EFECTOS DE ORDEN DE PRESENTACIÓN Y RANGOS DE DURACIÓN EN LA TAREA DE GENERALIZACIÓN TEMPORAL EPISÓDICA

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Ezequiel Mikulan
Manuel Bruzzone
Manuel Serodio
Edinson Muñoz
Néstor Singer
Mariano Sigman
Tristán Bekinschtein
Adolfo M. García
Lucas Sedeño
Agustín Ibáñez

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El modelo actual de la tarea de Generalización Temporal Episódica (GTE), donde los participantes juzgan si pares de estímulos auditivos son iguales en duración, predice que los resultados son independientes de la escala y orden de presentación de los estímulos. Para evaluar estas predicciones, se realizaron tres experimentos con duraciones estándar mayores y menores a 1 segundo, considerando el orden de presentación. Las proporciones fueron espaciadas linealmente en los Experimentos 1 y 2 y logarítmicamente en el Experimento 3. Se observaron efectos de rango de duración y orden de presentación con ambos esque- mas de espaciado. Los resultados de este estudio constituyen el primer reporte de efectos de orden de presentación en la tarea de Generalización Temporal Episódica y demuestran que estudios futuros deberían considerar siempre el rango de duración, número de ensayos y orden de presentación como factores cruciales que modulan el desempeño.

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Mikulan, E., Bruzzone, M., Serodio, M., MuñozE., Singer, N., Sigman, M., Bekinschtein, T., M. GarcíaA., SedeñoL., & IbáñezA. (2017). EFECTOS DE ORDEN DE PRESENTACIÓN Y RANGOS DE DURACIÓN EN LA TAREA DE GENERALIZACIÓN TEMPORAL EPISÓDICA. LÍMITE Revista Interdisciplinaria De Filosofía Y Psicología, 12(40). Recuperado a partir de https://www.revistalimite.cl/index.php/limite/article/view/86
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