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What is positive reinforcer 1 : Stimuli that are necessary for survival. 2 : A stimulus whose occurrence can strengthen the behavior that precedes it.
Positive reinforcer: A stimulus whose occurrence can strengthen the behavior that precedes it.
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Positive reinforcer: A stimulus whose occurrence can strengthen the behavior that precedes it.
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Leon J. Kamin (born December 29, 1927) is an American psychologist known for his contributions to learning theory and his critique of estimates of the heritability of IQ.
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Reinforcers that have acquired their reinforcing properties through experience.
Weegy: Reinforcers that have acquired their reinforcing properties through experience are secondary reinforcers (also called conditioned reinforcers). (More)
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The classic version of time-out is ineffective because: (Points : 1) the child’s room does not have any reinforcers. the child’s room is not a reinforcing environment. the child’s room is a reinforcing environment. the child’s room does not have a chair.
Weegy: The classic version of time-out is ineffective because: the child's room does not have any reinforcers. (More)
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The assumption that a response will be strengthened if it is rewarded is called (Points : 1) Pavlovian Response Indicator Thorndike’s Law of Effect Paradox of Avoidance Mowrer Assumption
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The assumption that a response will be strengthened if it is rewarded is called: Thorndike’s Law of Effect.
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