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Stabilization of Behavior and Prolonged Exposure to Delayed Auditory Feedback

Science  09 Feb 1962:
Vol. 135, Issue 3502, pp. 437-438
DOI: 10.1126/science.135.3502.437

Abstract

The disruption of fluent verbal behavior found under delayed feedback is replaced by stable patterns when presentation is prolonged. Experimental analysis suggests that the later patterns involve the reinstatement of control by stimuli in whose presence the behavior was originally established.

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