EERR - What does EERR stand for? The Free Dictionary
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BIRRs are those responses that are most coherent with one's conditioning history and therefore most likely to be emitted first when presented with a trial, while EERRs
are less coherent with that history and therefore require additional time to be emitted.
In this case, such responses may be considered to be EERRs and may diverge in some cases from the BIRRs observed on the IRAP (see Barnes-Holmes et al.
As noted in the introduction, the IRAP was designed to measure BIRRs, whereas explicit measures are seen as typically targeting EERRs.