Carpentier, Smeets, & Barnes-Holmes, 2004

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Carpentier, F., Smeets, P. M., & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2004). Equivalence-equivalence: Matching stimuli with same discriminative functions. The Psychological Record, 54, 145-162.

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RFT: Empirical
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matching stimuli; same-class elements; different-class elements; discriminative properties; match-to-sample tasks

The Authors, researchers at eh National University of Ireland and Leiden University, conducted a study which examined whether the BC-BC performances could have resulted from matching stimuli with same discriminative (S+, S-) properties. The experiment's findings indicate that the BC-BC performances result from matching same discriminative functions. The implications of these findings for equivalence-equivalence as a model for classical analogies are discussed.

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