Science and Human Behavior“But if we are to account for many of its quantitative properties, the ultimately continuous nature of behavior must not be forgotten.

Neglect of this characteristic has been responsible for several difficult problems in behavior theory. An example is the effect sometimes spoken of as “response generalization,” “transfer,” or “response induction.” In reinforcing one operant we often produce a noticeable increase in the strength of another.” (p. 93)

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