Just Two Hungry Cats Politely Requesting More Food By Ringing Call Bell

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+14 1. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

Just as I thought...dogs have owners...Cats have STAFF!
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+3 2. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

You can ring my bell ell ell ring my bell. The owner must be Pavlovs great grandson with an allergy to dogs. :D
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+4 3. kirkelicious commented 3 years ago

#2 More like B.F. Skinner's grandchild.
Pavlovian classical conditioning describes an acquired reflexive behavioral response to a stimulus, whereas operant conditioning, as described by Skinner, inreases or decreases the frequency of a behavior of an organism by adding or removing environmental stimuli as a response to an action.

Pavlov: Human rings a bell, cat comes to the foodbowl.
Skinner: Cat rings bell, human comes with the foodbowl.
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+3 4. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#3 Oh, do I recall that from years gone by PSY 101 in college. I've always loved this kind of stuff. :)
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+4 5. Shraght commented 3 years ago

Nope, that's the wrong training. You don't reward your pet if, in this case, rings the wrong bell.