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A [...] is [...] that has been so attached to land or a building that, by law, it becomes part of the real property. Examples of [...] are heating systems, elevator equipment in highrise buildings, radiators, kitchen cabinets, light [...] , and plumbing. Almost any item that has been added as a permanent part of a building is considered a [...] .
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fixture
personal property


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In interval reinforcemtn schedules, reinforcement is limited by time, not how many times the behavior happened. (e.g., if the pigeon has pecked 50 times during the 60 seconds, it still only gets one treat).

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FIXED INTERVAL (FI): You can only get one reinforcer in a certain period fo time (e.g., Getting sex after taking out trash, but at most once per week).

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On a fixed interval schedule the response rate is high near the end of the interval and low (or non-existent) during most of the interval.

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VARIABLE INTERVAL (VI) Reinforcement occurs the first time the target behavior is emitted after a variable/unpredictable interval of time has elapsed. For example, Skinner's pigeons might receive feed if they pecked once at the end of a 30 second interval, then at the end of a 20 second interval, then after a 40 second interval, etc. Here, the subject can't anticipate when reinforcement might occur and therefore continues to perform the behavior at a moderate rate and without pause.

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FIXED RATIO (FR) Reinforcement occurs after a fixed/set/exact number of responses are emitted. For example, in piecemeal work, the person is paid after every 500 envelopes stuffed. Response rate is typically moderate to high, and the subject may pause after reinforcement is provided, especially if the ratio is large (i.e., many responses are required before reinforcement).

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Shaping involves is when you reinforce someone for getting closer and closer to what you want them to do.

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Chaining involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is mildly reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue (discriminative stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.

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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat your spinach (low frequency behavior), you can go out to play(high frequency behavior)."

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Bandura's social learning theory says we anticipate reinforcers and act accordingly; classical and operant conditioning believe that we are programmed by past reinforcement/punishment.

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According to Bandura, Observational Learning has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), retention (remembering what is seen/heard), production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)

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According to [...], Observational Learning has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), retention (remembering what is seen/heard), production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)
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Bandura


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According to Bandura, [...] has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), retention (remembering what is seen/heard), production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)
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Observational Learning


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According to Bandura, Observational Learning has 4 steps: [...], retention (remembering what is seen/heard), production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)
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attention (attending to model)


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According to Bandura, Observational Learning has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), [...], production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)
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retention (remembering what is seen/heard)


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According to Bandura, Observational Learning has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), retention (remembering what is seen/heard), [...], and motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)
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production (reproducing the memory during imitation)


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According to Bandura, Observational Learning has 4 steps: attention (attending to model), retention (remembering what is seen/heard), production (reproducing the memory during imitation), and [...]
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motivation (reinforcement for accurate performance)


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The [...] behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by contingencies in the environment. In contrast, social learning theorists believe in reciprocal determinism, according to which an interactive triad of the person, his/her behavior, and the environment regulate the individual's behavior. For example, a car accident victim anticipates positive reinforcement (i.e., money) for complaints of pain and therefore files a disability claim. Receiving this reinforcement leads the victim to become even less active which then weakens his muscles further and thereby causes him more (and very real) pain.
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radical


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The radical behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by contingencies in the environment. In contrast, social learning theorists believe in reciprocal determinism, according to wh

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The radical behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by [...] in the environment. In contrast, social learning theorists believe in reciprocal determinism, according to which an interactive triad of the person, his/her behavior, and the environment regulate the individual's behavior. For example, a car accident victim anticipates positive reinforcement (i.e., money) for complaints of pain and therefore files a disability claim. Receiving this reinforcement leads the victim to become even less active which then weakens his muscles further and thereby causes him more (and very real) pain.
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contingencies


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The radical behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by contingencies in the environment. In contrast, [...] learning theorists believe in reciprocal determinism, according to which an interactive triad of the person, his/her behavior, and the environment regulate the individual's behavior. For example, a car accident victim anticipates positive reinforcement (i.e., money) for complaints of pain and therefore files a disability claim. Receiving this reinforcement leads the victim to become even less active which then weakens his muscles further and thereby causes him more (and very real) pain.
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social


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The radical behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by contingencies in the environment. In contrast, social learning theorists believe in reciprocal determinism, according to which an interactive triad of the person, his/her behavior, and the environment regulate the individual's behavior. Fo

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The radical behaviorist viewpoint contends that all behavior is shaped by contingencies in the environment. In contrast, social learning theorists believe in [...] determinism, according to which an interactive triad of the person, his/her behavior, and the environment regulate the individual's behavior. For example, a car accident victim anticipates positive reinforcement (i.e., money) for complaints of pain and therefore files a disability claim. Receiving this reinforcement leads the victim to become even less active which then weakens his muscles further and thereby causes him more (and very real) pain.
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reciprocal


