Respondent Behavior

Respondent behavior is an action that an organism produces in response to the antecedent stimuli in the environment alone (it is not selected by consequences) and is typically essential for the organism’s survival. Respondent behaviors have been selected by phylogeny because these involuntary” or “reflexive” responses to antecedent stimuli have created advantages for the species or helped it survive over generations.

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