Tested interocular transfer in 4 split-chiasm cats, in a free-choice situation, and after reintroduction of differential reinforcement in accord or in conflict with the original conditions of training with the 1st eye (tests of relearning and reversal learning). While there was little evidence for interocular carry-over of training in the free-choice situation, the presence of veridical interocular transfer was demonstrated by the fact that relearning through the 2nd eye took consistently fewer trials and errors than did previous learning through the 1st eye. However, reversal learning with the 2nd eye took consistently more trials and errors than did original learning with the 1st eye. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved). © 1970 American Psychological Association.

Veridical interocular transfer of lateral mirror-image discriminations in split-chiasm cats

Berlucchi G.;Marzi C. A.
1970

Abstract

Tested interocular transfer in 4 split-chiasm cats, in a free-choice situation, and after reintroduction of differential reinforcement in accord or in conflict with the original conditions of training with the 1st eye (tests of relearning and reversal learning). While there was little evidence for interocular carry-over of training in the free-choice situation, the presence of veridical interocular transfer was demonstrated by the fact that relearning through the 2nd eye took consistently fewer trials and errors than did previous learning through the 1st eye. However, reversal learning with the 2nd eye took consistently more trials and errors than did original learning with the 1st eye. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved). © 1970 American Psychological Association.
split chiasm, veridical interocular transfer of mirror-image discriminations, cat;
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