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29. Two-year-old Carmen is delighted to see her dad when he returns from work but not to see her dad’s friends when they come in. This best illustrates (5
points) generalization. shaping. extinction. discrimination.
Two-year-old Carmen is delighted to see her dad when he returns from work but not to see her dad’s friends when they come in. This best illustrates: discrimination.
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