What is another word for Stimulus Generalisation?

Pronunciation: [stˈɪmjʊləs d͡ʒˌɛnəɹəla͡ɪzˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Stimulus generalisation is a psychological term that refers to the ability of an individual to transfer a learned response from one stimuli to another related stimulus. Synonyms for stimulus generalisation include association, contagion, imitation, and transfer. Association involves the pairing of a new stimulus with an already learned response. Contagion refers to the transfer of a learned response from one individual to another. Imitation involves the mimicking of a behavior seen in others. Lastly, transfer is the application of a learned response to a new situation or context. These synonyms are all related to the underlying mechanism of stimulus generalisation and can be used interchangeably in psychological research and practice.

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