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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.47.2013.tde-31032014-114716
Document
Author
Full name
Heloisa Cursi Campos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Debert, Paula (President)
Benvenuti, Marcelo Frota
Damiani, Katia
Galvão, Olavo de Faria
Mijares, Miriam Garcia
Title in Portuguese
Relações emergentes avaliadas em testes de transferência de função em pombos
Keywords in Portuguese
Equivalência
Estímulos compostos
Pombos
Procedimento go/no-go
Transferência de função
Abstract in Portuguese
Os resultados de Campos et al. (2011) indicaram a emergência de simetria, mas não de transitividade e equivalência em pombos com o procedimento go/no-go com estímulos compostos. O presente experimento investigou a formação de classes em testes de transferência de função após treino com o procedimento go/no-go com estímulos compostos. Quatro pombos foram treinados a responder aos estímulos compostos A1B1, A2B2, B1C1 e B2C2 e a não responder aos compostos A1B2, A2B1, B1C2 e B2C1. Posteriormente, os sujeitos foram treinados a responder em DRL 3 s a A1 e FR20 a A2. Testes de transferência de função apresentaram os estímulos de treino A1 e A2 e os estímulos de teste B1, C1, B2 e C2 para verificar se os sujeitos apresentariam taxa de respostas mais baixa a A1, B1 e C1 e mais alta a A2, B2 e C2. Os sujeitos apresentaram taxas de respostas mais baixas tanto para alguns estímulos do Conjunto 1 quanto para alguns estímulos do Conjunto 2. Portanto, os resultados dos testes de transferência de função não indicaram a formação de classes de equivalência após treino com o procedimento go/no-go com estímulos compostos em pombos. Sendo assim, independentemente dos testes empregados (testes das propriedades com o procedimento go/no-go com estímulos compostos ou teste de transferência de função), desempenhos emergentes não são verificados em pombos após treino com o procedimento go/no-go com estímulos compostos
Title in English
Emergent relations evaluated in transfer of function tests in pigeons
Keywords in English
Compound stimuli
Equivalence relations
Go/no-go procedure
Pigeons
Transfer of functions
Abstract in English
Campos et al.s (2011) results indicated the emergence of symmetry, but not transitivity and equivalence with pigeons in a go/no-go procedure with compound stimuli. The present experiment investigated stimulus class formation in transfer of function tests after training in a go/no-go procedure with compound stimuli. Four pigeons were trained to respond to A1B1, A2B2, B1C1, and B2C2 compound stimuli e not to respond to A1B2, A2B1, B1C2, and B2C1 compounds. Subsequently, subjects were trained to respond in DRL 3 s to A1 and in FR20 to A2. Transfer of function tests presented the A1 and A2 training stimuli and the B1, C1, B2, and C2 test stimuli to verify if subjects would show a lower response rate to A1, B1, C1 and a higher response rate to A2, B2, C2. Subjects showed lower response rates to some Set-1 stimuli as well as to some Set-2 stimuli. Thus, the results of the transfer of function tests indicate that equivalence classes were not established after training with the go/no-go procedure with compound stimuli in pigeons. Therefore, regardless of the test used (tests of the properties with the go/no-go procedure with compound stimuli or transfer of function tests), emergent performances are not verified in pigeons after training with the go/no-go procedure with compound stimuli
 
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