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DATE

1967-05

AUTHORS

W. W. Wenrich, G. E. Eckman, M. J. Moore, D. F. Houston

ABSTRACT

Eight rats were conditioned to run an L-maze with food pellets as reinforcement Reinforcement was available to the control Ss at the end of the maze on every trial, while the experimental Ss were reinforced on an intermittent schedule. Following this differential training in the maze, all Ss were placed in a Skinner box and conditioned to press a bar for food which succeeded each response. After the bar press response was established, all Ss were run to a 3 min extinction criterion. During the extinction session the experimental Ss emitted more responses than the control Ss, and these results suggest that at least one effect of partial reinforcement, resistance to extinction, may be evidenced across unrelated responses. More... »

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247-248

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03332205

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