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discrimination learning


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discrimination learning n.

discrimination learning n.

Employer Learning and Statistical Discrimination

Relational Discrimination Learning in Pigeons

Relational Discrimination Learning in Pigeons

Discrimination Learning Process in Autism Spectrum Disorders A Comparator Theory

Learning and Discrimination of Individual Cuticular Hydrocarbons by Honeybees (Apis mellifera)

Impaired visuocortical discrimination learning of socially conditioned stimuli in social anxiety

Prenatal Protein Malnutrition and Visual Discrimination Learning in the Sugar Glider, Petaurus breviceps

Application of metabolomics to plant genotype discrimination using statistics and machine learning

Associative Encoding in Anterior Piriform Cortex versus Orbitofrontal Cortex during Odor Discrimination and Reversal Learning

Associative Encoding in Posterior Piriform Cortex during Odor Discrimination and Reversal Learning

Assessing executive functioning skills in the preschool population using the preschool test of discrimination learning

Frontal–Temporal Disconnection Abolishes Object Discrimination Learning Set in Macaque Monkeys

Temporal Discrimination and Parents with Learning Difficulties in the Child Protection System

Olfactory Discrimination Learning in an Outbred and an Inbred Strain of Mice

Characterizing Psychophysical Measures of Discrimination Thresholds and the Effects of Concentration on Discrimination Learning in the Moth Manduca sexta

Perceptual Learning on an Auditory Frequency Discrimination Task by Cats: Association with Changes in Primary Auditory Cortex

Primary CA1 and conditionally immortal MHP36 cell grafts restore conditional discrimination learning and recall in marmosets after excitotoxic lesions of the hippocampal CA1 field

 

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Any form of learning (1) in which the organism has to discriminate between two or more stimuli (1) in order to respond correctly, studies of such learning often being used to establish the capacity of the organism to make certain discriminations. See also peak shift, probability learning.

Subjects: Psychology.


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