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The basic premise of operant conditioning is that

a. most learning occurs when a person mimics an observed model.
b. learning takes place over a series of qualitatively different stages.
c. the consequences that follow a behavior impact the likelihood of the behavior being repeated.
d. pairing a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus will lead to a conditioned stimulus.

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How great was that.Thank you so much.