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BMOD chapter 19

Motive the study of inner drives, needs and wants that cause our actions
Motivating Operation (MO's) a) temporarily alters the effectiveness of a reinforcer or punisher b) influences behavior that normally leads to that reinforcer or punisher
MO's a) value-altering effect b) behavior-altering effect
Motivating Establishing Operation (MEO) Event or operation that temporarily increases the effectiveness of a reinforcer or punisher & that increases the likelihood of behaviors that lead to that reinforcer or decrease the likelihood of behaviors that lead to punishers
Motivating Abolishing Operation (MAO) event/operation that temporarily decreases the effectiveness of a reinforcer/punisher and decreases the likelihood of behaviors that normally lead to that reinforcer or increase the likelihood of behaviors that normally lead to that punisher
examples of unconditioned motivating establishing operations (UMEO) food, water, sleep, activity, oxygen, sexual stimulation
Unconditioned motivating abolishing operations (UMAO) satiation of UMEO's
Conditioned MO's alter the effectiveness of consequences as reinforcers/punishers because of prior learning
Unconditioned MO's value-altering effect is innate (without prior learning)
Difference between SD and CMEO SD : cue that tells you what to do to get what you want CMEO : cue that makes you want something and tells you what to do to get it
Difference between S-delta and CMAO S-delta : cue that tells you that emitting a behavior will not lead to something you want CMAO : influences someone to no longer want a particular consequence and decreases behavior that would lead to that consequence
Types of basic verbal responses echoic, tact & mand
order to teach basic verbal responses mand - echoic - tact
Mand verbal response under control of MO and is reinforced by the corresponding reinforcer of removal of the corresponding aversive stimulus example: "Are you thirsty? Do you want juice?"
Tact a naming response that is developed and maintained by social reinforcement example: "what's that?" pointing to glass of water
Echoic verbal imitative response that is developed and maintained by social reinforcement example: "Say water"
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