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Problem Solving as Trial and Error Discrimination Learning
General Description of the Problem Solving Task
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ALAN DAVIS anagram problem solving associationistic available response alternatives available switches basic computer simulation concept constancy concept learning creative problem solving discrimination learning distracting switches distractors effect errorless Experiment IV five problems function Gagne Glucksberg habit-family hierarchy human problem solving implicit trial-and-error incorrect responses increasing the number irrelevant Kendler & Kendler Klausmeier light matrix light pairs Maltzman Mandler Mayzner & Tresselt mean response latencies Mean switch presses Mednick number of available number of distracting number of required number of responses number of switches operant-discrimination learning operated overt trial-and-error performance plotted over trials presses per trial pretraining problem-solving behavior problem-solving tasks Psychol red lights reinforced relevant switches required switches response panel S-R relationships solve the problem Ss in Group Staats stimulus switch presses responses switches responses total switch presses trial-and-error learning trials vincentized Type 0 problem University of Wisconsin variables variance on total various response alternatives verbal vincentized into sevenths