stimulus generalization

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Synonyms for stimulus generalization

(psychology) transfer of a response learned to one stimulus to a similar stimulus

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The effect of this change on the magnitude of taste aversion was compared with the typical latent inhibition of pre-exposed groups without temporal-contextual changes and with non-pre-exposed groups.
Food aversion learning in sheep: persistence of conditioned taste aversions to palatable shrubs (Cercocarpus montanus and Amelanchier alnifolia).
ABA, AAB and ABC renewal in taste aversion learning.
Researchers disagree on this issue in poison-based taste aversion learning.
This study examined the effects of Magtein, a novel, self-affirmed Generally Recognized As Safe, non-GMO magnesium compound, on controlled taste aversion (CTA) extinction and spontaneous recovery.
Differential involvement of cortical muscarinic and NMDA receptors in short- and long-term taste aversion memory.
Optical detection of neuromodulatory effects of conditioned taste aversion in the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis.
Novel tastes elevate c-fos expression in the central amygdala and insular cortex: implication for taste aversion learning.
Thus, once lever pressing for a sucrose reward becomes habitual in this sense, induced taste aversion or unlimited exposure to sucrose prior to a probe test--conducted with the lever extended but without the presentation of a reward--will not reduce the rate of lever pressing compared with controls that did not receive the devaluation treatment.
A conditioned taste aversion paradigm was employed to test the detection threshold of linoleic acid.
An experimental evaluation of using taste aversion to control sheep loss due to coyote predation.
The long-term effects of conditioned taste aversion could have widespread implications," says Nicolaus.
Ader & Cohen, 1982), raising the possibility that taste aversion contributes to the strength of conditioned responding (see below).
The avoidance of toxic prey, known as conditioned taste aversion (GTA), began after the blackbirds were exposed to the contaminated worms for one day.