Behavioral momentum and multiple stimulus control topographies
Mental and Social Health | Neuroscience and Neurobiology | Psychiatry and Psychology
We have analyzed many discrimination learning difficulties as reflecting multiple stimulus control topographies (SCTs). Nevin & Grace's analysis offers new variables to consider in the design of stimulus-control shaping procedures and cross-setting generalization of newly established behavior. A multiple-SCT perspective also suggests that fixed-trial discrimination procedures may offer advantages for reconciling momentum theory and partial reinforcement extinction effects.
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Citation: McIlvane, W. J., & Dube, W. V. (2000). Behavioral momentum and multiple stimulus control topographies. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 109-110.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
McIlvane, William J. and Dube, William V., "Behavioral momentum and multiple stimulus control topographies" (2000). Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center Publications. 29.