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2/25/13 Give at least 3 examples of a discriminative stimulus not from the book. Also indicate the response Swimming pool and the response is to jump in Pass an officer and the response is to salute Seeing a green light and putting your foot on the gas A teacher talking and the response is to listen Being asked a question and the response is answering the question Give at least 3 examples of an S-Delta not from the book. Also indicate the response There are no seats on a bus, sit down When you see a cop, keep foot on pedal If you pass a friend in the military, you salute them If the pool is empty, you jump in Diagram discriminative training procedure S-Discriminative -> reinforcer No reinforcer-> Behavior S-Delta - > no reinforcer Give at least 3 examples of discrimination training procedure Child wants a toy – the s-d is the presence of the mom – the child cries and is reinforced with a toy. In the s-delta, the mom is not present – the child cries and is not reinforced
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Unformatted text preview: (not receiving) with the toy. Before – thirsty. S-d is there is water in the cup, s-delta is no water in cup, behavior is sipping on cup, reinforcer for s-d is drink water, reinforcer for s-delta is not drinking water • Diagram discrimination training using escape S-D removal of aversive stimulus Aversive stimulus response S-Delta aversive stimulus S-D: Full bottle no sunburn Sunburn Grab bottle of Aloe S-Delta: empty bottle still have sunburn • Compare & contrast discriminative stimulus and the before condition They both come before the behavior, D-S makes it more likely that if the behavior occurs, the reinforcer occurs. The before condition does not influence the reinforcer • Explain why a stimulus must first become a discriminative stimulus before it becomes a learned reinforcer The learned reinforcer has to come first. Once it becomes a discriminative stimulus, it is followed by the reinforcer...
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