Transitional and steady-state choice behavior under an adjusting-delay schedule.

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Twelve rats made repeated choices on an adjusting-delay schedule between a smaller reinforcer (A) that was delivered immediately after a response and a larger reinforcer (B) that was delivered after a delay which increased or decreased by 20% depending on the subject's choices in successive blocks of trials. In two phases of the experiment (100 sessions and… (More)
DOI: 10.1901/jeab.2011.95-57

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@article{Torres2011TransitionalAS, title={Transitional and steady-state choice behavior under an adjusting-delay schedule.}, author={L. Valencia Torres and S{\'i}lvia Ara{\'u}jo and C. M. Olarte Sanchez and Simon C Body and C. M. Bradshaw and Enikő Szabadi}, journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior}, year={2011}, volume={95 1}, pages={57-74} }