Patterns of delayed reinforcement and resistance to extinction
An experiment, using rats in a runway, demonstrated that resistance to extinction is affected by the patterns of delayed reinforcement imposed during training.
KeywordsExtinction Data Ement Effect Popul Ations Cognitive Dissonance Theory Delay Trial
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