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A discriminative stimulus is an antecedent that is present when a behavior is ________.
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When Teddy asks for cookies, and he is told he can’t have any, he screams. When he screams, his mom eventually gives him a cookie. However, his dad never gives him a cookie when he screams. As a result, Teddy is more likely to scream for a cookie when his mom is around. Is this an example of positive or negative reinforcement for screaming? _______...
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What are the three components of a three-term contingency? ________, ________, and ________.
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How do you develop stimulus control? ________
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________ is when a behavior is more likely to occur in the presence of a specific antecedent stimulus.