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Bandura's [...] theory says we do things based on the reinforcers we anticipate; classical and operant conditioning believe that we are programmed by past reinforcement/punishment.
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social learning


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Bandura's social learning theory says we do things based on the [...] we anticipate; classical and operant conditioning believe that we are programmed by past reinforcement/punishment.
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reinforcers


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[default - edit me]
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past


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Bandura's social learning theory says we [...] reinforcers and act accordingly; classical and operant conditioning believe that we are programmed by past reinforcement/punishment.
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anticipate


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According to Social Learning Theory (also known as the theory of observational learning), human learning and behavior cannot fully be explained by behavioral principles of reinforcement (operant conditioning) or association (classical conditioning). Social Learning Theory proposes that learning, especially complex learning (e.g., brain surgery), occurs through the [...] and modeling (imitation) of behavior that has been witnessed. In the classic Bobo doll study Bandura, Ross, and Ross (1963) found that children exposed to violent models tended to imitate the exact violent behavior they observed. In general, models who were high status, nurturant, and of the same sex as the observer were more likely to be imitated than models who were low status, non-nurturant, or of the opposite sex.
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observation


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fully be explained by behavioral principles of reinforcement (operant conditioning) or association (classical conditioning). Social Learning Theory proposes that learning, especially complex learning (e.g., brain surgery), occurs through the <span>observation and modeling (imitation) of behavior that has been witnessed. In the classic Bobo doll study Bandura, Ross, and Ross (1963) found that children exposed to violent models tended to imita

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According to Social Learning Theory (also known as the theory of observational learning), human learning and behavior cannot fully be explained by behavioral principles of reinforcement (operant conditioning) or association (classical conditioning). Social Learning Theory proposes that learning, especially complex learning (e.g., brain surgery), occurs through the observation and [...] of behavior that has been witnessed. In the classic Bobo doll study Bandura, Ross, and Ross (1963) found that children exposed to violent models tended to imitate the exact violent behavior they observed. In general, models who were high status, nurturant, and of the same sex as the observer were more likely to be imitated than models who were low status, non-nurturant, or of the opposite sex.
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modeling (imitation)


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ned by behavioral principles of reinforcement (operant conditioning) or association (classical conditioning). Social Learning Theory proposes that learning, especially complex learning (e.g., brain surgery), occurs through the observation and <span>modeling (imitation) of behavior that has been witnessed. In the classic Bobo doll study Bandura, Ross, and Ross (1963) found that children exposed to violent models tended to imitate the exact violent beha

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Imagine a situation in which two behaviors have been equally reinforced (e.g., both cleaning one's room and raking the yard earns allowance). Then, only one of the behaviors is reinforced (only cleaning one's room is reinforced). Typically the behavior that is being reinforced (cleaning) increases in frequency, while the behavior that is no longer being reinforced (raking) decreases. This phenomenon is termed behavioral [...].
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contrast


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forced (only cleaning one's room is reinforced). Typically the behavior that is being reinforced (cleaning) increases in frequency, while the behavior that is no longer being reinforced (raking) decreases. This phenomenon is termed behavioral <span>contrast.<span><body><html>

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Imagine a situation in which two behaviors have been equally reinforced (e.g., both cleaning one's room and raking the yard earns allowance). Then, only one of the behaviors is reinforced (only cleaning one's room is reinforced). Typically the behavior that is being reinforced (cleaning) increases in frequency, while the behavior that is no longer being reinforced (raking) decreases. This phenomenon is termed [...] contrast.
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behavioral


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ors is reinforced (only cleaning one's room is reinforced). Typically the behavior that is being reinforced (cleaning) increases in frequency, while the behavior that is no longer being reinforced (raking) decreases. This phenomenon is termed <span>behavioral contrast.<span><body><html>

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The [...], also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat your spinach (low frequency behavior), you can go out to play(high frequency behavior)."

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Premack principle


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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much car

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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a [...] frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat your spinach (low frequency behavior), you can go out to play(high frequency behavior)."

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high


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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat yo

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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a [...] frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat your spinach (low frequency behavior), you can go out to play(high frequency behavior)."

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low


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The Premack principle, also known as Grandma's rule. Use a high frequency behavior (i.e., something the person likes to do) to reinforce a low frequency behavior (i.e., something the person doesn't much care to do). For example, "If you eat your spinach (low frequency behavior), you can go out to play(high frequency behav

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What is a FIXED INTERVAL (FI) reinforcer?
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You can only get one reinforcer in a certain period fo time (e.g., Getting sex after taking out trash, but at most once per week).


