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The Behaviourist Approach: What was the process inside a Skinner box?

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The rat begins to learn that pressing the lever produces food

The Rat accidentally presses the lever

The Rat moves around the cage

The rat continues to press the lever whenever it requires food

The first food pellet is released


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