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Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 8

  • January 19th, 2018

“An adequate formulation of the interaction between an organism and its environment must always specify three things: (1) the occasion upon which a response occurs, (2) the response itself, and (3) the reinforcing consequences. The interrelationships among them are the “contingencies of reinforcement.” (p. 7)
 

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Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 7

  • January 18th, 2018

“Any stimulus present when an operant is reinforced acquires control in the sense that the rate will be higher when it is present. Such a stimulus does not act as a goad; it does not elicit the response in the sense of forcing it to occur. It is simply an essential aspect of the occasion upon which a response is […]

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Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 6

  • January 17th, 2018

“The class of responses upon which a reinforcer is contingent is called an operant, to suggest the action on the environment followed by reinforcement. We construct an operant by making a reinforcer contingent on a response, but the important fact about the resulting unit is not its topography but its probability of occurrence, observed as rate of emission.” (p. 7)
 

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19 01, 2018

Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 8

  • January 19th, 2018

“An adequate formulation of the interaction between an organism and its environment must always specify three things: (1) the occasion upon which a response occurs, (2) the response itself, and (3) the reinforcing consequences. The interrelationships among them are the “contingencies of reinforcement.” (p. 7)
 

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18 01, 2018

Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 7

  • January 18th, 2018

“Any stimulus present when an operant is reinforced acquires control in the sense that the rate will be higher when it is present. Such a stimulus does not act as a goad; it does not elicit the response in the sense of forcing it to occur. It is simply an essential aspect of the occasion upon which a response is […]

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17 01, 2018

Contingencies of Reinforcement. Chapter 1: The Role of the Environment. Quote 6

  • January 17th, 2018

“The class of responses upon which a reinforcer is contingent is called an operant, to suggest the action on the environment followed by reinforcement. We construct an operant by making a reinforcer contingent on a response, but the important fact about the resulting unit is not its topography but its probability of occurrence, observed as rate of emission.” (p. 7)
 

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