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Skinner studied rats with a lever and a fixed ratio schedule of pellets for mice he also studied the extinction version when he removed pellets as a. Opening skinner’s box but does report on a hilarious interview with a thorny colleague who refutes skinner’s findings by talking to her from underneath his.
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