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Stimulus Control: Discrimination and Generalization
Stimulus control: Discrimination and generalization

The marriage counselor determined that Pat and her husband, Dick, had frequent arguments and rarely discussed topics of mutual interest. To initiate changes in the focus of their interaction from complaints and arguments to more pleasant conversation, the counselor instructed Pat to make a list of topics to discuss with her husband (List A). These topics included his work, the two children, and camping. Pat made a second list of topics that she should not discuss with her husband (List B). Topics on List B included complaints about such things as his staying out late at night, watching television at his friends' homes, not taking her shopping or to the movies, and not spending time with ...

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