By Stewart H. Hulse (auth.), Stephen B. Fountain, Michael D. Bunsey, Joseph H. Danks, Michael K. McBeath (eds.)
Animal Cognition and Sequential habit: Behavioral, organic, andComputational Perspectives brings jointly psychologists learning cognitive ability in animal and human matters, connectionist theorists, and neuroscientists who've a standard curiosity in realizing functionality and disorder within the realm of complicated cognitive habit. during this quantity, dialogue makes a speciality of behavioral, cognitive, psychobiological, and computational methods to figuring out the combination of ongoing habit, with specific awareness to versions of timing and the association of sequential behavior.
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Training the sequence in a forward manner (A, A~B, A~B~C, A~B~C~D) avoids this problem. After learning to respond to A, the subject is trained to respond to displays of A and B in the sequence A~B. Since repetitive responses were not treated as errors, the only consequence of additional responses to A is to prolong the trial. Eventually, the subject responds to B and the trial ends with reinforcement. The same process is repeated when C & D are introduced. 's findings by evaluating subjects' knowledge of associations between non-adjacent items.
The top portion of Figure 9 shows the latency of responding to the first item of a two-item H. S. Terrace 37 2-ltem Subset Test 100 90 I- o 80 w 70 0::: 0::: 60 0 o IZ 50 w 40 o 0::: w 30 a. 20 10 0 AB AC AD AE BC BD BE CD CE DE • Monkeys (n=4) (D'Amato & Colombo, 1988) LIJ Pigeons (n=5) (Terrace, 1987) Figure 8. Average percentage of correct responses to each of the ten 2-item subsets that can be derived from 5-item lists by monkeys (D'Amato and Colombo, 1988) and pigeons (Terrace, 1987). subset.
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