Monthly Archives: March 2008

Learning Game Version 4

In my work on "context" and  how it interacts with learning about events embedded within it, I needed to have a method where participants could associate a single cue with multiple outcomes, at the same time, and express that knowledge.  … Continue reading

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The Learning Game, Versions 1, 2, and 3.

Sometime around 1995 I began to want to conducte research on associative learning with humans.  Work with rats was, and is, time consuming and tedious.   To do so, I needed a method by which people could associate simple events.  Rather … Continue reading

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Learning papers

The list of my experience and published works is available in the “Vitae” page, linked to in the header above.  I have some of my papers available for download.   If you can’t find what you’re looking for email me … Continue reading

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