Behavior Modification<br />Chapter 19 – Ryan Sain<br />
Motivation<br />Traditional definitions focus on internal drives<br />This is typically circular<br />Behaviorally – motiv...
Conditioned vs. unconditioned<br />With unconditioned MOs the value altering effect is innate<br />Food deprivation<br />B...
How are these different than sds?<br />Sds are a stimulus that is connected to a specific response through a contingency<b...
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Cedp 402 chapter 19

  1. 1. Behavior Modification<br />Chapter 19 – Ryan Sain<br />
  2. 2. Motivation<br />Traditional definitions focus on internal drives<br />This is typically circular<br />Behaviorally – motivation relates to something in the environment that can be observed and measured<br />Motivating operations<br />Establishing operations<br />Abolishing operations<br />These affect consequences – both punishers and reinforcers<br />
  3. 3. Conditioned vs. unconditioned<br />With unconditioned MOs the value altering effect is innate<br />Food deprivation<br />But the behavior it affects IS learned<br />With conditioned MOs he value altering effect is due to prior learning<br />Imaginary pressure (for practice)<br />
  4. 4. How are these different than sds?<br />Sds are a stimulus that is connected to a specific response through a contingency<br />CMEOs are events or conditions that alter the effectiveness of the consequence<br />They are temporary effects<br />Rules and goals are often CMEOs and not SDsinto themselves.<br />

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