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Contrast and adjunctive behavior

Theano Mouratides

Contrast and adjunctive behavior

by Theano Mouratides

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Behaviorism (Psychology)

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    Statementby Theano Mouratides.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 25 l.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16763230M

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    In contrast, spe- cies with high mobility modes of foraging should display food-schedule-induced adjunctive behaviors quite readily. These predictions remain to be proven. ADJUNCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE MONGOLIAN GERBIL REFERENCES by:   The major determinants of schedule-induced or adjunctive behavior are reviewed briefly. Adjunctive behavior and its ethological equivalent, displacement activity, has a stabilizing function on agonistic, mating, parental, and intermittent-feeding behavior when any of these activities are in unstable equilibrium with an escape vector. This buffering action of adjunctive behavior is Cited by:

    In contrast, CORT levels rose monotonically with incremental increases in the FT interval regardless of the strain examined or fluid type offered, indicating that glucocorticoid release likely reflects the aversive aspects of increasing intervals between reinforcement rather than engagement in adjunctive by: Abstract. A recent theory of timing (Killeen & Fetterman, ) suggests that adjunctive behaviors may act as discriminative cues for the passage of time and that the rate of transition between those behaviors is affected by the rate of reinforcement within the experimental by:


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Conspicuous adjunctive behavior, such as the wheel-running with which Hinson and Staddon manipulated the level of contrast for target responses, or as “mediating” (Laties, Weiss, & Weiss, ) or “timing” (Fetterman, Killeen, & Hall, ) responses.

On aperiodic schedules, they will be interwoven with the stream of target responses. Behavioral contrast Adjunctive behavior Schedule-induced drinking Polydipsia DEMONSTRATIONS of positive behavioral contrast have relied on the use of free operant behaviors, and have, with the recent exception of treadle pressing in pigeons [6,10], achieved a large degree of by: A Theory of Behavioral Contrast.

The reinforcers that maintain target instrumental responses also reinforce other responses that compete with them for expression. This competition, and its imbalance at points of transition between different schedules of reinforcement, causes behavioral contrast. Adjunctive behavior and its ethological equivalent, displacement activity, has a stabilizing function on agonistic, mating, parental, and intermittent-feedingbehavior when any of these activities are in unstable equilibrium with an escape by: By contrast, those figuring in the Book of Ruth perform many of the same acts morally and virtuously, looking beyond the surface of Ruth as a foreigner and recognizing the goodness within her.

In this way, the story of Ruth serves as a thematic contrast to the depravity recorded in the closing chapters of. Carnine DW. Effects of two teacher-presentation rates on off-task behavior, answering correctly, and participation.

J Appl Behav Anal. Summer; 9 (2)– [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Falk JL. The nature and determinants of adjunctive behavior. Physiol Behav. May; 6 (5)– [Google Scholar] Krantz by: adjunctive behavior when long IRIs are used (Falk, a).

Surprising nonreward would then induce an internal aversive emotional state of frustration, which provides a source of motivation invigorating adjunctive behavior. Thus, engaging in adjunctive behaviors would allow the animal to. Such behavior has not been thought to be either respondent or operant behavior, but instead has been regarded as a new behavioral category termed "adjunctive behavior.".

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Adjunctive behavior (schedule-induced behavior) an excessive pattern of behavior that emerges as a by-product of an intermittent schedule of reinforcement for some other behavior Schedule-induced. A procedure for decreasing problem behavior in which reinforcement is delivered for a behavior that is topographically incompatible with the behavior targeted for reduction and withheld following instances of the problem behavior (e.g., sitting in seat is incompatible with walking around the room).

Behavioral contrast occurs in a multiple schedule of reinforcement or punishment and describes what happens when a change in the schedule of one part of the reinforcement or punishment changes a behavior in an opposite direction in the other component of the schedule.

An example from Applied Behavior Analysis given is that of a child who eats cookies at the [ ]. Ever since the laboratory discovery of adjunctive behavior—also known as schedule-induced or interim behavior—by John Falk, analysts have treated these anomalies as belonging to a separate class of behavior, induced by incentives such as periodic food, but not reinforced by them.

The discovery of adjunctive behavior was a bombshell in the behavioral community, since it seemed an exception to the orderly account of all behavior Cited by: Adjunctive behavior in multiple schedules of reinforcement as does the amount of contrast shown by the instrumental response (Williams, ).

The following section provides a candidate model. The interim activities are interpreted in terms of interactions among motivational systems, and this view is supported by a review of the literature on adjunctive behavior and by comparison with. fairly stereotypic behavior which follows the introduction of a stimulant.

It varies from straight-forward responder practice where the potential of its happening is afflicted by the lag between stimulant displays. A strong illustration is schedule-induced polydipsia, where high amounts of consumption of water takes place whenever tiny parts of food are introduced erratically.

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A THEORY OF BEHAVIORAL CONTRAST as anything other than book-keeping formula-tions (Mehra, ), but in the end he failed. sponsesmayappearasaconspicuous adjunctive behavior, such.

Adjunctive behavior: Falk: Either FI or FT schedule. interreinforcement interval happens. Adjunctive behavior: Falk Rats trained to press lever. food reinforcer, FI schedule, 3 hours session, drank times as much water as they would drink in a day, they were food NOT water deprived.

Physiology & Behavior, Vol. 20, pp. Pergamon Press and Brain Research Publ., Printed in the U.S.A. BRIEF COMMUNICATION Adjunctive Behavior in Humans on a Food Delivery Schedule MEREDITH WALLACE, ANN SANSON AND GEORGE SINGER Department of Psychology, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia (Received 15 May ) WALLACE, M.,Cited by: Adjunctive Behavior1* Lawrence E.

Fraley West Virginia University currently, the player’s upper torso and head, as a unit, djunctive behavior is operant behavior that ap-pears intermittently in the midst of other on–going be-havior.

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