Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1967

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Experimental Psychology

Committee Chair

Howard B. Robinson

Second Committee Member

Durward A. Porter

Third Committee Member

Thomas B. Collins Jr.

Fourth Committee Member

Richard B. Morris

Abstract

There have been many studies exploring variables that contribute to the appearance of the phenomenon, but strikingly few studies attempting to relate DAF to learning. Since sensory feed back is very important to behavior and especially learning, it would seem that the DAF phenomenon could yield some significant information for learning.

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