Volume 13 Num. 2 - June 2013
Stimulus Equivalence Relations and Equivalence-Equivalence Relations: Effects of the Training Structure
Volume 13 Num. 2 - June 2013 - Pages 233-242
Leticia Fiorentini , Sergio Vernis , Mariana Arismendi , Gerardo Primero , Juan Carlos Argibay , Federico S?nchez , ?ngel Tabullo , Enrique Segura , Alberto A. Yorio
The influence of training structure on the formation of equivalence relations and equivalence-equivalence relations was assessed. Three groups learned conditional relations using different training structures: Many to One, One to Many and Linear Series. The results showed a training structure effect on the percentage of correct responses in the equivalence relations test. However, this effect was not observed on the test of equivalence-equivalence relations. These results show that training structure has effects on the formation of equivalence relations, but it has no influence on equivalence-equivalence relations. These findings are analyzed according to the requirements for the formation of equivalence-equivalence relations.
equivalence relations, equivalence-equivalence, training-structure
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