Respond words & vocalsby Melissa DawsWith thanks to Madonna
In the beginning,there was the rat.
Skinner saw that the   rat had no box.
And lo, there was a          box.SkinnerBox
What are you lookin’ at?Rat…… rat...
If you give a behaviorist a rat,a lever, and a reinforcer, what          will you get?
“A behavioralcontingency.”
Look around, contingenciesare all around you.They’re everywhere that yougo.You try everything you can toescape the pain of...
If all else fails and you can’tavoid aversive shock andbeing really annoyed.I know a way you can stop thismess.Its called ...
So come on respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
All you need is some waterreinforcement.It’s right there under your nose.Move aside, just a bit, youalmost touched it.Plea...
I will shape your successiveapproximations to pressing thelever down.If you do it, you will get waternow.That’s the situat...
So come on respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
Water’s given for pressing, notjust for your cleaning andscratching.After you have learned that, youwill learn how to pull...
Respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
Respond…… Water’s in thedipper.
Before       Behavior         AfterRudolf has      Rudolf       Rudolf has no water    presses lever     water
Respond…… Water’s in thedipper.
Force, duration, frequencydescribe responses, not stimuli.Response, behavior, stimulusall of these apply to us.Thinking, r...
When reinforcement’sintermittent, it makes extinctionmore resistant.Greater effort, quicker satiation,but you’ll respond u...
That’s the way it always goes,when you learn to use your toes.Now you know how to pull thechain.I can’t believe how quick ...
Don’t just stand there,let’s get to it.Press the lever,there’s nothing to it.Respond…..
Before       Behavior         AfterRudolf has      Rudolf       Rudolf has  shock      presses lever    no shock
Respond….
Oooh, you’ve got to just let yourpaw press down the lever.Oooh, you’ve got to press itdown, down now.Oooh, you’ve got to …...
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  1. 1. Respond words & vocalsby Melissa DawsWith thanks to Madonna
  2. 2. In the beginning,there was the rat.
  3. 3. Skinner saw that the rat had no box.
  4. 4. And lo, there was a box.SkinnerBox
  5. 5. What are you lookin’ at?Rat…… rat...
  6. 6. If you give a behaviorist a rat,a lever, and a reinforcer, what will you get?
  7. 7. “A behavioralcontingency.”
  8. 8. Look around, contingenciesare all around you.They’re everywhere that yougo.You try everything you can toescape the pain of shock,Rudolf knows.
  9. 9. If all else fails and you can’tavoid aversive shock andbeing really annoyed.I know a way you can stop thismess.Its called a lever press, andthat’s what it’s for.
  10. 10. So come on respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
  11. 11. All you need is some waterreinforcement.It’s right there under your nose.Move aside, just a bit, youalmost touched it.Please just stand on your toes.
  12. 12. I will shape your successiveapproximations to pressing thelever down.If you do it, you will get waternow.That’s the situation.That’s how it’s done.
  13. 13. So come on respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
  14. 14. Water’s given for pressing, notjust for your cleaning andscratching.After you have learned that, youwill learn how to pull the chain,touch the sticker.Then you’ll be a well-trained ratnow.
  15. 15. Respond.Press your paw right down on it.Come on respond.Press the lever down now.I know you can do it.
  16. 16. Respond…… Water’s in thedipper.
  17. 17. Before Behavior AfterRudolf has Rudolf Rudolf has no water presses lever water
  18. 18. Respond…… Water’s in thedipper.
  19. 19. Force, duration, frequencydescribe responses, not stimuli.Response, behavior, stimulusall of these apply to us.Thinking, rules, such as thatapply to humans, but not rats.
  20. 20. When reinforcement’sintermittent, it makes extinctionmore resistant.Greater effort, quicker satiation,but you’ll respond underdeprivation.
  21. 21. That’s the way it always goes,when you learn to use your toes.Now you know how to pull thechain.I can’t believe how quick youlearned this game.
  22. 22. Don’t just stand there,let’s get to it.Press the lever,there’s nothing to it.Respond…..
  23. 23. Before Behavior AfterRudolf has Rudolf Rudolf has shock presses lever no shock
  24. 24. Respond….
  25. 25. Oooh, you’ve got to just let yourpaw press down the lever.Oooh, you’ve got to press itdown, down now.Oooh, you’ve got to …Respond...
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