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Lecture 25-Outline

Lecture 25-Outline - IV Language in Non-humans A Goals B...

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Experimental Psychology- Learning Lecture 25 Outline I. Introduction A. Announcements B. Overview II. Transitive Inference A. Cognition? B. Basic Conditioning C. Value Transfer III. Food Storage in Birds A. Clark’s Nutcracker- Evidence of WHERE B. Scrub Jays- Evidence of WHAT and WHEN
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Language in Non-humans A. Goals B. Training Procedures 1. Model-Rival 2. Signing 3. Lexigrams C. Linguistic Competence 1. Vocabulary 2. Grammar 3. Comprehension of Novel Sentences...
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