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  1. 1. Chapter 1 Chapter 81) Behavior 28) Terminal behavior2) Behavior analysis 29) Shaping with reinforcement3) Reinforcer 30) Variable-outcome shapingChapter 2 Chapter 94) Baseline 31) Unlearned reinforcer5) Reinforcement contingency 32) Motivating operationChapter 3 33) Premack principle6) Escape contingency 34) Deprivation principle7) Aversive stimulus (negative reinforcer) 35) Satiation principle8) Differential reinforcement of alternative Chapter 11behavior 36) Generalized learned reinforcer9) Functional assessment 37) Learned reinforcer (Secondary orChapter 4 conditioned reinforcer)10) Punishment contingency 38) Token economy11) Dependent variable Chapter 1212) Independent variable 39) Discriminative stimulus (SD)13) Social validity 40) S-deltaChapter 5 41) Prompt14) Penalty contingency 42) Discrimination training procedure15) Response cost 43) Operandum (manipulandum)16) Time out 44) Verbal behavior No definition box in the book, but you can find it on p. 21217) The law of effect Chapter 13Chapter 6 45) Stimulus generalization18) Recovery from punishment 46) Stimulus class19) Spontaneous recovery 47) Concept training20) Extinction 48) Match to sample21) To confound variables 49) Conceptual stimulus control (ConceptualChapter 7 control)22) Response topography 50) Fading procedure23) Latency Chapter 1424) Task analysis 51) Imitation25) Response class 52) Generalized imitation26) Single subject research design 53) Imitative reinforcers27) The differential reinforcement procedure
  2. 2. Chapter 15 Chapter 2154) Avoidance contingency 78) Unconditioned response55) Avoidance of loss contingency 79) Conditioned stimulus56) Warning stimulus 80) Unconditioned stimulusChapter 16 81) Conditioned response57) Punishment by prevention of removal 82) Operant conditioningcontingency 83) Respondent conditioning58) Differential reinforcement of other 84) Higher order conditioningbehavior No definition box in the book, but you can find it on p. 275 85) Respondent extinctionChapter 17 86) Systematic desensitization59) Intermittent reinforcement Chapter 2260) Fixed ratio responding 87) Rule61) Variable-ratio (VR) schedule of 88) Rule-governed analog to a behavioralreinforcement contingency62) Schedule of reinforcement 89) Rule-governed behavior63) Fixed ratio schedule of reinforcement 90) Contingency controlChapter 18 91) Indirect acting contingency64) Fixed interval schedule of reinforcement Chapter 2365) Fixed-interval scallop 92) Feedback66) Variable interval responding 93) Covert behavior67) Fixed-time schedule of reinforcer delivery 94) Task analysis68) Resistance to extinction Chapter 2469) Superstitious behavior 95) Rules that are easy to follow70) Resistance to extinction and intermittent 96) Three-contingency model of performancereinforcement (Principle) management71) Variable-interval schedule of 97) Rules that are hard to followreinforcement Chapter 25Chapter 19 98) Pay for performance72) Concurrent contingencies Chapter 2673) Differential reinforcement of incompatiblebehavior 99) Methodological behaviorismChapter 20 100) Radical behaviorism74) Dual-functioning chained stimuli Chapter 2775) Behavioral chain 101) Performance maintenance76) Backward chaining 102) Behavior trap77) Differential reinforcement of low rate Chapter 28 103) Transfer of training

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