a tool for the laboratory-based analysis of operant behavior. It generally contains a small enclosure and is equipped so all stimulants are shown, and all reactions are picked up and documented, automatically.

OPERANT CHAMBER: "Operant chambers are the most efficient form of documenting study results concerning operant behaviors."
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