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What is the difference between discrimination and generalization?

Discrimination occurs when there are limited examples of stimuli. Generalization occurs when a correct response is evoked from a large array of stimuli (that look different, from a different place, etc.)

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What are two types of generalization?

Stimulus and response

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What is stimulus generalization?

Responding to antecedent stimuli sharing certain aspects of the original Sd. EX: seeing an animal with a tail and calling it "Kitty" or saying "What's up" to both of your friends. Wanting people to respond the same way to similar, but not identical, stimuli. AKA - A and a are still the same letter.. etc. THE FORM OF THE RESPONSE DOES NOT CHANGE

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What is overgeneralization?

An inappropriate generalization.

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What is response generalization?

the extent in which a learned provides novel responses that are functionally equivalent to the trained response. THIS ALLOWS THE SHAPING OF NEW BEHAVIOR.

THE FORM OF THE RESPONSE CHANGES.

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What does Point to Point correspondence mean?

when the beginning, middle and end of the verbal stimulus match the beginning, middle and end of a response

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What is formal similarity?

This is when the mode of behavior is the same as the stimulus (sense mode) They must also look the same.

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What are two types of mands?

regular mand and extended

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What is a regular mand?

Mands that can actually be reinforced

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What is an extended mand?

Emitting a mand to an object/animal that cannot possibly be reinforced.

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What are two types of extended mands?

Superstitious mand: An extended mand in which reinforcement occurs SOMETIMES randomly.
A magical Mand: Where there is NO WAY reinforcement will occur, but you mand anyways

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What type of reinforcement does each verbal operant receive?

Echoics/Tacts/IV/Textual/Trancription: Generalized conditioned Reinforcement
Mand: The item asked for

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What is an autoclitic?

Verbal behavior about one's own verbal behavior. A form of VB that modifies other form of VB's.

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What are the four basic schedules of Intermittent reinforcement?

Variable Ratio, Variable Interval, Fixed Ratio and Fixed Interval.

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What are three types of reinforcement schedules?

Continuous, Intermitten and Extinction

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What is continuous reinforcement?

Provides reinforcement for every occurrence of the target behavior. This strengthens new behaviors.