EAB3002 Exam 7 Study Guide

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EAB3002 Exam 6 Study Guide Errorless Discrimination The trainer does not allow the organism to make mistakes by responding to the extinction stimulus. The procedure eliminates the aversive effects of extinction that are generated by other discrimination- training methods. (Terrace) Fading Involves transferring stimulus control from one value of a stimulus to another. This is done by gradually changing a controlling stimulus from an initial value to some designated criterion Errorless Discrimination: procedures 1. Early introduction of the S(delta) 2. Gradual transfer of the stimulus control Delayed Matching to Sample (DMTS) (Blough) Involves adding a delay between the offset of the sample stimulus and the onset of the two comparison stimuli. The basic finding is that the percentage of correct responses decreases as the delay increases Retention Interval The time between the offset of the sample stimulus and the onset of the comparison stimuli Remembering (BA POV) A process of discriminating the relevant events from
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