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The spread of the effects of reinforcement to responses outside the limits of an operant class

Induction

2

Opposite of differentiation

Response generalization

3

Its onset weakens behavior that precedes onset

Aversive stimulus

4

List four domains of behavior analysis

Experimental Analysis of Behavior (EAB)
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Behavior Analysis Service Delivery
Conceptual Analysis of Behavior

5

Two value-altering effects of motivating operations

Establishing and abolishing effects

6

Decreases the momentary frequency of a response class

Abative effect

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Introduced the term "establishing operation"

Keller and Schoenfeld

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Deals with philosophical and theoretical issues

Conceptual Analysis

9

Reinforcement occurs if and only if the rate of response is equal to or greater than a specified value

Differential Reinforcement of a High Rate of Responding (DRH)

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Reinforcement is delivered after a certain number of responses

Ratio

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An alteration in the reinforcing effectiveness of a stimulus, object, or event as a result of a motivating operation.

Value-altering effect

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A motivating operation that establishes the effectiveness of some stimulus, object, or event as a reinforcer

Establishing operation

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Verbal operant under the antecedent control of verbal stimuli without point-to-point correspondence and with no formal similarity

Intraverbal

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Opposite of response generalization

Differentiation

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Consists of two or more schedules of reinforcement operating simultaneously but independently of each other, each for a different response

Concurrent schedules

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Two general types of motivating operations

Establishing operations and abolishing operations

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Schedule of reinforcement that produces steady, low to moderate rates of responding

Variable Interval schedule

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The repeating of a vocal verbal unit

Echoic

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An increase in the current frequency of behavior that has been reinforced by the stimulus that is increased in reinforcing effectiveness by the same motivating operation

Evocative effect

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The likelihood that a consequence will follow a specific response now

Availability

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Term used by E.A. Vargas instead of "listener"

Mediator

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Each and every single response that is emitted is reinforced; used to establish or strengthen behavior

Continuous reinforcement (CRF)

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A stimulus or operation which evokes or abates a behavior due to having a value-altering effect on the consequence which reinforces or punishes that behavior

Motivating operation

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Its offset strengthens behavior that precedes offset

Aversive stimulus

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Schedule of reinforcement that produces a pause in responding immediately after reinforcement which is followed by a gradual increase in the rate of responding, with the highest rates at the time closest to reinforcement

Fixed Interval schedule

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Motivating operations increase or decrease the effectiveness of a stimulus as a consequence. This is a ______ effect.

Value-altering

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Its offset weakens behavior that precedes offset

Appetitive stimulus

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No discriminative stimuli (Sds) in the links of the chain

Tandem schedule

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An establishing operation whose value-altering effect is of ontogenic provenance

Conditioned establishing operation (CEO)

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Increase in the momentary effectiveness of a specific reinforcer or punisher

Establishing effect