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" up to a certain distance the rat was able to step across with little difficulty ; and the contact of the snout or vibrissae with platform II. seemed to be the essential stimulus in the majority of cases. "
A study of sensory control in the rat ... - Page 73
by Florence Richardson Robinson - 1909 - 124 pages
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Behavior: an introduction to comparative psychology

John Broadus Watson - Behaviorism (Psychology). - 1914 - 439 pages
...trying to get blind rats to jump from one platform to another, Richardson found that " up to a certain distance the rat was able to step across with little difficulty ; and the contact of the snout or vibrissae with platform II. seemed to be the essential stimulus in the...
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Psychological Monographs, Volume 12

Psychology - 1909
...have anything like scientific assent. FIGURE 5. SHOWING THK MODIFIED FORM OF THE APPARATUS. forms' might be varied from o to 40 inches. The entire apparatus...with little difficulty, and contact of the snout or vibrissas with Platform II seemed to be the essential stimulus in the majority of cases. The difficulties...
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