Transitive reflexive surrogate motivating operations FK 29 Distinguish between

Transitive reflexive surrogate motivating operations

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Transitive, reflexive, surrogate motivating operations FK-29 Distinguish between the discriminative stimulus and the motivating operation FK-30 Distinguish between motivating operation and reinforcement effects FK-31 Behavioral contingencies FK-32 Contiguity FK-33 Functional relations FK-34 Conditional discriminations FK-35 Stimulus discrimination FK-36 Response generalization FK-37 Stimulus generalization FK-38 Behavioral contrast FK-40 Matching law FK-41 Contingency-shaped behavior FK-42 Rule-governed behavior Distinguish between the Verbal Operants
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BEHP 5011 Syllabus OCT 2019_ 9_13_19_BE 5 FK-43 Echoics FK-44 Mands FK-45 Tacts FK-46 Intraverbals Measurement Concepts FK-47 Identify the measurable dimensions of behavior (e.g., rate, duration, latency, interresponse time). B. Experimental Design B-01 Use the dimensions of applied behavior analysis (Baer, Wolf, Risley, 1968) to evaluate whether interventions are behavior analytic in nature. D. Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change D-05 Use shaping.
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