By Roger T. Davis, Leonard A. Rosenblum
Read Online or Download Monkeys As Perceivers PDF
Similar nonfiction_12 books
The Mysterious Island tells the interesting tale of 5 american citizens stranded on an uncharted island within the South Pacific. throughout the American Civil conflict, Richmond, Virginia was once the capital of the accomplice States of the United States. 5 northern prisoners of warfare choose to get away Richmond in a slightly strange method - by means of hijacking a balloon.
- Compounds Between Rare Earth Elements and 3d, 4d or 5d Elements
- Magnetic transition metals
- Neurobiological Bases of Abnormal Aggression and Violent Behaviour
- Orgonomic Functionalism - Vol IV
- ABC im Walde
Additional resources for Monkeys As Perceivers
Transfer testing involved presenting every animal with variable stimuli between 20 and 90 cm 2 intermixed with the large and small standard stimuli. As in training, the sample was matched to a large stimulus on one side and a small one on the other, interchanging left- and right-hand positions in a random order. Half of the human 5s were given each stimulus size on eight different 38 III. SPACE PERCEPTION occasions in a different random order and instructed to assign Ranks 1 through 10. The other half made a dichotomous judgment of small or large with stimuli 10-100 cm after the smallest and largest stimuli were presented as standards.
Ill-1. The tall cylinder is singly represented and reinforced. 25-inch steps on succeeding critical trials from identity with one of the standards to identity with the other. For example, when the variable object was identical to the short standard on the first critical trial, the tall standard was singly represented and selected by 5 as the odd object. On subsequent transfer trials the variable center object became increasingly similar to the tall standard. As the variable stimulus became intermediate between the height of the short and tall standards, S vacillated (VTEed) then shifted.
II-5a. Visual scanning shown by nine stumptail monkeys in their home cages and under two conditions of novelty. The subjects were observed under each condition for four consecutive days. In Chang-Yit (1968). 60 < 50 τ—i—r Ί—I—Γ T 1 1—Γ , I st PERIOD i 2nd PERIOD -I < 40 30 20 Ld 10 < LU
Monkeys As Perceivers by Roger T. Davis, Leonard A. Rosenblum