PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Seat Belt, Intellectual Disability, Verbal Behavior

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When we are food deprived, food is a powerful reinforcer, and we are likely to engage in various food-seeking behaviors. Just after eating a big meal, however, food temporarily loses its effectiveness as a reinforcer, and we are less likely to engage in food-seeking behaviors. Suppose also that at one particular practice, the coach announced that players would earn points for performing well (catching the ball, getting a hit, etc. ), and that the five players with the most points would each be awarded a ticket to attend a major league baseball game. This announcement immediately made points a reinforcer for the players. Operations (cmao: value-altering effect of a umo is innate, while the behavior-altering effect is learned, cmos both the value-altering and the behavior-altering effect are due to learning (acquired drivers and social motives involve cmo) Cmeo is a cue that makes you want something and tells you what to do to get it.

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