Human Learning     Topic 4: Part 1 Operant Conditioning Foundations -                         continuedCEDP 324   Ryan Sai...
Punishment Probably of response decreases      Weakening Processes: Punishment Stimulus: Punisher Have to watch behav...
Reinforcement Types Positive reinforcement      Stimulus is added      Behavior increases Says nothing about good Dif...
Punishment Types Positive Punishment      Stimulus is added      Behavior decreases No moral value Negative Punishmen...
Contingency Table                                                    Probability of Behavior                              ...
Types of reinforcers Unconditional  reinforcers          Sex, water,           food Conditioned  reinforcers          ...
Three-Term Contingency                                                                SD - R - SR+/-      Discriminative ...
Complex Behavior and          History These processes form complex behavior      Plus a few more Individual behavior pa...
Credits www.sxc.hu      Recycle sign - emitea      Candy - sylmac      Nebula - flaivolka      Scaffold - mattox     ...
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324 04 part 1.2 operant conditioning foundations

  1. 1. Human Learning Topic 4: Part 1 Operant Conditioning Foundations - continuedCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 1 3/30/2012
  2. 2. Punishment Probably of response decreases  Weakening Processes: Punishment Stimulus: Punisher Have to watch behaviorCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 2 3/30/2012
  3. 3. Reinforcement Types Positive reinforcement  Stimulus is added  Behavior increases Says nothing about good Different strokes for different folks Negative reinforcement  Stimulus is removed  Behavior increases  Escape / avoidanceCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 3 3/30/2012
  4. 4. Punishment Types Positive Punishment  Stimulus is added  Behavior decreases No moral value Negative Punishment  Stimulus is removed  Behavior decreases  Response costCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 4 3/30/2012
  5. 5. Contingency Table Probability of Behavior Increases Decreases Positive Positive Stimulus was Added Reinforcement Punishment Negative Negative Removed Reinforcement PunishmentCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 5 3/30/2012
  6. 6. Types of reinforcers Unconditional reinforcers  Sex, water, food Conditioned reinforcers  Paired with other SR Generalized reinforcers  Work with many people  Work with many behaviorsCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 6 3/30/2012
  7. 7. Three-Term Contingency SD - R - SR+/- Discriminative Stimulus  Behavior is under „control‟ of a stimulus  Consequences are still the key. Describe Increase in “Well done!” SR+ reinforcement behavior …. Car not Wobble goes Get alignment SR- handling well away. Add too much Make Curry Tastes bad. SP+ ginger. “Confirm Press “Yes” Lose paper. SP- Delete?” CEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 7 3/30/2012
  8. 8. Complex Behavior and History These processes form complex behavior  Plus a few more Individual behavior patterns  Reinforcement historyCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 8 3/30/2012
  9. 9. Credits www.sxc.hu  Recycle sign - emitea  Candy - sylmac  Nebula - flaivolka  Scaffold - mattox  Prison – stockers9  Start button - ilco  Stop sign – svilen001  Beach - brasswatchCEDP 324 Ryan Sain, Ph.D. 9 3/30/2012

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