The Roles of Stimulus Complexity and Information Processing Rules Within Two Phases of Multiple-Category Concept Attainment
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION LAB
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The purpose of the investigation was to study processes deemed necessary to extend hypothesis testing theories of simple concept attainment to more complex concept problems. Two experiments were run to investigate the effects of two types within-category and across-category of information processing rules upon difficulty of an experimentally isolated dimension selection phase of multiple-category conjunctive concept attainment.