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Establishing operation EO

any environment variable that (a) alters the effectiveness of some stimulus object or event as a reinforcer. (b) alters the current frequency of all BX that has been reinforcement by that stimulus, object or event.

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value- altering effect

either an increase in the reinforcing effectiveness of some stimulus object or even in which case the MO is an EO
or a decrease in reinforcing effectiveness in which the MO is an AO

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behavior- altering effect

either an increase in the current frequency of BX that has been reinforced (evocative) or
a decrease in the current frequency of BX that has been reinforced (Abative)

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recovery from punishment procedure

the occurrence of response without its punisher

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unconditioned motivating operation (UMO)

food deprivation and painful stimulation

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reinforcer establishing effects

deprivation with respect to food water oxygent, activity and sleep have these effects

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reinforcer abolishing effect

food water ingenstion, oxygen intake, engaging in activity and sleeping

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conditioned motivating operations (CMO)

motivating variables that alter the reinforcing effectiveness of other stimuli, objects, or events but only as a result of learning history

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surrogate CMO
(CMO-S)

accomplishes what the MO it was paired with accomplishes

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transitive CMO
(CMO-T)

makes something else effective as reinfrocement

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reflexive COM
(CMO-R)

alters a relation to itself (makes its own removal effective as reinfrocement)
precedes some form of worsening or improvement

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motivating operation MO

alters the effectiveness of some stimulus or a reinforcer, the value altering effect
and alters the current frequency of all BX that has been reinforced by that stimulus, the BX altering effects

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evocative effect

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 operations.

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abative effect

a decrease in the current frequency of bx that has been reinforced by the stimulus that is increased in reinforcing effectiveness by the same motivating operation

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abolishing operation

a MO that decreases the reinforcing effectiveness of a stimulus, object, or event

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unpairing

any relationship developed by a pairing procedure can generally be weakened