Verbal Behavior and Learning: Problems and Processes: Proceedings

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INDEX
Abbreviation effect, 191
Ability, 114
verbal, 92
Aborn, M., 192, 196
Abstraction, 51, 53 (See also Selective attention)
Acquaintance, 76
Acquired distinctiveness of stimuli, 124, 131, 141, 145
Acquired equivalence, of responses, 216 of stimuli, 141, 144, 216
Acquisition, 49, 138, 147
formula for, 113
and meaningfulness, 146
Adams, P. A., 269, 271
Adamson, R., 287, 289
Adaptation of cues, 53
Affectivity, 77
All-or-none theory, acquisition, 295
Estes-Burke, 363
item difficulty, 331
and item selection, 303
and probability of retrieval, 324
response competition, 297
retention, 296
and transfer, 316
and uncontrolled rehearsal, 302
Alliteration, 77
Allport, F. H., 80, 94, 95, 115, 120, 291
Alluisi, A. E., 359, 369
Alphabetical-sequence habits, 132
Anagrams, 287
Anderson, L., 136, 154
Anderson, N. S., 356, 368
Anticipatory response-stimulus mechanism (rg-sg), 265
Archer, E. J., 89, 90, 112, 113, 115, 120, 151, 206
Arnoult, M. D., 102, 115, 140, 151
Asch, S. E., 372, 373
Association, immediate, 213
Association responses, 136, 140, 145, 149
covert and overt, 132
Association value, 37, 112, 119, 128
Archer norms for, 206
and meaningfulness, 87
Associationism, 376
Associationists, British, 80, 121, 210, 212
Associations, backward, 41, 42, 157, 217
forward, 157
free, 211
immediate, 213
mediate (see Mediate association)
remote, 48, 359
simultaneous, 338, 339
Associative arousal, 6, 212, 214
Associative effect, 371
Associative fluency, 92
Associative hierarchies, 135, 141, 147, 211
overlap of, 149,226
Associative satiation, 231
Associative strength, interitem, 346
Assonance, 77
Atkinson, R. C., 55, 67
Attention, 3, 6, 8, 268
Attention cathexis, 6, 268
Attneave, F., 62, 67
Aufgaben, 7, 258, 290
Austin, G. A., 62, 67
Averbach, E., 356, 358-359, 368
Background conditioning, 343, 348, 351, 361
as associative mechanism, 8
and cue learning, differences between, 366
and recognition, 348 (See also Context)

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