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About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 3

  • March 27th, 2017

“The apparent lack of immediate cause in operant behavior has led to the invention of an initiating event. Behavior is said to be put into play when a person wills to act. The term has a confusing history.”

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About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 2

  • March 24th, 2017

“To distinguish an operant from an elicited reflex, we say that the operant response is “emitted.” (It might be better to say simply that it appears, since emission may imply that behavior exists inside the organism and then comes out. But the word need not mean ejection; light is not in the hot filament before it is emitted.)”

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About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 1

  • March 23rd, 2017

“The process of operant conditioning . . . is simple enough. When a bit of behavior has the kind of consequence called reinforcing, it is more likely to occur again . . . The process supplements natural selection. Important consequences of behavior which could not play a role in evolution because they were not sufficiently stable features of the environment […]

27 03, 2017

About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 3

  • March 27th, 2017

“The apparent lack of immediate cause in operant behavior has led to the invention of an initiating event. Behavior is said to be put into play when a person wills to act. The term has a confusing history.”

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24 03, 2017

About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 2

  • March 24th, 2017

“To distinguish an operant from an elicited reflex, we say that the operant response is “emitted.” (It might be better to say simply that it appears, since emission may imply that behavior exists inside the organism and then comes out. But the word need not mean ejection; light is not in the hot filament before it is emitted.)”

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23 03, 2017

About Behaviorism, Chapter 4: Operant Behavior, Quote 1

  • March 23rd, 2017

“The process of operant conditioning . . . is simple enough. When a bit of behavior has the kind of consequence called reinforcing, it is more likely to occur again . . . The process supplements natural selection. Important consequences of behavior which could not play a role in evolution because they were not sufficiently stable features of the environment […]

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