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When Thorndike experimented with animals in cages, he found that the associations established were between a sensory stimulus and a bodily movement (not the idea of it), without the need of supposing any non-physiological intermediary (op.
While many scientists have experimented with sending sounds through the ocean, Munk and his colleagues performed the most ambitious test of this concept two years ago, when they emitted a low-frequency hum from Heard Island, in the southern Indian Ocean (SN: 1/26/91, p.53).