I work nights at First Call for Help, Spokane’s own suicide crisis line. I spend most nights answering phones with the same greeting, probably 25 to 30 call on average during an 8 hour shift at that time of night. Most of the time I leave this behavior at work. At home, I really try not to talk on the phone at all, and in the least let my husband or kiddo answer it for me. Most of the time if I do answer the phone at home, I pick it up and say “Hello?”. This is not how I answer the phone at work, at work it’s more like “First call for help this is so and so”, ( I have a fake phone name). On a few different occasions now, I have answered the phone at home with the work greeting. That means I have failed to discriminate between the stimulus of the home phone ringing and the work phone ringing. I should say, the work phones have a very specific ring that is nothing like my home phone which plays a happy little tune. So, although there is a noticeable difference in the quality of the two stimuli, they are still similar enough to elicit the same behavior from me. Also, this behavior has not to date been done in the reverse. I have never answered the phone at work, the way I do at home.