The argument for a general integrating factor in behavior has largely been discounted on the basis of measurements of explicit responses. In most cases such samplings of behavior are subject to influence of training, either directly or indirectly. A criticism of such conclusions is offered.
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Lauer, Alvah R.
"The Correlation of Implicit and Explicit Behavior and the Presence of Sex Differences in Learning Responses,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 38(1), 227-228.
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