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ABA Foundations ch. 11
cooper, heron, & heward ch. 11 key terms
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reinforcement that occurs independent of the social mediation of others.
a stimulus that functions as a reinforcer because of prior pairing with one or more other reinforcers
generalized conditioned reinforcer
a conditioned reinforcer that as a result of having been paired with many other reinforcers does not depend on an establishing operation for any particular form of reinforcement for its effectiveness
a response followed immediately by the presentation of a stimulus change that results in similar responses occurring more often
A stimulus whose presentation or onset functions as reinforcement.
a principle that states that making the opportunity to engage in a high-probability beahvior contingent on the occurrence of a low-frequency behavior will function as reinforcement for the low-frequency behavior
refers to a variety of direct, empirical methods for presenting one or more stimuli contingent on a target response and measuring their effectiveness as reinforcers
a model for predicting whether contingent access to one behavior will function as reinforcement for engaging in another behavior based on whether access to the contingent behavior represents a restriction of the activity compared to the baseline level of engagement
Behavior controlled by a rule (i.e., a verbal statement of an antecedent-behavior-consequence contingency); enables human behavior (e.g., fastening a seat belt) to come under the indirect control of temporally remote or improbable but potentially significant consequences (e.g., avoiding injury in an auto accident). Often used in contrast to contingency-shaped behavior.
socially mediated contingencies
a contingency in which an antecedent stimulus and/or the consequence for the behavior is presented by another person.
stimulus preference assessment
a variety of procedures used to determine the stimuli that a person prefers, the relative preference values of those stimuli, the conditions under which those preference values remain in effect and their presumed value as reinforcers.
a stimulus change that increases the frequency of any behavior that immediately precedes it irrespective of the organisms learning history with the stimulus.
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