Alex Martin

Alex Martin
University of Texas at Dallas | UTD · Center for BrainHealth

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Analogical reasoning—our ability to abstract relational similarities between situations despite surface-level differences—varies between individuals; however, current analogy tasks are often not difficult enough to capture variability in performance across healthy and clinical populations. To address this challenge, we developed a scene analogy ass...
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Performing relational comparisons is considered among the most intelligent cognitive capacities. Animal studies have demonstrated that chimpanzees and crows are capable of relational reasoning with second-order relationships (e.g., analogies); however, it has been hypothesized that only humans are capable of reasoning with third-order relationships...

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