A Descriptive Analysis of Baseline and Equivalence-Class Performances Under Many-to-One and One-to-Many Structures | Journal Club Series

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This installment in our Journal Club Series will cover the article, “A descriptive analysis of baseline and equivalence-class performances under many-to-one and one-to-many structures” authored by Ayres-Pereira and Arntzen and published in Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. CEUs are provided for reading the article, participating in an online discussion, and completing an article content quiz. Want to get a head start? Click here to go to a free copy of the article!



This investigation provided one-to-many training and many-to-one training, describes responding during baseline relation testing and assessed the emergence of equivalence classes. This experiment contributes to the analysis of stimulus control, as well as baseline performance and test performance implications during stimulus class formation.

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The Article
Learning Objectives


  1. Define stimulus equivalence
  2. Describe various training structures for stimulus equivalence formation
  3. Describe the methods of the current study
  4. Describe the results of this study
  5. Identify various implications for practice based on the results of this investigation
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