|The influence of training structure and instructions on generalized stimulus equivalence classes and typicality effects
||Three experiments were conducted using different training structures and two sets of
instructions in an attempt to systematically replicate previous findings of equivalence and
typicality effects. Although each experiment used a different training ...
|Training structure, naming and typically effects in equivalence class formation
||While equivalence is a well-documented phenomenon, its basis is of considerable debate.
The current experiment looked at the effects of training structure and naming in the
acquisition of conditional discriminations and equivalence-class formation....
|The effects of outcome reversals on children's conditional discrimination, equivalence, and reinforcer-probe performances
||Previous studies have shown that class-specific reinforcers are critical not only to the
establishment but also to the maintenance of conditional discriminations. However, this effect
has yet to be tested with humans. In Experiment 1, normally capa...