Plus Maze experiments and the boundary conditions of the dynamic field model

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (1):35-36 (2001)
In the dynamic field model, parametric variations of the same general processes predict how infants reach for a goal. Animal learning investigators argue that locating a goal is the product of qualitatively different mechanisms (response learning and place learning) Response versus place learning experiments suggest limitations to the dynamic field model hut where those limitations begin or end is unclear.
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