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Skinner: Behaviorismo Radical
No categories specified categorize this paper. This is a perfectly appropriate definition12 for the study of schedules of reinforcement.
The phrase “X is reinforced by Y stimulus, state of affairs, event, etc. This entry has no external links. It seems that Skinner’s claim that all verbal behavior is acquired and maintained in “strength” through reinforcement is quite empty, because his notion of reinforcement has no clear content, functioning only as a cover term for any factor, detectable or not, related to acquisition or maintenance of verbal behavior.
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Running through these examples, we see that a person can be reinforced though he emits no response at all, and that sjinner reinforcing stimulus need not impinge on the behavlorismo person or need not even exist it is sufficient that it be imagined or hoped for. Meehl – – Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7 4: Skinner does make it very clear that in his view reinforcement is a necessary condition for language learning and for the continued availability of linguistic responses in the adult.
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Request removal from index. There is no circularity about this: A reinforcing stimulus is defined as such by its power to produce the resulting change [in strength].
This article has no associated abstract. It is perfectly useless, however, in the discussion of real-life behavior, unless we can somehow characterize the stimuli which are reinforcing and the situations and conditions under which they are reinforcing.
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A mere terminological revision, in which a term borrowed from the laboratory is used with the full vagueness of the ordinary vocabulary, is of no conceivable interest. Travis Thompson – – Behavior and Philosophy Edit this behhaviorismo Mark as duplicate Export citation Find it on Scholar Request removal from index Translate to english Revision history.
What has been hoped for from the psychologist is some indication bejaviorismo the casual and informal description of everyday behavior in the popular vocabulary can be explained or clarified in terms of the notions developed in careful experiment and observation, or perhaps replaced in terms of a better scheme.
B. F. Skinner’s Verbal Behavior
In most such radcal, of course, the speaker is not present at the time when the reinforcement takes place, as when “the artist Once we recognize the latitude with which the term reinforcement is being used, many rather startling comments lose their skinnrr effect — for instance, that the behavior of the creative artist is “controlled entirely by the contingencies of reinforcement” The writer may not be reinforced often or immediately, but his net reinforcement may be great” ; this accounts for the great “strength” of his behavior.
Madden – – Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 3: Instruction of human beings is not. Pavlovian and operant conditioning are processes about which psychologists have developed real understanding. Consider first of all the status of the basic principle that Skinner calls the “law of conditioning” bfhaviorismo of effect.
IV The other fundamental notion borrowed from the description of bar-pressing experiments is reinforcement. Peterson – – Behavior and Philosophy To show this, we consider some examples of reinforcement. When we read that a person plays skinneer music he likessays what he likesthinks what he likesreads what books he likesetc. The only effect is to obscure the important differences among the notions being paraphrased. It raises problems which are similar, and even more serious.
Examining the instances of what Skinner calls reinforcement, we find that not even the requirement that a reinforcer be an identifiable stimulus is taken seriously. Some Quantitative Properties of Anxiety.