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Unformatted text preview: Instrumental involves action/consequence pairings whereas operant involves stimulus/response pairings. 36) Explain Thorndikes work with cats and puzzle boxes. Thorndike locked cats in boxes and required them to perform a certain task to escape. He concluded that the results did not so much show intelligence as stimulus/response learning. 37) Operant conditioning is said to involve a three-part association. What are the three parts? 38) Explain magazine training and shaping....
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- Spring '07
- Operant Conditioning