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Author: Brian J Fellows
Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 1968.
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The Discrimination Process and Development, Volume 5 covers the fields of behavioral theory and experimental child psychology. This book aims to develop the theory of the discrimination process and relate this theory to certain features of the perceptual and cognitive development of the child. Organized into 21 chapters, this volume starts with a discussion of discrimination process whereby an organism responds to  Read more...
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Fellows, Brian J.
Discrimination Process and Development : International Series of Monographs in Experimental Psychology.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©1968
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brian J Fellows
ISBN: 9781483153667 1483153665
OCLC Number: 895421899
Notes: Errors of reversal in reading.
Description: 1 online resource (231 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; The Discrimination Process and Development; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; PREFACE; CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION; THE DISCRIMINATION PROCESS; DISCRIMINATION LEARNING; DISCRIMINATION AND DEVELOPMENT; CHAPTER 2. CLASSICAL THEORIES OFDISCRIMINATION LEARNING; PRE-SOLUTION BEHAVIOUR; NON-CONTINUITY THEORY; CONTINUITY THEORY; SPENCE AND RECEPTOR ORIENTING ACTS; CONCLUSION; CHAPTER 3. ORIENTING ACTIVITY INDISCRIMINATION IN ANIMALS; WYCKOFF'S OBSERVING RESPONSE; GOODWIN-LAWRENCE DIMENSION ORIENTINGRESPONSE; PRE- AND POST-RECEPTION RESPONSES; VICARIOUS TRIAL AND ERROR. Chapter 4. orienting and attention inchildrenkurtz's observing response; zeaman-house attention deficiency theory; attention-controlling techniques; chapter 5. attention, strategies and age; eye movements during discriminationlearning; white's account of discrimination learning; position habits; hierarchy theory of sense modalities; control of position habits and age; age shifts and the regression hypothesis; hypothesis regression duringmatching-to-sample; chapter 6. orienting and planning; the orientation reaction; zaporozhets and orienting behaviourin children. How orienting behaviour facilitatesdiscriminationplans and images in behaviour; chapter 7. s-r spatial contiguity andorienting; polidora-fletcher three-stage model ofdiscrimination learning; chapter 8. switching-in stimulus analysersand coding responses; sutherland-mackintosh two-stage theoryof discrimination learning; issue of perceptual learning; lawrence's coding response hypothesis; chapter 9. discrimination training and theacquired distinctiveness of cueshypothesis; training a difficult discrimination; transfer of a discrimination along acontinuum; stimulus predifferentiation. Acquired distinctiveness ofcues hypothesischapter 10. programming a discrimination; response programming by shaping; stimulus programming by fading; hively's stimulus programming in amatching task; role of errors in learning; chapter 11. mediational processes andlanguage; development of language as a mediator; verbal control of child behaviour; a programme for the verbal control ofmatching behaviour; conclusion; chapter 12. kendler's model of discriminationperformance; the task; kendler's symbolic response; the findings; interaction of behaviour chains; chapter 13. the matching-to-sample task. Advantages of matching for analysislashley's work on matching in rats; the orienting response in matching; oddity responding; chapter 14. a model of matching anddiscrimination performance; assumptions; model of main sequence of events inmatching; model of events leading to the orientingresponses; temporal relationships of the events inmatching; a model of approach-avoidance discriminationperformance; differential control over postulatedoperations in matching model; chapter 15. the perceptual process; definition of orientation; chapter 16. perception of orientation bychildren.

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The Discrimination Process and Development, Volume 5 covers the fields of behavioral theory and experimental child psychology. This book aims to develop the theory of the discrimination process and relate this theory to certain features of the perceptual and cognitive development of the child. Organized into 21 chapters, this volume starts with a discussion of discrimination process whereby an organism responds to differences between stimuli. This text then discusses the classical discrimination experiment whereby it employs two discriminative stimuli, one of which is positive and the other n.

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