generalized oddity problem

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A form of serial learning (2) in which, in order to solve an oddity problem, an organism has to generalize a principle established in a series of earlier oddity problems with different sets of stimuli, as when the general principle is that the reward is always in the smallest container.

Subjects: Psychology.

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