In Tolmans maze study, the fact that the group of rats receiving reinforcement only after the tenth day of the study solved the maze far more quickly than did the rats who had been reinforced from the first day can be interpreted to mean that these particular ratss

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     were much smarter than the other rats.
      were very hungry and, therefore, learned much more quickly.
      had the opportunity to cheat by watching the other rats.
      had already learned the maze in the first nine days.
asked May 15, 2013 in Psychology by anonymous
    

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had already learned the maze in the first nine days.
answered May 16, 2013 by ProAnswers ~Top Expert~ (7,505 points)

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