NOTES-23-s11

NOTES-23-s11 - Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103, Spring,...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103, Spring, 2011 Notes, 16 March (23nd meeting) Today's Agenda: Lecture on problems from Guide # 16 Interteach # 17 Coming Events Wednesay, 16 March Interteach # 17 Friday, 18 March Interteach # 18 Monday, 21 March Review Wednesday, 23 March Probe # 3, based on Guides # 13 – 18 Working from (relatively) simple to complex, among the requested items from guide # 16: 5) The relationships (as well as similarities and differences) between Establishing condition (book often calls it a “before condition” ) and a discriminative stimulus . The two are easiest to distinguish when they have different temporal characteristics – i.e. establishing conditions often are of longer duration and slower to change than is the case for the related discriminative stimuli. For example: food deprivation builds up slowly over time, Potentiating foods as a class of reinforcing consequences. However, their defining features differ, irrespective of time scale: A discriminative stimulus (S d ) sets the occasion for behavior to produce the consequence. If the (S
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