Primary stimulus generalization and secondary extinction as a function of strength of conditioning of a conditioned avoidance response
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1958 - Conditioned response - 88 pages
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01 level 20 trials acquis acquisition levels Analysis of variance avoidance conditioning Bartlett's test Bass and Hull Brogden cage-turning response cent relative classical conditioning conditioned reflex conditioned responses CONDITIONING Figure conditioning groups conditioning level conditioning situation conditioning wheel day's testing decreases with level df Mean Square ditioning DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Duncan Range test experiment extinction criterion extinction scores extinguished failure to respond frequencies function of strength given extinction training goal box Hovland Hullian ization less responses level of acquisition level of conditioning level of significance mean number measure non-response extinction null hypothesis number of responses number of trials ohms Pavlov Psychol reinforcing relative primary stimulus resistance to secondary responses to extinction secondary ex shock shown in Table Source df Mean Square F Strength square root transformation strength of conditioning studies subgroups test tone thesis Thompson tinction total responses tween University of Wisconsin