the position that the chance to participate in behavior with a fairly high baseline probability will positively support behavior of lower baseline probability. Commonly referred to as Permack's rule.

PREMACK'S PRINCIPLE: "Premack's principle was aptly named for its founder, David Premack, and American psychologist."
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