Do operant behaviors replicate?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (3):538-539 (2001)
Abstract
Operant conditioning is not a selection process. According to Hull et al., selection processes require entities that reproduce to form lineages. However, since operant behaviors do not reproduce, operant conditioning is not a selection process.
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