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Highly Resistant Behaviors Can Take More Time to Stop Responding After Reinforcement is No Longer Given


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Question: When a behavior is highly resistant to extinction, the organism takes longer to stop responding after a reinforcement is no longer given. true or false? provide evidence proving your answer is correct

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True. For example, a study conducted in 2018 found that rats had an increased resistance to extinction when they received food reinforcement, compared to rats without food reinforcement. The rats with food reinforcement consistently responded to the stimulus associated with the food reinforcer even after reinforcement was no longer given. This indicates that the behavior was highly resistant to extinction.

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Jan. 5, 2023, 8:39 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, January 5, 2023

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