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Relaxation Theory and Experiments
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses relaxation theory and presents some experiments. The theoretical background for analyzing escape-avoidance behavior in terms of relaxation has been calledExpand
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A Theoretical Analysis and Its Application to Training the Mentally Retarded
Publisher Summary This chapter presents a theory and attempts to apply its principles to the problem of training people who are mentally retarded. The chapter discusses the deficits and processesExpand
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AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR AS A FUNCTION OF LENGTH OF NONSHOCK CONFINEMENT.
  • M. Denny, R. Weisman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
  • 1 October 1964
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Fear, avoidance, and phobias : a fundamental analysis
Contents: J.B. Overmier, Prolegomenon: On the Study of Aversively Motivated Behavior. J. Panksepp, D.S. Sacks, L.J. Crepeau, B.B. Abbott, The Psycho- and Neurobiology of Fear Systems in the Brain.Expand
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The role of secondary reinforcement in a partial reinforcement learning situation.
  • M. Denny
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 October 1946
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Zinc deficiency and behavior: A developmental perspective
Abstract Zinc deficiency was induced in 35 and 300 day-old male Holtzman rats. Group ZDA was fed ad lib a diet deficient in zinc (1 ppm), ZSP controls were pair-fed a diet supplemented with zinc (50Expand
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Resistance to extinction as a function of the discrimination habit established during fixed-ratio reinforcement.
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The free-operant partial reinforcement effect: A discrimination analysis
Abstract Twelve continuously reinforced rats were extinguished in a modified operant chamber, with an S D for goal-approach after each bar-press. Three groups of twelve rats each trained under FR 10Expand
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