Flashcards in Derived stimulus relations Deck (12):
Matching stimuli on the basis of physical similarity.
eg 'APPLE and 'APPLE'
Matching stimuli which bear no physical resemblance.
eg. an apple and a banana (fruit)
Pure identity matching 'reflection'
Bi-directionaliy of A-B relation
A-C relation emergerd
Combined symmetry and transitivity
All stimuli become equivalent to each other as they refer to the same thing
A = class member (picture, text, speech)
1 = class type (dog, cat etc.)
3 chimps taught and tested with identity matching tasks. Were taught arbitrary relations and tested for symmetry. Failed tests for symmetry as could not reverse the arbitrary trained relation.
Dugdale and Lowe (2000)
Same as symmetry
Same as transitivity