EAB 3002 Midterm Review
Know the difference between positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement,
positive punishment and negative punishment.
Positive Reinforcement one of the four basic contingencies of operant behavior.
Positive reinforcement is when
Exam 2: Chapters 4 7 REVIEW
What is the basic measure of operant analysis according to Skinner?
Operant rate/rate of response which provides a measure of the probability of a
Thorndike measured latency
What is a primary reinf
Chapter 4: Reinforcement and Extinction of
Two Types of Behavior
o Respondents reflexive,
o CS controls behavior
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING IN ACTION
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Chapter 3: Reflexive Behavior and
What is Phylogenetic Behavior?
Behavior relations that are based on the genetic endowment of an
organism are called phylogenetic and are acquired on the basis of species
Chapter 6 Energy & Metabolism
aA + bB cC + dD
A & B are reactants, C & D are the products, and a, b,
c, & d are the number of moles of reactants and
products. This reaction is reversible, which means that
A + B could be converted to C + D, or C + D could
Piaget's four stages of cognitive development: p. 29
1. Sensorimotor (infancy) Focuses on motor and reflex actions.
2. Preoperation (toddler and early childhood) Focuses on child's intellectual
development in language and using symbols to represent idea
Wink Notes on Chapter 1
Three models of Pedagogy
1. Transformative - the goal includes generating knowledge but extends from the classroom
to the community.
2. Generative - students must actively engage in their learning process.
Applied Behavior Analysis
What is applied behavior analysis? Well first off I would like to say it is my
therapy of choice. It is most compatible with my beliefs, and most effective in helping
clients deal with their pr
Chapter 3 Terms
Respondent conditioning in which the
CS follows rather than precedes the
US. This procedure can be effective
with aversive stimuli but is otherwise
Chapter 1: A Science of Behavior:
Perspective, History and Assumptions
Why Just a Behavior Analytic View?
There is more scientific data supporting behavioral psychology compared to
With an education in behavior analysis, you can get a job a
Chapter 6: Aversive Control of
Aversive stimuli events that organisms avoid or escape from
Primary aversive stimuli an aversive stimulus that has acquired its properties
as a function of species history.
o Examples: loud noises, e
Chapter 2: Experimental Analysis of
What is a Functional Analysis?
The experimental analysis of behavior (EAB) relies on a method of analyzing
behavior environment relations. This method is known as functional
Once a preliminary analy
Exam 1 Review
Exam Date: February 9th
I will go over these things in class on Wednesday. We will cover as many of these topics as
possible but it is your responsibility to be familiar with all of these items.
Major contributions of the following people
Chapter 13: Applied Behavior
Characteristics of Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied behavior analysis is a field of study that focuses on the
application of the principles, methods, and procedures of the science of
behavior to improve human perform
Chapter 5: Schedules of Reinforcement
A schedule of reinforcement states how and when discriminative stimuli and
behavioral consequences will be presented.
Can also be described as a rule specifying the environmental arrangement and
Chapter 11: Correspondence
Relations: Imitation and RuleGoverned Behavior
People do what others do. A child who observes an older sibling raid the
cookie jar may engage in similar behavior.
This example involves correspondence rel
Chapter 12 Verbal Behavior
Language and Verbal Behavior
In contrast with the term language, verbal behavior deals with the performance of a
speaker and the environmental conditions that establish and maintain such
Verbal behavior refers to
Chapter 9: Choice & Preference
When you are at a restaurant, and you look at the menu, you decide which
food you are going to order. After evaluating the options, you choose the
meal that sounds the most appealing to you. After attending to the sa
Chapter 10: Conditioned
Conditioned reinforcement occurs when behavior is strengthened by events
that have an effect because of a conditioning history. The critical aspect of this
history involves a correspondence b
Chapter 8: Stimulus Control
When social or nonsocial events precede operant behavior and affect its
occurrence, they are called controlling stimuli.
A controlling stimulus (S) is said to alter the probability of an operant, in
the sense t
Chapter 1: A Science of Behavior
Why just a behavior analytic view?
There is more scientific data supporting behavioral psychology compared to other views.
With an education in BA, you can get a job as soon as you graduate using Applied
Chapter 2: The Experimental Analysis of Behavior
What is functional analysis of behavior?
The experiential analysis of behavior (EAB) relies on a method of analyzing behavior-
environment relations. This method is known as functional analysis.
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