Science and Human Behavior“We use operant discrimination in two ways. In the first place, stimuli which have already become discriminative stimuli are manipulated in order to change probabilities . . . In the second place, we may set up a discrimination in order to make sure that a future stimulus will have a given effect when it appears. Education is largely a matter of establishing such discriminative repertoires.”  (pp. 109-110)

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