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### Ch. 12 hw 7 e

1. 1. Name: ____________________ Instructor: _____________________ Grade: _____ Learning Opportunities: __103___ Chapter 12 Conceptual Work Sheets for Stimulus Discrimination Stimulus Discrimination vs. Response Differentiation Be sure you don’t confuse discrimination with response differentiation. Follow the instructions for the following exercises. Identifying the Procedures Please circle the best answers for each of the following (the first one is not a boxed definition from the book. So you’ll have to think about it.) Definition: Concept  One response class occurs more frequently than  Another response class  Because of either a differential reinforcement or a differential punishment procedure. 1. Which choice identifies the definition? A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination Definition: Concept  A response occurs more frequently in the presence of one stimulus than  In the presence of another stimulus  Because of a discrimination training procedure. 2. Which choice identifies the definition? A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination 3. Selecting between a proper way of responding and an improper way of responding: A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination 4. Selecting between a proper occasion for responding and an improper occasion for responding: A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination 5. Involves two different responses: 6. A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination Involves two different stimuli: A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination Skinner Box 7. 8. You train Rudolph to press the lever with 20 grams of force and not with 10 grams of force. A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination You train Rudolph to press the lever in the presence of a light and not in its absence. A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination Business 9. Your fellow employees train you to work hard when the boss is in, and to slack off when she is not. (The presence of and absence of the boss are the stimuli). A. Response Differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination 10. When in a business setting, your boss trains you to act professionally, not unprofessionally. (You are acting in two different ways). A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination Tennis 11. Your tennis pro trains you to make the proper serve rather than an improper one. (Remember: you train Rudolph to press the lever with 20 grams of force rather than with 10 grams of force. In both cases, the emphasis is on the different ways of acting, not on telling the proper occasion for action. Which did we say we used to train the proper way to respond?) A. Response differentiation B. Stimulus discrimination