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A re-examination of generalization: Comment

A re-examination of generalization: Comment In his recent paper, Murdock argued that generalization in paired-associate learning started at a maximum and steadily decreased as learning proceeded. There are two points I would like to make with respect to the issues which he discussed. One concerns his criterion of generalization in the paired-associate situation. The other concerns the definition of generalization as a psychological concept. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Psychological Review PsycARTICLES®

A re-examination of generalization: Comment

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In his recent paper, Murdock argued that generalization in paired-associate learning started at a maximum and steadily decreased as learning proceeded. There are two points I would like to make with respect to the issues which he discussed. One concerns his criterion of generalization in the paired-associate situation. The other concerns the definition of generalization as a psychological concept.
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