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Behavioural Processes, 20 (1989), 189-197 +
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We show that simple, contiguity-based, nonWe show that simple, contiguity-based, nonassociative response-selection process provides a qualitative account for both anomalous and nonanomalous properties of operant conditioning. The process can easily be extended to permit associative effects, it may therefore represent the initial processing stage for all conditioning in higher vertebrates. Keywords: <span style="color:grey;">#</span>reinforcement, <span style="color:grey;">#</span>learning model, <span style="color:grey;">#</span>stochastic, <span style="color:grey;">#</span>superstitionsuperstition +
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