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Observation of an overtraining reversal effect (ORE) seems to be favored by the use of exteroceptive discriminative stimuli while training on a position response most frequently results in no ORE or a reverse ORE. The review of this literature is preceded by reviews of the literature on...
"Learning-theory" interpretations of neuroses and the behavioral treatment techniques based on these interpretations are critically reviewed. The particular learning principles advocated by the behavior-therapy group are found to be outmoded and unable to account for evidence from laboratory...
Electromagnetic energy is an important factor in the biophysical analysis of the properties and function of living systems. Due to technical advances in electronics, this energy is now being used as a research tool, both by study of its emission by living organisms and also by applying it to the...
Content analysis traditionally implies a limited set of criteria and procedures, comprising what is here called the classical model. Some studies of therapeutic interviews have deviated from 1 or more of these prescriptions, leading to debate about their methodological status. This paper argues...
This paper reviews research on the phenomenon of incidental (INC) learning with particular attention to differences in degree between the functional relations pertaining to INC and intentional (INT) learning. The nature of orienting instructions and resultant differential cue-producing responses...
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