Autoshaping in Japanese Monkeys (Macaca Fuscata)

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Itakura, Shoji; Fushimi, Takao; Asano, Toshio; Shoji, Itakura; Takao, Fushimi; Toshio, Asano;
  • Journal: 大分県立芸術文化短期大学研究紀要,volume 30,pages131-137
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities | psychological phenomena and processes | parasitic diseases

Three Japanese monkeys were exposed to autoshaping and omission procedures. The Japanese momkeys seemed to be more sensitive to response-reinforcer contingency than to stimulus-reinforcer contingency. These results were compared with pigeons and squirrel monkeys in the ... View more
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