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SPLED503A Set 2

ABA I Flashcards (set 2)

Premack Principle Given any pair of operant behaviors, the more frequent (preferred) one will reinforce the less frequent (less preferred) one. "Grandma's Law".
Continuous Reinforcement (CRF) An FR schedule of reinforcement in which a behavior is reinforced each time it occurs
Differential Reinforcement Reinforcement of one behavior rather than another; used in discrimination training and in behavior reduction procedures
DRH Reinforcement of progressively higher rates/intensity of a given behavior
DRA Reinforcement of a behavior that is a preferred functionally alternative to an unwanted behavior
Non-Discrimininative Stimulus (S Delta) That stimulus or occasion that does not occasion a given behavior; stimuli not reliably present when a given behavior is reinforced
Maintenance Performing a response after systematic behavior change procedures have been withdrawn
Establishing/Motivating Operation Environmental event, operation, or stimulus condition that momentarily (a) alters the reinforcing effectiveness of other events and (b) the frequency of occurrence of the type of behavior that had been consequated by those other events
Discriminative Stimulus Antecedent that serves as a cue to occasion a response that results in reinforcement
Shaping Teaching new behaviors through differential reinforcement of successive approximations to a specified behavior
Chaining Instructional procedure that reinforces individual responses in a sequence, forming a complex behavior
Topography The physical features of a response
Responsive Class Set of responses that are topographically similar or serve the same function
Functional Relationship Exists if the dependent variable systematically changes in the desired direction as a result of the application of the independent variable
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