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Acquisition in Paramecium Aurelia during spaced training

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Correspondence to Beatrice Gelber.

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This work was supported, in part, by Grant H-5970, formerly Grant H-3841, fom the National Heart Insitute. The contribution of Mr. Frank Mason who carried out experimental procedures and assisted in developing cultures is gratefully acknowledged. A more complete presentation of theories and findings is in preparation.

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Gelber, B. Acquisition in Paramecium Aurelia during spaced training. Psychol Rec 12, 165–177 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03393454

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