Lumsden, Ernest

UNCG

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Behaviors observed during S- in a simple discrimination learning task 1974 206 The behavioral criterion of "discrimination" is met when some type of differential responding is observed. Differential performance may be conceptualized as different strengths of a given response where strength is reflected in some quantitative dime...
The relevance of an adequate concept of "bigger" for the investigation of size conservation : a methodological critique 1968 9 The hypothesis examined by the present experiment was "that a multidimensional concept of 'bigger1 is a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for a child to evidence size conservation." To assure that a sufficient number of children had an adequat...
Object orientation as a dimension for stimulus generalization 1969 34 The primary purpose of the present investigation was to determine if the complex stimulus continuum of orientation of a three-dimensional object could serve as a dimension for stimulus generalization. Having confirmed the behavioral dimensionality of...
Investigation of the source of stimulus control as a function of the number of negative training stimuli 1972 6 S-'s) presented during differential training. The stimuli employed in both studies were complex, three-dimensional objects. The first experiment was performed to determine whether or not rates to a novel stimulus was a function of the number of diffe...