A discrete-trials/fixed-interval method of discrimination training
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An efficient new method of discrimination training is described which has several advantages over older free-operant and discrete-trials procedures. Illustrative data on reversal learning in pigeons and goldfish are presented.
KeywordsBehavior Research Method Stimulus Duration Discriminative Stimulus Discrimination Training Reversal Learning
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