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Mirene

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Julie has a desk right next to her manager's office. Whenever her manager is in his office, Julie makes sure that she works hard at her computer. However, if the manager is away from his office she often works much more slowly and takes more breaks. In this case, the manager being in his office is acting as a. a positive reinforcer for working hard. b. a negative reinforcer for working hard. c. a discriminative stimulus for working hard. d. an unconditioned stimulus for working hard. Julie has a desk right next to her manager's office. Whenever her manager is in his office, Julie makes sure that she works hard at her computer. However, if the manager is away from his office she often works much more slowly and takes more breaks. In this case, the manager being in his office is acting as a. a positive reinforcer for working hard. b. a negative reinforcer for working hard. c. a discriminative stimulus for working hard. d. an unconditioned stimulus for working hard. @Social Sciences

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    c. a discriminative stimulus for working hard.

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