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What are the correct answers for questions 1 and 2

1. A reward used to predict varied behaviours is referred to as having

a) generalizability.(<my choice)

b) transituationality.

e) variability.

d) uniformity.

2. Providing a reward based on the number of cars sold every month is an example of

a) contingency schedule

b) operant schedule

c) interval schedule

d) ratio schedule (< My choice)

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