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C o m m o n amongst t h e m . " (1739/1888, p. 174). Table 1 presents an outline of t w o of the conditions studied in an experiment by Wagner, Logan, Haberlandt, and Price (1968). Both groups experienced training in which a c o m p o u n d C S consisting of a tone and a light was followed by the U S on 5 0 % of trials. T w o different tones were used, and in the uncorrelated condition these occurred equally often on reinforced and nonreinforced trials. Figure 6 shows that the light acquired the ability to evoke a C R but that neither of the TABLE 1 Design of Experiment Group Trial types ^ Uncorrelated TIL-*^ TlL-> T2L -> T2L -> Correlated US no US US no U S T 1 L - * US T2L no US ^ L represents a light; T l and T 2 are tones differ ing in frequency.