A series of experiments have shown how sorting can be used as a measurement of clustering stimuli. A further step is how to develop more efficient protocols for the formation of equivalence classes it is a need to examine the extent of observing performance on an MTS task will influence the formation of experimenter-defined classes in a sorting test, as well as the formation of equivalence classes in an MTS-based test for emergent relations. The purpose of the series of the current four experiments was to study the effects of sorting of the experimenter-defined classed in participants who have only observed the training and test in an MTS format (Experiments 1, 2, and 3), and only observed the MTS training (Experiment 4). All four experiments were arranged as participants observing video-clips with MTS performance, but the clips included different lengths, the ratio of number correct and incorrect trials, and with and without trials.
Drs Field and de Rose will also present at the symposium, and Dr. Reeve will serve as the discussant.
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|Theoretical and Experimental Aspects of Emergent Stimulus Relations|
|Sunday, May 24, 2020: 3:00 PM–4:50 PM|