AP Psychology Learning-Operant Conditioning Revision (Page 1 of 1)
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Types of Partial Reinforcement Schedules
It takes up a long time in making the subject learn it but when learnt, it is not possible to forget it. There are four distinct types of partial reinforcement schedules:
1. Fixed ratio schedule: In this schedule, reinforcement… (279 more words) …
This type of economy is aloof from the economy that goes on in the real world. It is the world of economy created in institutions like prisons, rehabilitation centers, or mental hospitals whereby individuals are given token when they give… (17 more words) …
Understanding the concept of Operant Conditioning
- B. F. Skinner proved what theories were postulated by Thorndike and Watson. That is, he gave support to the framing of law of effect and chain reactions of stimuli-response. This is proved by conducting experiment on rats by using a… (137 more words) …
Classical conditioning vs. Operant Conditioning Summary of classical and operant conditioning
People who are energetic at early morning or the day people are because of circadian rhythms.
Important terms in Operant Conditioning
Here’s some operant vocabulary that you should know:
- Primary Reinforcement: This reinforcement comes naturally from within. It is not needed to be taught, e. g. , food and water are primary reinforcers.
- Secondary Reinforcement: This reinforcement is which… (233 more words) …