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 Duration Schedules reinforcement occurs after the behavior has been engaged in for a continuous period of time Fixed duration response is reinforced only if it occurs a set time after last reinforcement, reinforcement to reinforcement Variable duration the interval time that the behavior must be engaged in continuously changes unpredictably from reinforcement to reinforcement Ratio schedules make reinforcement contingent on a certain number of responses being completed Simple interval schedules make reinforcement contingent on a response being made after a certain time period has elapsed interval schedules with limited hold make reinforcemnet contingent on response occuring within a limited period of time after a certain time period has elapsed duration schedules make reinforcement contingent on a response being made for a certain continuous period of time limited hold a deadline for meeting the response requirement of a schedule of reinforcement, that a response will produce the reinforcer Are interval schedules with limited hold produce effects similar to those produced by ratio schedules ex: a bus will wait only a limite time True Variable-interval the length of the interval changes unpredictably from one reinforcement to the next Fixed-Interval the first response after a fixed period of time following the previous reinforcemnet is reinforced and a new interval begins, the amount of time that must elapse before reinforcement becomes available Fixed ratio reinforcement occurs each time a set number of response of a particular type are emitted ratio strain deterioration of responding from increasing an FR schedule too rapidly variable-ratio the number of responses required to produce reinforcement changes unpredictably from one reinforcement to the next postreinforcement pause Examples of VR Slot Machines, Dates before the right one come along, casting a fish net Points to know about FR want a high rate of responding use FR schedule like the rat and the level to get reinforcement. FR is more commonly used because it is simpler intermittent reinforcement refers ti tge maintenance of a behavior by reinforcing it only occasionally rather than every time it occurs. continuous reinforcement simplest schedule, extinction opposite of continuous reinforcement