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Unformatted text preview: How can self-control be conditioned? Provide an example of self-control training from common human ex-perience. 8. How are concurrent-chain schedules different from concurrent schedules, and what kinds of research ques-tions require the use of concurrent-chain schedules? 9. What is the central premise of the modern two-process theory? Describe three specific predictions of the the-ory. 10. Compare the Premack principle to the response deprivation hypothesis. What evidence supports the response deprivation hypothesis? 11. What is the behavioral bliss point? How does an experimenter determine the bliss point? How does the bliss point approach account for reinforcer effects? 12. Suppose you want to reduce the occurrence of some undesired social behavior (like illegal drug use). Describe two things you would do that, according to economic concepts of response allocation, would decrease the be-havior?...
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