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'''Self stimulation''' is the delivery of [[stimulation]] by a person or organism. For example rats will work to to produce [[brain self stimulation]] as a form of [[self reinforcement]]. While people will [[masturbate]] to help cope with the effects of [[sensory deprivation]].
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'''Self stimulation''' is the delivery of [[stimulation]] by a person or organism. For example rats will work to produce [[brain self stimulation]] as a form of [[self reinforcement]]. While people will [[masturbate]] to help cope with the effects of [[sensory deprivation]].
   
 
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Self stimulation is the delivery of stimulation by a person or organism. For example rats will work to produce brain self stimulation as a form of self reinforcement. While people will masturbate to help cope with the effects of sensory deprivation.

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