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°°5.6 what are the schedules of reinforcement?Partial reinforcement effect-a response that is reinforced after some but not all correct responses Will be more resistant to extinction than a response that receives a continuous reinforcementContinuous reinforcement-a reinforce for each and every correct responseFixed interval schedule for reinforcement-the reinforce is received after a certain fixed interval of time has passed
Fixed intervalVariable interval-interval of time changesFixed ratio-Number of good things is fixed before reinforcementVariable ratio-Random number of good things will call for reinforcement°5.7 what is punishment and how does it differ from reinforcement?Punishment-opposite of reinforcement causes a response to be least likely to happen againPunishment by application-when unpleasant is added to situationPunishment by removal- confuse up negative reinforcement removal something pleasurable°°5.8 what are some of the problems using punishment?How to make punishment more effectiveoPunishment should immediately following the behavioroPunishment should be consistentoPunishment of the wrong behavior should be repaired whenever possible what’s reinforcement of the right behavior°5.9 how to operant stimuli control behavior and what are some other concepts that can enhance or limit operant conditioning?
°5.10 what is behavior modification and how cam behavior techniques be used to modify involuntary biological responses?°