Adorable Baby Animals by Peggy Harris

By Peggy Harris

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On the circularity of the law of effect. Psychol. Bull, 1950,47,52-75. Miller, N. E. Liberalization of basic s-r concepts: Extensions to conflict behavior, moti­ vation and social learning. In S. ), Psychology: A study of a science. Vol. 2. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959. Pp. 196-292. Miller, N. E. Some reflections on the law of effect produce a new alternative to drive reduction. In M. R. ), Nebraska symposium on motivation. : Univer. of Nebraska, 1963. Pp. 65-112. Miller, N. , & Dollard, J. Social learning and imitation.

T h e go mechanism does not, however, appear to b e capable of making up its own mind, although Miller does not bother to mention this deficiency. It is acti­ vated, or triggered, by the occurrence of things now known empiri­ cally to b e reinforcing, as well as by a number of others which may be. Its effect is "to intensify ongoing responses to cues and the traces of immediately preceding activities, producing a stronger intensification 44 Hardy C. Wilcoxon the more strongly the *go mechanism' is activated (Miller, 1 9 6 3 , p.

THE EMPIRICAL LAW OF E F F E C T From the swirl of controversy that surrounded the Law of Effect over the years, there emerged a generalization that nearly all psychol­ ogists were willing to accept: the consequence of a response is an important determiner of whether the response will b e learned. This generalization, along with its many variations, came to b e called the empirical law of effect. According to McGeoch (1942), Carr (1938) first suggested the name for this point of view that agrees to the importance of response conse­ quences, yet does not attempt to give theoretical reasons for their importance.

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