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NOTES-37-s11 - Today's Agenda: Hineline - Psychology 2103 /...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 -- Spring, 2011 Notes, 18 April (37th meeting) Today's Agenda: Lecture on problems from Interteach # 26 Interteach # 27 Probe # 4 will be returned at end of class Coming Events: 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 2) Generalized Conditioned Reinforcer Malott’s term was “Generalized Learned Reinforcer” It is a type of conditioned, or learned reinforcer, one that is based on its relationship to more than one kind of primary, or unlearned reinforcer. Common examples: money, eye-contact (attention), statements of approval A common confusion – Students often say its special characteristic is that it can be used to teach many different kinds of behavior. It’s true that one can do so,
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