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In paired associate learning, what is the reinforcer?

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In paired associate learning, this solution explains reinforcer and what it is.

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A verbal learning procedure in which each of several stimuli (usually verbal) sets the occasion for a different verbal response. The stimulus items are presented repeatedly in varied order until the learner meets some learning criterion (i.e., paried verbal stimulus act as reinforcers for eachother).

Calkins invented the method of paired associates learning--the procedure in cued ...

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