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FIXED INTERVAL (FI): You can only get one reinforcer in a certain period fo time (e.g., Getting sex after taking out trash, but at most once per week).

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On a fixed interval schedule the response rate is [...] near the end of the interval and low (or non-existent) during most of the interval.
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high


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On a fixed interval schedule the response rate is high near the end of the interval and low (or non-existent) during most of the interval.

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On a fixed interval schedule the response rate is high near the end of the interval and [...] during most of the interval.
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low (or non-existent)


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On a fixed interval schedule the response rate is high near the end of the interval and low (or non-existent) during most of the interval.

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In [...] reinforcemtn schedules, reinforcement is limited by time, not how many times the behavior happened. (e.g., if the pigeon has pecked 50 times during the 60 seconds, it still only gets one treat).
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interval


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In interval reinforcemtn schedules, reinforcement is limited by time, not how many times the behavior happened. (e.g., if the pigeon has pecked 50 times during the 60 seconds, it still only gets on

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In interval reinforcemtn schedules, reinforcement is limited by [...], not how many times the behavior happened. (e.g., if the pigeon has pecked 50 times during the 60 seconds, it still only gets one treat).
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time


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In interval reinforcemtn schedules, reinforcement is limited by time, not how many times the behavior happened. (e.g., if the pigeon has pecked 50 times during the 60 seconds, it still only gets one treat).

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In [...] schedules, the subject is reinforced based on how often the subject has emitted a target behavior (e.g., 2:1,for every two pecks, one pellet).
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ratio


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In ratio schedules, the subject is reinforced based on how often the subject has emitted a target behavior (e.g., 2:1,for every two pecks, one pellet).

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In ratio schedules, the subject is reinforced based on how [...] the subject has emitted a target behavior (e.g., 2:1,for every two pecks, one pellet).
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often


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In ratio schedules, the subject is reinforced based on how often the subject has emitted a target behavior (e.g., 2:1,for every two pecks, one pellet).

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In [...] schedules, the ratio or time interval doesn't change whereas in variable schedules, the ratios or time intervals do change.
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fixed


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In fixed schedules, the ratio or time interval doesn't change whereas in variable schedules, the ratios or time intervals do change.

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In fixed schedules, the ratio or time interval doesn't change whereas in [...] schedules, the ratios or time intervals do change.
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variable


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In fixed schedules, the ratio or time interval doesn't change whereas in variable schedules, the ratios or time intervals do change.

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VARIABLE INTERVAL (VI) Reinforcement occurs the first time the target behavior is emitted after a [...] interval of time has elapsed. For example, Skinner's pigeons might receive feed if they pecked once at the end of a 30 second interval, then at the end of a 20 second interval, then after a 40 second interval, etc. Here, the subject can't anticipate when reinforcement might occur and therefore continues to perform the behavior at a moderate rate and without pause.
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variable/unpredictable


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VARIABLE INTERVAL (VI) Reinforcement occurs the first time the target behavior is emitted after a variable/unpredictable interval of time has elapsed. For example, Skinner's pigeons might receive feed if they pecked once at the end of a 30 second interval, then at the end of a 20 second interval, then aft

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[...] schedules are still intermittent schedules because reinforcement does not occur for every response.
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Fixed


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Fixed schedules are still intermittent schedules because reinforcement does not occur for every response.

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Fixed schedules are still [...] schedules because reinforcement does not occur for every response.
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intermittent


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Fixed schedules are still intermittent schedules because reinforcement does not occur for every response.

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[...] describes this phenomenon of a reinforcer losing its value through overuse.
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satiation


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satiation describes this phenomenon of a reinforcer losing its value through overuse.

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although continuous reinforcement is best for the [...] phase, it is highly susceptible to satiation and extinction.
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acquisition


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although continuous reinforcement is best for the acquisition phase, it is highly susceptible to satiation and extinction.

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although continuous reinforcement is best for the acquisition phase, it is highly susceptible to [...] and extinction.
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although continuous reinforcement is best for the acquisition phase, it is highly susceptible to satiation and extinction.

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although continuous reinforcement is best for the acquisition phase, it is highly susceptible to satiation and [...].
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extinction


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although continuous reinforcement is best for the acquisition phase, it is highly susceptible to satiation and extinction.

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after acquisition, the schedule of reinforcement is best changed from continuous to intermittent, a change termed [...].
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thinning


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after acquisition, the schedule of reinforcement is best changed from continuous to intermittent, a change termed thinning.

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after [...], the schedule of reinforcement is best changed from continuous to intermittent, a change termed thinning.
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acquisition


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after acquisition, the schedule of reinforcement is best changed from continuous to intermittent, a change termed thinning.

