Second, pigeons came to respond discriminatively
to stimuli from four different categories, even if individual examples were never repeated: Accuracy rose to 70% after 50 days of training, in which each day involved 10 novel instances from the categories people, flowers, cars, and chairs (Bhatt et al.
But God discriminatively
revealed Quran in two revelations: the prompt and gradual revelations.
The suspicion that there might be a correlation is well-founded: for instance, the officer selection and the rank and file selection variable are tightly connected: in all seventeen cases, where the rank and file was selectively recruited, logically the officers were also discriminatively
This year, Northern Virginia Magazine asked nine local hospitals to put together a panel of doctors to discriminatively
look at doctors with privileges at their hospital.
Balls' strategy to emphasise economic growth as the best route to balancing the books while carefully raising taxes and cutting budgets more discriminatively
over many more years is designed to counter Tory/Lib Dem claims that Labour would have had to make the same cuts.
In other words, some verbal operants discriminatively
tact other verbal operants.
The first best outcome occurs if the choice made by the individuals in the population is the same as what would be made if the regulator is able to perfectly observe each individual's type and discriminatively
punish based on the individual's type.
An organism learns to react discriminatively
to the world around it under certain contingencies of reinforcement.