Teaching concepts

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marthasear
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Teaching concepts
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2011-08-13 12:02:20
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Behavior modification
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  1. Teaching reliable behaviors depend on
    • Duration
    • Distractions
    • Distance
  2. Behaviors can be measure by
    • Frequency
    • Duration
    • Intensity
  3. Positive Reinforcement
    Rewards a behavior and increases liklihood it will be repeated

    • Positive- increases
    • Negative decreases
    • Punishment-takes away
    • Reinforcement -adds to environment
  4. Positive Punishment
    • Adds to the environment to decrease chances behavior will be repeated.
    • ie.) An aversive spray of citronella to reduce barking


    • Positive- increases
    • Negative decreases
    • Punishment-takes away
    • Reinforcement -adds to environment
  5. Negative reinforcement
    • Takes away something from environment so behavior will increase.
    • ie.) Horse reins...pressure removed when horse turns head

    • Positive- increases
    • Negative decreases
    • Punishment-takes away
    • Reinforcement -adds to environment
  6. Negative punishment
  7. Stimlulus is removed from environment so behavior decreases.
    • ie.) No attention when dog jumps
    • Positive- increases
    • Negative decreases
    • Punishment-takes away
    • Reinforcement -adds to environment
  8. While walking on leash the dog lunges forward and feels pain associated with the tightening of a prong collar. The dog learns not to lunge against the collar.
    C. Positive Punishment




    A. Positive Reinforcement

    B. Negative Reinforcement

    C. Positive Punishment

    D. Negative Punishment

    E. Extinction
  9. The dog barks at the owner for attention and the owner leaves the room. The dog learns not to bark at
    the owner.
    Negative Punishment

    • A. Positive Reinforcement
    • B. Negative Reinforcement
    • C. Positive Punishment
    • D. Negative Punishment
    • E. Extinction

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