all same-diVerent discriminations are created equal: Evidence contrary to a unidimensional account of same-diVerent learning

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In Experiment 1, we trained four pigeons to concurrently discriminate displays of 16 same icons (16S) from displays of 16 diVerent icons (16D) as well as between displays of same icons (16S) from displays that contained 15 same icons and one diVerent icon (15S:1D). The birds rapidly learned to discriminate 16S vs. 16D displays, but they failed to learn to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gibson2005NotAS, title={Not all same-diVerent discriminations are created equal: Evidence contrary to a unidimensional account of same-diVerent learning}, author={Brett M Gibson and Edward Wasserman and Robert G. Cook}, year={2005} }