Sally Schmidlap is dutifully preparing for the AP psychology exam. She loves animals and is fascinated with studies involving animal cognition and behavior. However, she is having trouble keeping two theorists straight. Edward Thorndike is associated with cats in puzzle boxes and the Law of Effect. Wolfgang Kohler is known for putting fruit just out of reach of chimpanzees. From the options below, choose the one that best describes these two pioneering psychologists' findings.