a branch of ethology that assumes that consciousness, awareness and intentionality can be inferred from the complexity, flexibility, and cleverness of certain forms of behavior
theoretical constructs and models used to explain aspects of behavior that cannot be readily characterized in terms of simple SR or reflex mechanisms. these mechanisms do not presume consciousness, awareness or intentionality.
delayed matching to sample procedure
a procedure in which participation are reinforced for responding to a test stimulus that is the same as a sample stimulus that was presented some time earlier
forgetting that occurs because of a stimulus ( a forget cue) that indicates that working memory will not be tested on that trial. directed forgetting is an example of the stimulus control of memory