The results seem inconsistent with a prediction based on the partial reinforcement extinction effect (PREE).
What does PREE stand for?
PREE stands for Partial Reinforcement Extinction Effect (reinforced behavior)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Baron, Perone, & Galizio, 1991; Freeman & Lattal, 1992), in particular, the partial reinforcement extinction effect (PREE, e.
The finding that both groups of partial reinforcement animals were more resistant to extinction replicates a robust finding in the area of basic learning processes, the partial reinforcement extinction effect.