reinforcement and punichment

reinforcement and punichment - Positive reinforcement give...

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1 Positive reinforcement give a reward when response occurs Response: press the lever Rewarding stimulus is presented: food positive R+ stimulus = put in cage 2 Negative reinforcement take away bad stimulus or event when response occurs Aversive stimulus is removed: shock off Response: press the lever negative R+ stimulus = put in cage with electric shock Positive vs. Negative R+ Response: press the lever Aversive stimulus is removed: shock off Rewarding stimulus is presented: food Response: press the lever negative R+ positive R+ stimulus = put in cage 4 Gender A. Male B. Female 5 Which shows negative reinforcement? A. Matt roughs up his football opponent and draws a penalty B. To alleviate the discomfort of nicotine withdrawal, Mazie lights up a cigarette after her plane flight C. After Hector makes a big sale, his boss takes him out to dinner Copyright @2008 Robin Lea West 6 Punishment decreases the probability of a behavior or stops it briefly not the same as negative R+
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