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Psychonomic Science

, Volume 2, Issue 1–12, pp 135–136 | Cite as

Toward empirical behavior laws: I. Conditioned reinforcement

  • Evalyn F. Segal
Animal Learning Reinforcement
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Abstract

A “totality of reaction” hypothesis, based on Premack’s theory of reinforcement, seems to encompass a variety of conditioned reinforcement data.

Keywords

Conditioned Stimulus Conditioned Reinforcement Conditioned Reinforcer Secondary Reinforcement Roller Coaster 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Evalyn F. Segal
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  1. 1.San Diego State CollegeUSA

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