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Pavlov's Dogs

Use the principles behind Pavlov's conditioning experiments in order to play this game and get the dog to drool when he hears a sound. Then learn more about Ivan Pavlov and his research. courtesy of netTrekker
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Use the principles behind Pavlov's conditioning experiments in order to play this game and get the dog to drool when he hears a sound. Then learn more about Ivan Pavlov and his research.

courtesy of netTrekker

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