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7701 Unit 1

ABA definitions

Radical Behaviorlism A thoroughgoing form of behaviorism that attempts to understand all human behavior including private events such as thoughts and feelings in terms of controlling variables in the history of the people species
The process by which when a conditioned stimulus is no longer paired with an unconditioned stimulus, the conditioned stimulus gradually ceases to elict the conditioned response
A stimulus change that decreases the fredquency of any behavior that immediately precded it, irrespective of the organism's learning history with the stimulus
Principle of behavior A statement describing a functional relation between behavior and one or more if its controlling variables with generality across organisma species setting, behavior, and time
Refers to dependent and or temporal relations between operant behavior and its controlling variables
reinforcement punishment WRONG A stimulus or event that, when presented contingent on the occurrence of a behavior, decrease the future problability of the behavior
phylogeny Parsimony Wrong The history of the development of an individual during its lifetime
respondent conditioning Operant conditioning Wrong A stimulus response relation consisting of an antecedent stimulus and the respondent behavior it elicits
neutral stimulus A neutral change that does not elicit respondent behavior
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