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JKP Unit 1

Behavior Everything that an organism does
Public Behavior Behavior that can be observed by others
Private Behavior Behavior that cannot be observed by others
Response specific instance of behavior
Response Cycle The beginning, middle, and end of a response
Property fundamental quality of a natural event
Dimensional Quantity quantifiable aspect of a property
Temporal Locus Responses occur in time
Latency time between a stimulus and a response
Temporal Extent All responses have durations
Duration time between beginning and end of the response cycle
Repeatability Responses can reoccur
Countability Count or frequency
Inter-response time time between two successive responses
Rate Cycles per unit time
Celeration Increase or decrease in rate over time
Topography Physical nature of a response
Magnitude Intensity with which a response is emitted
Function Effect of a response on the environment
Manipulandum Physical object that can be manipulated
Response class Responses grouped by topography or function
Topographic Response Class Group of responses that share a common form
Functional Response Class Group of responses that have the same effect on the environment
Environment Total constellation of stimuli which can affect behavior
Stimulus Change in the environment which can affect behavior
Static stimulus condition Environment remains constant
Antecedent Stimulus which precedes a response
Consequence Stimulus which follows a response
Evoke Behavior likely to occur under present conditions
Abate Behavior not likely to occur under present conditions
Created by: Cambam