The perception of stimulus relations: discrimination learning
The transgenic mice on a control diet exhibited increased memory deficit and anxiety-related behavior, and impairments in spatial learning ability, position discrimination learning
ability and motor coordination in comparison with normal mice on the same diet.
Other subjects are functional adaptive sequential testing, a criterion setting theory of discrimination learning
that accounts for anisotropics and context effects, and kinesthesia in visual orientation discrimination.
Lesions of the vertical lobe impair visual discrimination learning
by observation in Octopus vulgaris.
An explosion of clinical research over the last 20 years based on the early developed behavioral teaching methods such as discrete trials training and discrimination learning
(E.G., Lovass, Koegel & Schriebman, 1979) etc alternative communication methods such as the Picture exchange communication System (PECS) Bondy & Frost 1994) and more recent development of ways to implement Skinner's (1957) behavioral analysis of language (E.G.
The method by which this notion is examined is, in part, the traditional technique of discrimination learning
used by Rudel and Teuber (1963) in their developmental studies.
Peak-shift is observed in generalization tests obtained after discrimination learning
and stimulus class formation are basic and essential processes in the development of complex repertoires of cognitive and symbolic behaviors.
To facilitate discrimination learning
, those four discriminations were first separately trained and then progressively intermixed.
Peak shift discrimination learning
as a mechanism of signal evolution.