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Study guide exam 2Trigger analysis: setting up all the conditions hypothesized to occasion the target behavior, and documenting the occurrence (or lack thereof) of the target behavior and direct escape replacement behavior. CH. 5 pg. 174Conditional probability analysis: Conditional probability is the probability of some event (Y), given the occurrence of some other event (X), and is typically written asP(Y | X).escapeaccesssocially mediated Positive reinforcement- Cipani Ch. 1 Module 2 notes Positive reinforcement works bypresentinga motivating/reinforcing stimulus to the person after the desired behavior is exhibited, making the behavior more likely to happen in the future.*Consequence is added Negative reinforcement- Cipani Ch. 1 Module 2 notes Negative reinforcement occurs when a certain stimulus (usually an aversive stimulus) is removedafter a particular behavior is exhibited. The likelihood of the particular behavior occurring again in the future is increased because of removing/avoiding the negative consequence.The key similarity in positive and negative reinforcement of behavior is they both INCREASE target behavior. Positive ADDS something to the environment and Negative TAKES AWAY.