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Effects of various stimulus variables on the Zöllner illusion were investigated. 1) The illusion was maximal when both the stimulus figure and the comparison stimulus were oriented 45 degrees to the vertical. 2) It decreased as the gap between the oblique lines and the parallel lines increased,...
This investigation compares overt judgments about tenable hypotheses to choices in a concept identification task, as a function of stimulus similarity on successive trials. The most frequent error in processing information was the failure to eliminate a dimension when both hypotheses associated...
It is shown 1. that subjects are sensitive to appropriateness conditions governing the use of IF sentences, 2. that different sorts of IF sentences elicit quite different distributions of paraphrases, and 3. that subjects often accept the obverse of a conditional as following from it and IF NOT...
Albino rats under either a daily high (2 gms) or moderate (12 gms) food deprivation condition were presented stimuli at the termination of reinforced fixed ratio bar press response chains. Within each drive group, half the animals received a session of brief light-off stimuli accompanied by...
Acoustical and visual images were introduced as a distractor task during the retention of words which have been presented in the acoustical and visual mode. The memory material consisted of three classes of nouns which differed as to the ease with which their referent could be imagined in the...
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