Psychology of learning



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Intermittent reinforcement
- reinforcement is given only part of the times the animal gives the desired response.
Continuous reinforcement
- reinforcement is given every time the animal gives the desired response.
Ratio reinforcement
- a predetermined proportion of responses will be reinforced.
Fixed ratio reinforcement
- reinforcement is given on a regular ratio, such as every fifth time the desired behavior is produced.




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Variable (random) fixed reinforcement
- reinforcement is given fora predetermined proportion of responses, but randomly instead of on a fixed schedule.

Interval reinforcement
- reinforcement is given after a predetermined period of time.
Fixed interval reinforcement
- reinforcement is given on a regular schedule, such as every five minutes.




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