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Psychological Record

2012 Volume 62, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Training and Deriving Precalculus Relations: A Small-Group, Web-Interactive Approach

    Jenny McGinty, Chris Ninness, Glen McCuller, Robin Rumph, Andrea Goodwin, Ginger Kelso, Angie Lopez & Elizabeth Kelly

    A small-group, web-interactive approach to teaching precalculus concepts was investigated. Following an online pretest, 3 participants were given a brief (15 min) presentation on the details of... More

    pp. 225-242

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  2. Titration of Limited Hold to Comparison in Conditional Discrimination Training and Stimulus Equivalence Testing

    Erik Arntzen & Silje Haugland

    Reaction time (RT), thought to be important for acquiring a full understanding of the establishment of equivalence classes, has been reported in a number of studies within the area of stimulus... More

    pp. 243-261

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  3. Measuring Joint Stimulus Control by Complex Graph/Description Correspondences

    Lanny Fields & Jack Spear

    Joint stimulus control occurs when responding is determined by the correspondence of elements of a complex sample and a complex comparison stimulus. In academic settings, joint stimulus control of ... More

    pp. 279-293

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