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SPLED503A Set 1

ABA I Flashcards (set 1)

QuestionAnswer
Positive Reinforcement (R+) Contingent presentation of a stimulus immediately following a response that increases the future rate of that response
Negative Reinforcement (R-) Contingent removal of an aversive stimulus following a response that increases the future rate of that response
Positive Punishment (Type 1) Contingent presentation of a stimulus immediately following a response that decreases the future rate of that response
Negative Punishment (Type 2) Contingent removal of a pleasant stimulus following a response that decreases the future rate of that response
Unconditioned (Primary) Reinforcer Stimuli that increase behavior without prior learning (food, water, sex) Conditioned (Secondary) Reinforcer
Unconditioned Punisher Stimuli that decrease behavior without prior learning (heat, loud sounds) Conditioned Punisher
Extinction Withholding reinforcement for a previously reinforced behavior
Unconditioned Stimulus (US) A stimulus that elicits an Unconditioned Response without prior learning or conditioning
Unconditioned Responses (UR) A response which is elicited by a US
Reflex The relationship between an unconditioned stimulus and an unconditioned response
Conditioned Stimulus A stimulus that elicits a conditioned response due to prior learning
Conditioned Response A response that is elicited by a conditioned stimulus due to prior learning
Classical or Respondent Conditioning Pairing a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus that results in the neutral stimulus becoming a conditioned stimulus
Higher Order Conditioning Pairing a neutral stimulus with a conditioned stimulus that results in the neutral stimulus becoming a conditioned stimulus
Respondent Behavior An unlearned/automatic set of responses that are elicited by antecedent stimuli (reflex)
Operant Behavior Behavior whose probability of occurrence is determined by its history of consequences/reinforcement
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