operant conditioning

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conditioning in which an operant response is brought under stimulus control by virtue of presenting reinforcement contingent upon the occurrence of the operant response

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Safety signals from avoidance learning but not from yoked classical conditioning training pass both summation and retardation tests for inhibition.
Evaluation of long memory in passive avoidance learning by Step down Figure (1) shows the ratio of delay time coming down from the safe platform (step down latency) to 24 hours after administration Nano zinc oxide in quantities of 1.
Reversible disconnection of the hippocampal-prelimbic cortical circuit impairs spatial learning but not passive avoidance learning in rats.
Chronic swimming exercise failed to modify T-maze behavior, which is inconsistent with previous studies showing physical exercise improved passive avoidance learning performance (SAADATI et al.
Brain oxidative stress parameters and active avoidance learning of the newborns
The post hoc test revealed differences among the groups for passive avoidance learning in this paradigm ( p < 0.
Consequences of forebrain removal in avoidance learning.
Successive negative contrast effect in one-way avoidance learning in female roman rats.
It is possible that excessive fear of the UCS would interfere with the smooth progression of avoidance learning.
Furthermore, both laboratory trials (Brower, 1960; Pilecki and O'Donald, 1971) and models (Holling, 1965) indicate that avoidance learning by birds increases as the proportion of model to mimic increases.
If a physiological problem has been ruled out, your daughter may have a form of "conditioned taste avoidance learning.
Conspicuousness of distasteful prey affects the strength and durability of one-trial avoidance learning.
I've found that the traditional behavior modification techniques of positive reinforcement, extinction (absence of reinforcement), avoidance learning (escape from unpleasant consequences), and punishment are often only short-term fixes to problems.
7] One can hypothesize that an exaggerated antidiuretic hormone secretion in patients with needle phobia, as in the present subject, contributes to learning the fear of needles observed in needle phobia, since intravenous antidiuretic hormone administration in experimental animals greatly enhances avoidance learning.