Essentials of Psychology

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Essentials of Psychology
Basic principles of operant conditioning

The postulates of operant conditioning describe the relationship concerning behavior
concerning environmental events (context and consequences) that influence behavior. When
developing behavioral programs, it is essential to understand the types of incidents and
consequences that influence behavior. In many applications of the principles of operation, the
results are underlined they follow the action. Because of the behavior change, it must be
dependent or depends on the behavior. Behavior changes occur when specific effects depend on
performance. A sequence depends on the delivery only if the reaction of the target occurs
otherwise it is not available. If a consequence does not depend on the behavior, it happens
regardless of what the person is doing. (Chan et al, 2014)
Positive reinforcement Positive reinforcement entails reinforcing stimulus to the behavior. After
the favorable result, event or reward occurs after an action, that reaction or conduct intensifies.
When you think about these terms, you can more easily find real examples of positive
reinforcement. Sometimes, of course, positive reinforcement occurs. For instance, if you keep
the door open for someone, you can receive compliments and thanks. This statement serves as a
positive reinforcement and could lead to the door being accessible to people in the future.
Negative reinforcement that is when a stimulus/object disappears after a specific behavior o. The
likelihood that the precis...

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