• A critical review of the support for variability as an operant dimension 

      Nergaard, Siv Kristin; Holth, Per (Perspectives on Behavior Science;43 (3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-27)
      There is abundant evidence that behavioral variability is more predominant when reinforcement is contingent on it than when it is not, and the interpretation of direct reinforcement of variability suggested by Page and ...
    • Stimulus-equivalence technology to teach skills about nutritional content 

      Arntzen, Erik; Eilertsen, Jon Magnus (Perspectives on Behavior Science;Volume 43, Number 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-21)
      Abstract Twenty-two adult participants, assigned to three conditions, were trained nutrition knowledge (i.e., carbohydrate values) for different food items. In a stimulus sorting test, the participants were asked to sort ...