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NOTES-33-s11 - Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 - Fall,...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 -- Fall, 2011 Notes, 8 April (33 rd meeting) Today's Agenda: Lecture on Problems from # 24, and review of 19-24 Monday, 11 April -- Probe # 4 Wednesday, 13 Apr Interteach # 25 Friday, 15 Apr Interteach # 26 Monday, 18 Apr Interteach # 27 Wednesday, 20 Apr Interteach # 28 Friday, 22 Apr Interteach # 29 Monday, 25 Apr Interteach # 30 Wednesday, 27 Apr Interteach # 31 Friday, 29 April Review for Probe # 5 Monday 2 May Probe # 5 – last class meeting Thursday, 5 May Book Reviews due Friday, 6 May Final Exam – 8:00 – 10:00 AM You will discover that Prep Guides # 25 # 27 are based upon a chapter by Bailey and Wallander, instead of upon our textbook. This is because Malott’s treatment of verbal and rule-governed behavior is needlessly complex and confusing. He’s hung up on the effects of delayed reinforcement, seeming not to recognize that the resulting problems that he struggles with are non-problems, if one recognizes rule-following as a higher-order class, comparable to generalized imitation as a higher-order class, while also recognizing that once established, the repertoire of rule-following can be maintained by intermittent reinforcement. From Guide # 24: 2) First, the difference between respondent and operant conditioning hinges upon: whether the occurrence of behavior affects the stimulus that follows it: That is, the Pavlovian US occurs whether-or-not the response occurs. The operant reinforcer occurs only if
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