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Chapter 10 - Chapter 10 maintenance maintenance is about...

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Chapter 10 maintenance maintenance is about getting a new behavior or behavior change to generalize over time. Reinforcement schedules: the rule about how reinforcement is delivered Ratio schedules: based on the number of times a behavior occurs Fixed and Variable Ratio Schedules: Fixed: indicates the number has occurred a specific number of times Ex: FR5 – clean room 5 times and then go out *FR1 is a continuous reinforcement schedule Variable: VR, provide reinforcement after a variable number of behaviors have occurred. Ex: could be 1 to 10, with average of 5. Interval Schedules: an amount of time must pass and then the first response after that time produces a R+ *interval schedules can also be fixed or variable. FI5 VI5 Maintenance Schedules: a schedule used to maintain a behavior across time at a desired rate *FI produces low rates, called FI scallop (graph) Ex: studying for test, starts slow and at the highest rate just before the test *VI produces high steady rate (pop quizzes randomly, class
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course PSYC 3480 taught by Professor Barron during the Spring '08 term at GCSU.

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