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Safmeds Chapter 25

ABA I

QuestionAnswer
Functions as Sd or MO for additional speaker's verbal behavior. Autoclitic
Punishment that occurs independent of social mediation of others. Automatic punishment
Reinforcement that occurs independent of social mediation of others. Automatic reinforcement
Occurrence of a single verbal response is a function of more than one variable. Convergent multiple control
Multiple control; single antecedent variable affects strength of many responses. Divergent multiple control
Verbal operant; speaker repeats verbal behavior of another speaker. Echoic
Controlling antecedent stimulus & response share same sense mode. Formal similarity
Tact evoked by novel stimulus; shares all relevant features associated w/ original stimulus. General (tact) extension
Variable operant; involves a response that is evoked by MO & non-verbal stimulus. Impure Tact
Operant; does not have point-to-point correspondence with verbal stimulus. Intraverbal
Provides reinforcement for verbal behavior. Listener
Verbal operant; speaker asks for what he needs & wants. Mand
Novel stimulus; shares some relevant features associated w/ original stimulus. Metaphorical (tact) extinction
Verbal response; shares none of relevant features associated w/ original stimulus. Metonymical (tact) extension
Beginning, middle, & end of verbal stimulus matches beginning, middle, & end of response. Point-to-point correspondance
Evokes substandard verbal behavior such as malaprops. Solistic (tact) extension
Engages in verbal behavior; emits mands, tacts, intraverbals, etc. Speaker
Verbal behavior; spoken verbal stimulus controls written response. Transcription
Behavior; reinforcement is mediated by listener. Verbal behavior
The unit analysis of verbal behavior. Verbal operant
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