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Generalized habit strength is a construct in Hull's learning theory and is a measure of the habit strength , taking into account the reduction resulting from a difference between the current stimulus and the stimulus present in the initial learning trials.

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  • Colman, A. M. (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology. OUP:Oxford.

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