anonymous
  • anonymous
Snails, when repeatedly touched with no harm intended, stop pulling their heads back into their shells. What type of behavior does this example represent? A) Habituation B) Conditioning C) Reasoning
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AAlixH
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Habituation because if it were Reasoning, then that'd imply that the snail had a sense of right and wrong (which is mostly just a human reaction) and Conditioning is like training an animal.
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You do know that you have to explain why the answer is what you chose, right?

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