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25. In a study of punishment, shock is administered to a hamster through a wire grid on the bottom of the cage. To the researcher's surprise, the hamster learns to roll on its back when shocked so that its fur insulates it from the shock. The hamste...

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In a study of punishment, shock is administered to a hamster through a wire grid on the bottom of the cage. To the researcher's surprise, the hamster learns to roll on its back when shocked so that its fur insulates it from the shock. The hamster's response demonstrates

  1. positive reinforcement.
  2. negative reinforcement.
  3. discovery learning.
  4. cognitive learning.

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2. Negative Reinforcement

 
Posted : 24/12/2021 8:02 pm
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