PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Sexual Stimulation, Seat Belt, Stimulus Control

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Behavioral view of motivation: motivating operation (mo) is an event or operation that, temporarily alters the effectiveness of a reinforcer or punisher b) Influences behavior that normally leads to that reinforcer or punisher: ex. when we are food deprived, food is 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. So deprivation & satiation of food are mos: mos also affect punishers. Ex. timeout: if coach stated that if person was performing well, they will earn points and they will be rewarded w/ a ticket to see a game. Cmaos & s s: the distinction between s and conditioned motivating abolishing operation (cmao) is the analogous to the distinction b/w sd and cmeo.

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