NOTES-32-s11

NOTES-32-s11 - Hineline Psychology 2103 5103 Spring 2011...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103, Spring, 2011 Notes, 6 April (32nd meeting) Today's Agenda: Interteach # 24 Lecture on Problems from # 23 Coming Events: Friday, 8 April – Review Monday, 11 April Probe # 4 From Prep Guide # 23: 4) An easy one – the tank-type toilet as implementing a DRL schedule of reinforcement (DRL contingencies can also be implemented over longer time periods, but this is the traditional one, operating moment-to-moment ) Whether it’s positive or negative reinforcement depends upon how you describe the consequence. ((Yes, the sound of a toilet can be a positive reinforcer ! at least for a cat)) 2) Analyzing behavioral chains: a good way to diagram them: S d 1 S d Sd 3 R 1 R 2 R 3 The brackets delineate successive situations, each accompanied by a distinctive S d Here, S d 2 illustrates a dual functioning chained stimulus Its presentation reinforces R 1 and it sets the occasion for R 2 Examples: A particular screen display as a link within the ATM sequence
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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-32-s11 - Hineline Psychology 2103 5103 Spring 2011...

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