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Determiners of selective discriminative stimulus control.

Daniel Frohman Johnson

Determiners of selective discriminative stimulus control.

by Daniel Frohman Johnson

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Published in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conditioned response.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStimulus control.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF319 .J6 1966
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 113 l.
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5527619M
    LC Control Number67001716

      This study characterized the discriminative stimulus effects of selective imidazoline I 2 receptor ligands BU (a low-efficacy I 2 receptor ligand) and phenyzoline (a higher efficacy I 2 receptor ligand) in rats. Two groups of male Sprague-Dawley rats were trained to discriminate mg/kg BU or 32 mg/kg phenyzoline (i.p.) from their Cited by: Furthermore the compound is unique in that it did not support being trained as a discriminative stimulus by use of methods that successfully trained zolpidem, lorazepam, and the closely related selective partial agonist TPA, which was used as a training drug for the first by:

      DEFINITIONS FOR STIMULUS CONTROL: Discriminative stimulus (SD): A stimulus in the presence of which-a particular response will be reinforced or punished. S-delta (SΔ): A stimulus in the presence of which-a particular response will not be reinforced or punished. Discrimination training procedure: Reinforcing or punishing a response. The discriminative stimulus effects of quinpirole were attenuated by the D3 receptor-selective antagonist N-{4-[4-(2,3-dichlorophenyl)-piperazinyl]-trans-butenyl}pyridineyl-benzamide HCl (PG) and the nonselective D3/D2 receptor antagonist raclopride, but not by the D2 receptor-selective antagonist 3-[4-(4-chlorophenyl)hydroxypiperidinyl]methyl-1H-indole (L,); the potencies Cited by:

    LoLordo VM, Furrow DR. Control by the auditory or the visual element of a compound discriminative stimulus: effects of feedback. J Exp Anal Behav. Mar; 25 (2)– [PMC free article] Lovaas OI, Schreibman L. Stimulus overselectivity of autistic children in a two stimulus situation. Behav Res Ther. Nov; 9 (4)– The correct and incorrect answers related to the discriminative stimulus and stimulus delta. Discriminative Stimulus (S D) Definition The discriminative stimulus is defined as ‘a stimulus in the presence of which a particular response will be reinforced’ (Malott, , p. ).


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A discriminative stimulus is the antecedent stimulus that has stimulus control over behavior because the behavior was reliably reinforced in the presence of that stimulus in the past. Discriminative stimuli set the occasion for behaviors that have been reinforced in their presence in the past.

A discriminative stimulus may be abbreviated to S D. When the the stimulus has a reliable effect, the action is said to be 'under stimulus control'. A person the subject likes is themselves S+ as their approach makes the subject feel good.

A person the subject does not like is S. See also. Stimulus. Stimulus generalization occurs among these agents regardless of which is used as the training drug, although stimulus generalization does not occur with 5-HT1A- selective agonists [e.g., 8-hydroxy(di-n-propylamino)tetralin (8-OH DP AT)] or with 5-HT1B- selective agonists [e.g., 1-(3-trifluoromethylphenyl)piperazine (TFMPP)].

8-OH DPAT and Cited by:   Determiners of selective stimulus control in the pigeon. Acquisition of control by the features of a compound stimulus in discriminative operant conditioning Unpublished Ph.D.

thesis, McMaster University. Google Scholar. Miles, C. ().Cited by: Novel discriminative stimulus effects of TPAB, subtype-selective γ-aminobutyric-acid A /benzodiazepine modulator: Comparisons with zolpidem, lorazepam, and TPA Author links open overlay panel Stephen J.

Kohut a 1 Nancy A. Ator a bCited by: Stimulus control is present in everyday situa-tions. By understanding stimulus control, you can better understand your own behavior as well as that of friends, family, and coworkers.

Behavior analysts use stimulus control to solve people's problems. They turn to it when the be-havioral strategy and the reinforcement strat-egy aren't Size: KB.

