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ERIC Number: EJ129916
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1975
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Effects of Two Levels of Stimulus Complexity upon Hypothesis Sampling Systems among Second and Sixth Grade Children
Gholson, Barry; Danziger, Sheldon
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 20, 1, 105-118, Aug 75
Second and sixth grade children solved a series of four-and eight-dimensional discrimination learning problems dictating selection of hypotheses which could be monitored by means of blank trials. Differential effects of stimulus complexity upon the performance of the two age groups are discussed. (GO)
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