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Emergence of large equivalence classes as a function of training structures

Ayres Pereira, Vanessa; Arntzen, Erik

Sociedad Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, publicado en Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Ayres Pereira, Vanessa, et al. (2019). Emergence of large equivalence classes as a function of training structures. Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta; Vol 45, No 1 2019. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/4111643

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Autor(es)
Ayres Pereira, Vanessa; Arntzen, Erik
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
Título
Emergence of large equivalence classes as a function of training structures
Fecha
2019-06-01
Resumen
This experiment compared the outcomes of two training structures on the emergence of three 7-member equivalence classes. seventeen adults were exposed to the many-to-one (mto) and another 17 to the one-to-many (otm) training structure. the mto group trained the baseline relations ba, ca, da, ea, fa, and ga, and the otm group trained ab, ac, ad, ae, af, and ag. after mastering the baseline, a test evaluated the maintenance of baseline and the emergence of symmetry and equivalence relations, under a simultaneous protocol. as a result, fifteen out of seventeen (88%) participants in both groups demonstrated stimulus equivalence. there was no significant difference between groups in the average number of training trials required to learn the baseline relations, nor in accuracy in emergent test trials. the mto group was characterized by faster response speed in baseline training and test trials. every participant who failed in the mto group had persistent errors before four, five, or six out of the 18 sample stimuli during the training, while participants who failed in the otm group had varied baseline acquisition patterns.|this experiment compared the outcomes of two training structures on the emergence of three 7-member equivalence classes. seventeen adults were exposed to the many-to-one (mto) and another 17 to the one-to-many (otm) training structure. the mto group trained the baseline relations ba, ca, da, ea, fa, and ga, and the otm group trained ab, ac, ad, ae, af, and ag. after mastering the baseline, a test evaluated the maintenance of baseline and the emergence of symmetry and equivalence relations, under a simultaneous protocol. as a result, fifteen out of seventeen (88%) participants in both groups demonstrated stimulus equivalence. there was no significant difference between groups in the average number of training trials required to learn the baseline relations, nor in accuracy in emergent test trials. the mto group was characterized by faster response speed in baseline training and test trials. every participant who failed in the mto group had persistent errors before four, five, or six out of the 18 sample stimuli during the training, while participants who failed in the otm group had varied baseline acquisition patterns.
Tema
Training structures; many; to; one; one; to; many; class size; stimulus equivalence; human participants; training structures; many; to; one; one; to; many; class size; stimulus equivalence; human participants
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ISSN
ISSN: 0185-4534; ISSN electrónico: 2007-0802

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