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Probability learning is a research paradigm used in the study of learning. In these studies subjects are asked to guess which of a limited choice of stimuli or events will occur next. With experience their predictions will approximate the actual probability of the possible outcomes.
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- Strub, Michael H.; Erickson, James R. (1968).Second-order dependency in probability learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Vol 78(2, Pt.1), Oct , 261-268.
- Wilson, W.M. Oscar, M. & Bitterman, M.E. (1964) Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Volume 16, Issue 2,pages 163 - 165