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A thing or event that evokes a specific functional reaction in an organ or tissue area of the brain which respond to auditory stimuli.
Increase in the frequency of a target behavior (response)that occurs when a behavior is followed by presentation of a positive reinforcer.
Increase in the frequency of a target behavior (response) that occurs when a negative reinforcer is
; escape conditioning and avoidance condition are examples.
Refers to the fact that the learning forms an association, usually between a stimulus and a response or between two stimuli.
Reappearance of an extinguished CR after the passage of time.
Occurrence of responses to stimuli that are similar to a CS
Occurrence of responses only in a specific CS
Stimulus that has innate reinforcing properties
Stimulus that acquires reinforcing properties by being associated with a primary reinforcer.
A form of operant conditioning in which a desired response is taught by reinforcement of successive response that more closely resembles the target response.
Law of Effect
Thorndike's view that reinforcers promote learning, whereas punishers lead to the unlearning of responses.
Schedules of Reinforcement
Preset pattern for delivering reinforcement.