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NOTES-29-s11 - Today's Agenda: Interteach # 21 Hineline -...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103, Fall, 2010 Today's Agenda: Interteach # 21 Notes, 30 March (29th meeting) Lecture on Problems from # 20 Coming Events: Friday, 1 April – Interteach # 22 Monday, 4 April – Interteach # 23 Wednesday, 6 April Interteach # 24 Friday, 8 April – Review Monday, 11 April Probe # 4 From Prep Guide # 20: The fundamental issue regarding intermittent reinforcement: “What if it (the reinforcing consequence) doesn’t happen every time ?? ( That’s what we mean by “intermittent” ) Schedules of reinforcement represent a systematic approach to answering that question. Thus, Question 1 offers a statement . . Compare to Malott’s definition? Like most textbook authors, he spells out some characteristics of schedules, but without identifying the fundamental issue. Question 6 gets at the same issue, with a specific question. “When, on a fixed-interval schedule, are reinforcer deliveries NOT separated by equal time intervals? A few people queried Malott’s saying “the emotional effect is itself reinforcing”
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course MYTH 2001 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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NOTES-29-s11 - Today's Agenda: Interteach # 21 Hineline -...

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