GABAA-positive modulator selective discriminative stimulus effects of 1,1,1-trichloroethane vapor Article in Drug and alcohol dependence () September with 49 Reads.

In addition, binocularly viewing pigeons were trained on the same discrimination and stimulus control was again investigated for evidence of selective control.

It is hardly surprising that monocularly viewing pigeons might be selectively controlled by cues on one side of the key, since they in- evitably see more of one side than the by: 3. Dose-related increases in mean L,lever responding and accompanying decreases in mean rates of responding were observed following administration of cumulative doses of several non-selective BZs (Fig.

2, Table 1).Triazolam, lorazepam, midazolam, diazepam, and chlordiazepoxide all fully reproduced the discriminative stimulus effects of L, (≥80% drug-lever responding) at a minimum Cited by: SDelta - A stimulus that indicates that reinforcement is unavailable and that the operant response will be ineffective.

Discriminative stimulus - A stimulus that signals the availability or unavailability of reinforcement Discriminative operant -An operant behavior that is under the control of a discriminative stimulus.

Start studying Chapter 10 - Generalization, Discrimination, and Stimulus Control. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Start studying Chapter 7 - Stimulus Control, Discrimination and Generalization.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Create. (discriminative stimulus) is present but less likely to occur when an S^ (S-Delta) is present.

Discriminative stimuli that control instrumental tobacco-seeking by human smokers also command selective attention we assessed whether a stimulus that had acquired control of a tobacco-seeking response in a discrimination procedure would command the focus of visual attention in a subsequent test phase.

training in which an instrumental Cited by: Discriminative stimulus effects of a centrally administered, delta-opioid peptide (d -Pen 2 - d -Pen 5 -enkephalin) in pigeons Article (PDF Available) in Psychopharmacology (3) October In this regard, a dose of βCCT ( mg/kg, i.v.) that antagonized the discriminative stimulus effects of triazolam and zolpidem (≥7-fold shift that was statistically significant; Lelas et al.

Presenting the Discriminative Stimulus There are times when a desired behavior does not occur because the proper stimulus is not in the person's environment. Example. Discriminative control was established with each drug after 33 to 35 sessions.

Selective depletion of 5-HT or noradrenaline almost abolished 2-BFI-induced antinociception. 5-HT1A, 5-HT2A and. An Analysis of Overshadowing and Blocking. Mackintosh. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 1 Determiners of selective stimulus control in the pigeon. Acquisition of control by the features of a compound stimulus in discriminative operant conditioning Unpublished Ph.D.

thesis, McMaster University. Cited by: Abstract. Pigeons received free-operant go discrimination training in which the positive stimulus for all subjects was a visual compound, a vertical white line on a blue background.

After discrimination training, two types of test trials (“elements”: blue, green, vertical, horizontal; “compounds”: blue-vertical, blue-horizontal, green-vertical, Cited by: The contingencies required discriminative control by the compound and the question was whether the accurate stimulus control reached at this level would hold for each individual element of the.

IV. Selective Stimulus Control. Sometimes, when multiple cues may be used to do a task, a pigeon may nevertheless use a subset of cues. For instance in Reynold's () experiments, pigeons could make a discrimination between two stimuli on the basis of two different stimulus dimensions (object shape or background color).Typically, to establish a compound discrimination, stimulus control by two stimuli (e.g., a light and a tone) is trained separately.

A stable and moderate rate of a responding (e.g., lever pressing) on a variable interval schedule is established, first in the presence of a tone and then in the presence of a by:   Pigeons were trained to discriminate intramuscular injections of mg/kg BMYa drug that has relatively high affinity for sigma binding sites, from saline in a two-key operant procedure.

Many compounds that displace sigma binding failed to produce BMY like discriminative stimulus effects; these included (+)- (+)3-PPP, DTG and MR ; the typical antipsychotic Cited by: 4.