Sample-stimulus discriminability and sensitivity to reinforcement in delayed matching to sample.

@article{Jones1992SamplestimulusDA,
  title={Sample-stimulus discriminability and sensitivity to reinforcement in delayed matching to sample.},
  author={Brent Max Jones and K. Geoffrey White},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1992},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={159-72}
}
Five pigeons were trained in a delayed matching-to-sample task with red and green stimuli. The retention interval between sample-stimulus presentation and the availability of the choice stimuli was varied between 0.01 s and 12 s within each session. The probability of food produced by correct-red and correct-green responses was varied across conditions. Sample-stimulus discriminability and response bias were measured at four different retention intervals. The results of these analyses showed an… CONTINUE READING

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