8.8 Generalized Operant Example #1 Part 1

For example, imitating the behavior of another person can be a generalized operant. Imagine a girl who learns to do whatever her big brother does when he says “do this.” When she imitates him correctly, he praises her. 

A cartoon illustrating a girl and a boy engaged in conversation.
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