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Is Ending Training Sessions with a Correct Trial a Strong Predictor of Subsequent Trial Success?
The basic operant conditioning paradigm states that behavior is followed by consequences and when these consequences are reinforcing, the likelihood of the behavior occurring again increases. Animal trainers have been in ...
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Shaping Versus Percentile Shaping for Canine Skill Acquisition.
Shaping has been defined as the differential reinforcement of a series of successive approximations to a target behavior. To solve the issue of lack of precision and consistency, past research has used percentile shaping, ...
Use of Modified Change Over Delay Procedure to Decrease Scrolled Responses by a Child with Autism
The term scrolling has been used by Sundberg (2008) to describe the behavior of a child emitting multiple incorrect verbal responses to a single stimulus. Sundberg noted that incorrect responses emitted are not random, ...