Master of Science
Martin L. Richter
Spontaneous alternation is investigated. Small reward magnitude produced more alternation than large reward magnitude. Walker's theory of action decrement was not supported; results favored Fowler, Blond and Fowler's (1959) concept of the role of reinforcement on choice behavior.
Seech, Randal G., "Spontaneous alternation in rats as a function of reward magnitude and habituation" (1973). Theses and Dissertations. 4191.