Lecture 9-Outline

Lecture 9-Outline - A. Temporal Contiguity 1. Secondary...

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Experimental Psychology- Learning Lecture 9 I. Lecture Introduction- Foundations of Instrumental Conditioning II. Terminology: A. Behavioral Variability B. Stereotypy III. Belongingness A. Definition B. Instinctive Drift C. Behavior Systems Theory IV. The Instrumental Reinforcer A. Quality vs. Quantity (Hutt, 1954) B. Shifts in Quality or Quantity (Mellgren 1972) 1. Positive Contrast 2. Negative Contrast V. Response-Reinforcer Relationship
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Unformatted text preview: A. Temporal Contiguity 1. Secondary (Conditioned) Reinforcer 2. Marking Procedure B. Response-reinforcer contingency C. Skinner's Superstition Experiment (1948) 1. Accidental Reinforcement 2. Staddon and Simmelhag (1971) a. Terminal Responses b. Interim Responses VI. Learned Helplessness A. Definition B. Human Model 1. Marking Procedure...
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Lecture 9-Outline - A. Temporal Contiguity 1. Secondary...

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