Lecture 1 for Exam 2 learning

Lecture 1 for Exam 2 learning - Lecture 1 for Exam 2...

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Lecture 1 for Exam 2 Graduate talks about animals 1. Continuous Reinforcement: Reinforces the desired response each time it occurs. 2. Partial Reinforcement: Reinforces a response only part of the time. Though this results in slower acquisition in the beginning, it shows greater resistance to extinction later on. a. (learned slower but also extinguishes slower) 3. Fixed-ratio schedule: Reinforces a response only after a specified number of responses. E.g. 10 th coffee free. 4. Variable-ratio schedule: 5. Interval Schedules a. Fixed –interval schedule: Reinforces a response only after a specified time has elapsed. ( b. Look it up 6. Punishment a. An aversive event that decreases the behavior it follows. b. Ways to decrease behavior i. Positive punishment; administer an aversive stimulus; spanking, parking ticket ii. Negative punishment; withdraw a desirable stimulus; time out from privileges (such as time with friends); revoked driver’s license. iii. Any downsides to punishment?
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