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Vicarious trial and error in complex human discrimination

Viviane Marie Bomanji Stone

Vicarious trial and error in complex human discrimination

by Viviane Marie Bomanji Stone

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Association of ideas,
  • Reasoning

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    Statementby Viviane Marie Bomanji Stone
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 leaves :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14975641M

    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, doi: /fnhum, Ryoko Uno, Keisuke Suzuki, and Takashi Ikegami: An Experimental Approach to Speakers' Perspectives in a Paired Wall Game. Advances in Complex Systems15(): - , The ability to apply a lesson learned in one situation to a new situation--for example, a student who has learned to read the word "the" in a book about cows and then goes home and reads the word "the" successfully in a note that a parent left on the counter.

      Relations between different racial discrimination experiences and student mental health, over time. Correlation coefficients between all variables at T1 and T2, as well as demographic differences measured at T1 are presented in Table the bivariate level, and at both time points, direct racism was positively associated with vicarious racism (r T; r T), loneliness (r T1. The concept of vicarious trauma proposes to account for a unique collection of negative experiences among therapists providing therapy to survivors of trauma. Although the intuitive appeal of the construct has prompted several attempts at assessing and understanding the experience of vicarious trauma, research in this area to date has been.

    Vicarious Trauma The construct of vicarious trauma (VT), however, provides a more complex and sophisticated explanation of counselors' reactions to client trauma and has implications for preventing counselors' VT reactions (McCann & Pearlman, ). For example, Schauben and. Start studying chapter 9. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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Vicarious trial and error in complex human discrimination by Viviane Marie Bomanji Stone Download PDF EPUB FB2

The term ‘vicarious trial and error’ as originally suggested by Muenzinger, Gentry and Tolman 1–3 is fraught with meaning, implying imagination, mental time travel and a cognitive search-and-evaluate process. In effect, they were proposing that rats were deliberating over by: Following three days of discrimination training, subjects treated daily with post-training MB (1 mg/kg) reliably discriminated between rewarded (baited) and non-rewarded (unbaited) trials as.

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In previous studies, we found that systemic clonidine, an a2 noradrenergic auto-receptor agonist, which decreases tonic noradrenaline levels (Saunier et al., ), behaviorally and mentally. Absolute bias showed the similar trends with HR choice. A two-way ANOVA revealed significant effects on absolute bias of the reward condition [F(2, 24) =p.

Second, an exploration–exploitation dilemma might be intrinsic in both the decision to “stop and think” (e.g., vicarious trial and error) versus “take action immediately,” which we addressed in this article, and the decision to “explore a new option” versus “exploit the (best) known option,” which is.

A simple "vicarious trial and error" model accounted for both main features of the data. Although human Ss were able to make finer discriminations than monkeys, the distributions of DLs for 2. Task.

The spatial delay-discounting task was run on a T-maze with return rails (Fig. 1a).Rewards were unflavored 45 mg pellets (Research Diets, New Brunswick, NJ) delivered by automated feeders (Med-Associates, St. Albans, VT) at the end of each T-arm.

Object discrimination: Human (human ‘monkey-like’ condition) Choose the rewarded or the unrewarded object and eat the reward in the first case: To choose the object covering the reward: Yes: Better performance than individual learning.

Better learning from human’s errors than human’s correct choices. Isbaine et al., Actor and partner discrimination were associated with poorer health, greater depression, and greater relationship strain. These effects were mediated by higher levels of relationship strain.

Our findings provide insight into the effects of direct and vicarious experiences of discrimination on. Introduction. In a study with rats, Tolman observed that they seemingly hesitated when they had to choose between one of two rooms, one of which contained a reward while the other was empty.

The only cue differentiating the rooms was the color of the doors. A black door indicated that the room provided a reward, and a white door indicated an empty room. T-maze environment used for the experiment. At the beginning of each trial, the robot was placed on the central arm of the maze.

The initial position of the center of the body was originally set to. This book aims to develop the theory of the discrimination process and relate this theory to certain features of the perceptual and cognitive development of the child.

Organized into 21 chapters, this volume starts with a discussion of discrimination process whereby an. Electrolytic lesions were placed in the basolateral, cortical or medial amygdaloid nuclear groups in male deeermice using the stereotaxic atlas for th.

VTE tended to occur in subsequent trials after high-reward trials more than after low-reward trials on the first and second days (Fig. 2E; control group: p =stress group: p =signed-rank test) and on the third day in the control group (Fig. 2F; p =signed-rank test), indicating that advantageous outcomes motivated VTE.

Vicarious Liability for Discrimination Although vicarious liability is predominantly a common law concept, for the purposes of anti-discrimination law, it is enshrined in statute under section Equality Act This states that anything that is done by.

Suppose Tamika looks up a number in the telephone book. After getting a busy signal, a minute or so later she tries to call again - but has already forgotten the number.

This example illustrates the limited duration of _____ memory. sensory working echoic implicit procedural. There is a growing body of evidence linking racial discrimination and juvenile crime, and a number of theories explain this relationship. In this study, we draw on one popular approach, Agnew's general strain theory, and extend prior research by moving from a focus on experienced discrimination to consider two other forms, anticipated and vicarious discrimination.

%"5"‘~‘g Conditions of Learning use. f;~¢,7 7 '* Learning is an important causal factor in development -* Human learning is cumulative Learning of certain skills contributes to the learning of more complex skills * Human learning is both complex and diverse * Learning is set of cognitive processes that transforms the stimulation from the.

Bandura described his theory of social learning as being developed in a context in which "the prevailing analysis of learning focused almost entirely on learning through the effects of one's actions [with] the explanatory mechanisms [cast] in terms of peripheral association of environmental stimuli to responses" (Bandura, a, p.

55). He viewed this type of.of vicarious experience and social modelling, rather than direct experience, was a primary research and development (R&D) focus in Bandura‘s early work.

The sources consulted appear to use the terms `vicarious learning‘, `social learning‘ and `modelling‘ interchangeably to refer to learning that takes place vicariously, through.Subjects. We used three ages of Fisher-Brown Norway (FBNF-1) rats to identify age-related differences in delay discounting and VTE: 5 months (5 mo., n = 6), 9 months (9 mo., n = 8), and older than 27 months (>27 mo., n = 10) old.

Rats were individually housed in home cages in a temperature-controlled room, maintained at no less than 80% of their free-feeding body weight for the duration.