Answer & Explanation

Some cowbirds are brood parasites. They lay their eggs in another bird’s nest. When the cowbird chick hatches, if it sees another egg in the nest, it will kick it out – it doesn’t need to learn how to do this. This behavior is an example of: Group of answer choices Classical Conditioning Thorndike’s theoretical law of effect Utility function Fixed action pattern

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