Explain stimulus discrimination.

Statistics in modern business.
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How does this affect the financial arm of its triple bottom line and a company’s operational priorities?
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Cooper, J.0., Heron, T.E., and Heward, W.L. (2019). Applied Behavior Analysis – 3rd ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

  1. What is considered the “basic unit of analysis in the analysis of operant behavior?” Provide your own example.
  2. Explain stimulus discrimination. Provide your own real-life example.
  3. What is a stimulus-generalization gradient? Why is this important to consider?
  4. What happens in faulty stimulus control? What steps can be taken to avoid or correct this?
  5. Name some of the discriminative and motivational functions of antecedent stimuli. What are some real-life examples?
  6. How are conditional discriminations taught? Describe a procedure that you have used in your applied work to teach conditional discriminations.
  7. Name some factors that have the potential to affect stimulus control. What can be done to mitigate these factors?

Chapter 19:

  1. Describe the research foundations of stimulus equivalence. Why is this important?
  2. What are the four types of probe trials in equivalence studies?
  3. What is class formation? Give a real-life example.
  4. What is the definition of class merger? Class expansion? Give real life examples of each.
  5. Explain transfer of function. Give the definition in your own words and an example.
  6. What is contextual control?
  7. Explain how what has been learned about stimulus equivalence can be used in the applied setting to teach new skills.
  8. What types of skills can be taught through the use of equivalence-based instruction? Have you used equivalence-based instruction in your work?

 

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