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In [...] reinforcement, the subject is not reinforced for every occurrence of the behavior.
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intermittent


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In intermittent reinforcement, the subject is not reinforced for every occurrence of the behavior.

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FIXED RATIO (FR) Reinforcement occurs after a [...] number of responses are emitted. For example, in piecemeal work, the person is paid after every 500 envelopes stuffed. Response rate is typically moderate to high, and the subject may pause after reinforcement is provided, especially if the ratio is large (i.e., many responses are required before reinforcement).
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fixed/set/exact


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FIXED RATIO (FR) Reinforcement occurs after a fixed/set/exact number of responses are emitted. For example, in piecemeal work, the person is paid after every 500 envelopes stuffed. Response rate is typically moderate to high, and the subject may p

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[...] involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is mildly reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue (discriminative stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.
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Chaining


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Chaining involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is [...] reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue (discriminative stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.
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mildly


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Chaining involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is mildly reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue (discriminative stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.<

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Chaining involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is mildly reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue ([...] stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.
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discriminative


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Chaining involves stringing together different behaviors to accomplish a goal. Each behavior in the sequence is mildly reinforced (minor reinforcement) and serves as a cue (discriminative stimulus) to perform the next behavior in the chain. The major reinforcement occurs at the end of the chain.

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[...] involves is when you reinforce someone for getting closer and closer to what you want them to do.
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Shaping


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Shaping involves is when you reinforce someone for getting closer and closer to what you want them to do.

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Which of the following are not traffic characteristics that can be affected by QoS tools?
a. Bandwidth
b. Delay
c. Reliability
d. MTU
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Answer: C


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Which of the following characterize problems that could occur with voice traffic when QoS is not applied in a network?
a. Voice sounds choppy.
b. Calls are disconnected.
c. Voice call requires more bandwidth as lost packets are retransmitted.
d. VoIP broadcasts increase as Queuing delay increases, causing delay and caller interaction problems.
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Answer: A, B
VoIP does not retransmit packets, and VoIP does not use broadcasts.


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What does a router base its opinion of how much bandwidth is available to a queuing tool on a serial interface?
a. The automatically-sensed physical transmission rate on the serial interface.
b. The clock rate command is required before a queuing tool knows how much bandwidth is available.
c. The bandwidth command is required before a queuing tool knows how much bandwidth is available.
d. Defaults to T1 speed, unless the clock rate command has been configured.
e. Defaults to T1 speed, unless the bandwidth command has been configured.
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Answer: E
A router always uses the bandwidth setting, which defaults to T1 speed.


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Which of the following components of delay varies based on the varying sizes of packets sent through the network?
a. Propagation delay
b. Serialization delay
c. Codec delay
d. Queuing delay
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Answer: B
You could also make an argument that Queuing delay is indirectly increased with
larger packets, because other packets must remain in the queue longer while the
router serializes the longer packet.


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Which of the following is the most likely reason for packet loss in a typical network?
a. Bit errors during transmission
b. Jitter thresholds being exceeded
c. Tail drops when queues fill
d. TCP flush messages as a result of Round-Trip Times varying wildly
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Answer: C


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Ignoring Layer 2 overhead, how much bandwidth is required for a VoIP call using a G.729 coded? (Link: Voice Bandwidth Considerations)
a. 8 kbps
b. 16 kbps
c. 24 kbps
d. 32 kbps
e. 64 kbps
f. 80 kbp
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Answer: C
The voice payload requires 8 kbps, and the overhead (IP, RTP, and UDP) requires 16
kbps.


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Which of the following are components of delay for a VoIP call, but not for a data application?
a. Packetization delay
b. Queuing delay
c. Serialization delay
d. Filling the De-jitter buffer
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Answer: A, D
The de-jitter buffer must be filled on the receiver before the receiver can play out the voice
audio to the telephone user. Packetization delay refers to the time the codec must wait for
the human to speak in order to collect 20ms of voice samples for processing.


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Which of the following are true statements of both Voice and Video conferencing traffic?
a. Traffic is isochronous
b. All packets in a single call or conference are a of single size
c. Sensitive to delay
d. Sensitive to jitter
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Answer: C, D
Voice traffic is isochronous. Voice uses a single size packet for one voice call, and video
traffic uses varying packet sizes.


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Which of the following are not one of the major planning steps when implementing QoS Policies?
a. Divide traffic into classes
b. Define QoS policies for each class
c. Mark traffic as close to the source as possible
d. Identify traffic and its requirements
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Answer: C


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When planning QoS policies, which of the following are important actions to take when trying to identify traffic and its requirements?
a. Network audit
b. Business audit
c. Testing by changing current QoS settings to use all defaults
d. Enabling shaping, and continually reducing the shaping rate, until users start complaining
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Answer: A, B


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