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The role of observing responses in the formation of discrimination learning sets
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120 problems Analysis of Variance animals blocks of problems compartment concept of observing contingent correct responses correct stimulus decrease degree of discrimination discrimination learning sets discrimination problems discrimination situations discriminative stimuli experimental exposure Figures 17 food magazine four 10 second Group Ro half-pip increase indicates interproblem learning key pecking learned to criterion learning and observing learning curves learning set development learning set formation level of confidence level of observing LS group LS/Ro group null hypothesis number of problems number of trials observing response curves observing response development operant observing response Overall Linear Trend Overall Trend overlearning pedal pressing pigeon position habit present experiment primate problem block problem learning proportion record responses and discrimination Ro condition Ro group second intervals significant single problem six criterion problems small number solved all six Source d.f. Sums Squares Mean Square stamp counter sub-primate subgroups Summary Table Extended Sums of Squares three subjects tion Wyckoff