Grey & Barnes, 1996

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Grey, I., & Barnes, D. (1996). Stimulus equivalence and attitudes. The Psychological Record, 46, 243-270.

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RFT: Empirical
Publication Type: 
matching to sample procedure, stimulus control

The authors examine the contribution of stimulus equivalence procedures to the study of attitude formation and attitude change. The study consisted of a matching-to-sample procedure; exposure to subjects to violent sexual video; contextual control through equivalence relations; benefits for study of attitudes of stimulus equivalence model of attitude formation and change.

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