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Excerpt from The Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1921, Vol. 2
The length of the compartment is one-half of the length of the inside box. Each compartment has two doors, one in the front and the other in the back. All the doors, including the entrance door and other spring doors, are tied with string so that the experimenter can close or open these doors by manipu lating the strings. On the ﬂoor of all four compartments there are punishment grills connected with an induction coil outside the maze, The entire maze is constructed of unpainted inch redwood, 7 inches high, and is covered with wire mesh.
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