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Chapter 6: operant conditioning I have a knack for procrastinating, I feel as if I do my best work under pressure. While that may be true for high school it doesn’t fly in college. When I came into college I had absolutely no idea how to prepare for a huge twelve page lab report. In high school I thought a four page paper was cruel, little did I know. After working on my lab report for two days straight and having no sleep whatsoever I knew I had to train myself to prepare and not procrastinate. I sort of did my own spin on operant conditioning. Now I love photography, it helps me let the world see what I see. I just got this awesome brand new Nikon, but I had a dilemma. It didn’t fit into my out of date bag, and I had multiple lenses that I need to have on me to get the picture I want. So you can imagine the hassle it is to carry all of my equipment around without a proper bag. Now on top of my first world
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