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Unformatted text preview: around an area (such as a maze for long enough, the animal will create a mental image in their head as to the overall layout of the area; a cognitive map. Thus, when presented with an incentive to proceed through the maze, the animal will already have a pretty good idea of where it is going and thus applies the previous knowledge acquisition of the cognitive map to its present situation making it easier for the organism to solve the maze. Hull would say that the organism would rather use a trial-and-error approach to the maze. The organism would try one route, and when it didn’t work, it would go back to the beginning and try a different route. Taking into account no information gathered as it proceeded to through the maze the first time....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYC 410 taught by Professor Martinvanslyck during the Spring '05 term at VCU.
- Spring '05