Reversal shift performance and the ability to represent stimulus features
This thesis is concerned with the developmental trends in reversal shift performance demonstrated by the Kendlers. Chapter 1 presents the early evidence for the developmental trend together with the ''pre-theoretical" model proposed by the Kendlers to deal with the phenomenon. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5 attempt to summarize recent evidence which, it is felt, generally confirms the early findings of the Kendlers and their colleagues with the reversal shift problem, Chapter 6 presents a more...[Show more]
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