Innovation and the grain problem

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (4):422-423 (2007)
Abstract
Our concern is with Ramsey et al.'s method for identifying innovation. We show that either it yields false positives or the authors offer insufficient guidance for its application. To avoid these results, the authors need to modify the key or offer better guidelines for delineating input. Either choice requires addressing the processes that generate a behavior
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