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BD IX rats were trained to avoid a black and white compartment which was associated with gentling. The rats were given 12 acquisition sessions in which they were stroked if they remained in the critical compartment at the end of the fifteen 20-sec intervals during the 5-min test period. The...
Three experiments are reported involving transfer of effects of different types of visual distortion: lateral displacement, linear extent, and visual rotation. Transfer between different body parts and between different dimensions of space occur but to varying degrees. These are interpreted in...
It was argued that Hörmann's hypothesis leading to his study in German negation was based on an inference incompatible with the conception of transformational grammar and that his findings could be more appropriately interpreted in terms of transformational grammar than in terms of storage load...
The notion of “level of processing” sensu Posner is critically examined. It is proposed to distinguish between two kinds of non-visual coding of visually presented verbal material: explicit (viz. instruction-produced) and implicit or latent non-visual coding. The latter is supposed to go on...
Parks Kritik beruht, meiner Ansicht nach, auf einem entscheidenden Mißverständnis meiner Intentionen: es geht mir überhaupt nicht um eine Argumentation gegen eine Transformationsgrammatik à la Chomsky, und nicht einmal in erster Linie gegen die Absicht mancher Psycholinguisten, eine derartige...
The constancy of object orientation was investigated by tilting S backwards at angles of 0°, 25°, 50°, or 75° in the median plane in order to match a line target, previously presented with S upright. The orientation of the target was either 0° (vertical), 30° or 60° (top toward S). The task...
Relationships between proneness to behavioral stereotypy (Ster) measured in a problem-solving task (electromaze) and decision-making behavior (under conditions of risk and certainty, chance and skill) were investigated using 64 subjects. Subjects more stereotyped in the electromaze (Ster
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