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presenting a reinforcer after every appropriate response
Continuous reinforcement
length of time between reinforcements
Interval reinforcement
reinforcement based on the number of responses between reinforcers
Ratio reinforcement
presenting a reinforcer after some but not all responses
Intermittent reinforcement
strengthening behavior by presenting a desired stimulus after the behavior
Positive reinforcement
strengthening behavior by removing an aversive stimulus when the behavior occurs
Negative reinforcement
a cognitive process approach to understanding intelligence
Triarchic theory of intelligence
ability to think abstractly
Componential intelligence
ability to formulate new ideas and combine unrelated facts
Experiential intelligence
ability to adapt to a changing environment and shape the environment to make the most of opportunities - problem solving in specific situations
Contextual intelligence
the ability to deal efficient with novel situations (sudden solution pops into head)
the ability to become efficient and automatic in thinking and problem solving (being automatic piolet, not realizing you’re there until you get there)
component of memory system that holds information for about twenty seconds
short-term memory
Subcategory of Declarative memory where information regarding life events are stored.
Episodic Memory
Relatively permanent memory.
Long Term Memory