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Unformatted text preview: Variable Interval Schedule (VI): Reinforcement is given for the first correct response made after a varied amount of time Stimulus Control Stimulus Control Effect: Stimuli that consistently precede a rewarded response tend to influence when and where the response will occur Two Aspects of Stimulus Control: Operant Stimulus Generalization: Tendency to respond to stimuli similar to those that preceded operant reinforcement Two Aspects of Stimulus Control: 2. Operant Stimulus Discrimination: Occurs when one learns to differentiate between antecedent stimuli that signal either a reward or a nonreward Discriminative Stimuli: Stimuli that precede reinforced and nonreinforced responses...
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