
Which schedule of reinforcement produces a high, steady rate of responding, but with a postreinforcement pause?
Fixed Rate

Fixed rate reinforcement produces
a high, steady rate of responding, but with a postreinforcement pause.

Variable schedules of reinforcement produce
a steady high rate.

Which schedule of reinforcement produces an increasing rate as the end of the interval approaches and a postreinforcement pause?
Fixed Interval

Fixed Interval schedules of reinforcement
produce an increasing rate as the end of the interval approaches and a postreinforcement pause.

Variable Interval schedules of reinforcement produce
a constant, stable rate.

Which schedule of reinforcement produces a constant, stable rate?
Variable Interval

A planned probability that a behavior will be reinforced is a...
schedule of reinforcement

Reinforcement provided with the first response after a constant length of time is
a fixed interval schedule of reinforcement.

Reinforcement after an average of a certain number of responses is a
Fixed Ration schedule of reinforcement.

Reinforcement after a set number of responses is a
Fixed Ratio schedule of reinforcement.

Variables that influence the efficacy of reinforcement include...
 TIMING
 CONSISTENCY
 QUALITY
 QUANTITY/DURATION
 VARIETY
 ESTABLISHING OPERATION

Timing, consistency, quality, quantity/duration, variety, and establishing operation are all...
variables that influence the efficacy of reinforcement.

Reinforcement is provided with the first response after a period of time, where the duration of time varies around a specific average
is a Variable Interval schedule of reinforcement.

Simple schedules of reinforcement include:
 Variable Ratio
 Fixed Ratio
 Variable Interval
 Fixed Interval

Post reinforcement pauses occur with which schedules of reinforcement?
 Fixed Interval (FI)
 Fixed Ratio (FR)

The nine side effects of reward are:
 Elicited or emotional effects
 Aggression/ritualistic behavior
 Suppression of the positive target behavior
 Approach to the reinforcing agent
 Operant effects
 Generalization and discrimination
 Response induction
 Transient effects
 Imitation

