Performance correlates of social behavior and organization: Effects of group formation on operant performance in rhesus monkeys (M. mulatta)

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The performance of six adult rhesus monkeys on a fixed interval 1-min reinforcement schedule was examined under conditions where the reinforcement probabilities were either 1.00 or .80. The animals were tested with a reinforcement probability of 1.00 immediately after removal from their social group, tested again several months later with reinforcement… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02373373

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@article{Bunnell2006PerformanceCO, title={Performance correlates of social behavior and organization: Effects of group formation on operant performance in rhesus monkeys (M. mulatta)}, author={Bradford N. Bunnell and Daniel P. Kenshalo and Paul Czerny and Joseph D. Allen}, journal={Primates}, year={2006}, volume={20}, pages={197-210} }