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Elicited means ...

To Bring out by a stimulus that immediately follows them (antecedent stimuli).

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Derived rules that describe predictable relations between a biological response, objects or events that can influence behavior.

3 principals of behavior

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What are the principals of behavior ?

Hint:PER

Punishment

Extension

Reinforcement

4

What is not behavior ?

The deadman’s test....if a deadman can do it then it’s not behavior.

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When you learn from your environment.... this is called....

Ontogeny

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Define phylogeny

Behavior that is genetically inherited.

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Eliciting stimulus (unconditioned stimulus US) & the behavior it produces (unconditioned response UR) that is part of an organisms genetic endowment.

Reflex

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The behaviors probability is contingent on the history of consequences.

Must be defined by the function and not by the topography.

Uses reinforcement and punishment

Operant behavior

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Respondent conditioning includes

US - unconditioned stimulus
UR - unconditioned response
NS -neutral stimulus
CR - conditioned response
CS - conditioned stimulus

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Ivan Pavlov generated this term....

Respondent conditioning

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When a stimulus is presented repeatedly over a short time, the strength of the responding diminishes is know as...

Habituation

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Reduces rates of responding that is evoked by the antecedent stimulus over repeated amounts of time.

Adaptation

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During an observation a client no longer reacts to the presence of the observer is an example of ....

Adaptation

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WhAt unit of Analysis is used with ABA?

3 term contingency (ABC)

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2 primary types of behavior....

Respondent

Operant

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Elicited

Involuntary

Reflex

Habituation

Respondent Behavior

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Evoke

Emit

Voluntary

Adaptation

Operant behavior

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This is an example of reflex...

Gag reflex (UR) when you see vomit (US).

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2 stimuli occur at the same time, that associate in those 2 stimuli.

Contiguity

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An example of habituation is....

Bright light in the eyes and over time the eyes adjust to the light and do not react to the light.