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Escape, avoidance, punishment: where do we stand?

By James A. Dinsmoor

Abstract

This paper reviews progress since the author's previous writings in three areas. In escape training, the preparatory-response explanation of bar holding still appears to be valid. In avoidance, the newer safety-signal version of two-factor theory has much to recommend it and readily incorporates Anger's conditioned aversive temporal stimuli formulation. Shock-density reduction is rejected as a substitute for two-factor theory. Finally, criticisms of the avoidance interpretation of punishment are answered and recent empirical data are cited in its support

Topics: Theoretical Article
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1333616
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