FRHD 3150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Classical Conditioning, Equivalence Class, Reinforcement

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Stimuli: anything that you can perceive as present in your environmental context. Stimulus control: the degree of correlation between the occurrence of a particular stimulus and of the particular response, weak correlation means there is no evoked response, strong correlation means there is the desired response. Discriminative stimulus (sd: when the consequence only occurs in the presence of the stimulus. Stimulus delta (s : if the stimulus is present, then response will not be reinforced, when the consequence never occurs in the presence of the stimulus. Procedure of reinforcing a response in the presence of an sd. And extinguishing that response in the presence of s . Procedure of reinforcing a response in the presence of a stimulus or situation and the effect of the response becoming more probable in the presence of another stimulus or situation i. e. same response happening to different stimuli. When the behaviour remains the same across various stimuli.

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