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Not thinking of the real effects and consequences that may occur but rather joining for the idea of heroism. Witnessing the frightening jobs that have to be done and comrades falling to death. This is seen after going to combat on the battlefield and watching young men die. Along with the violence these soldiers live in their own filth and dreadful conditions, he s... ... middle of paper ... ...as a reason to return home, confused and alone Paul’s decision was his only to freedom. Seeing how the new recruits will go through the same path and return as walking corpses.
Aversive conditioning is a manufactured negative response to certain things, much like the operant conditioning developed by Skinner. The contingent behavior is behavior that, when performed, results in the delivery of specific consequences or reinforcers. This article described the measures taken to make coyotes stop wanting to kill lambs for food. The authors’ contention is that it may be possible to reconcile the desires of both ranchers and conservationists. The latter group wishes to enable the coyote and, perhaps other predators, to survive in the open range, as they have for millions of years.
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