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REINSTATEMENT OF PREVIOUSLY LEARNED RESPONSES UNDER CONDITIONS OF EXTINCTION: A STUDY OF “REGRESSION” [ABSTRACT]. REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST, 6, 284. (WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY THE EDITORS.)

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
We thought it fitting to precede the contributions to this special issue with a reprint of the original report of Carey’s (1951) early experimental analysis of what is now called resurgence. Although there were earlier experiments that can be interpreted as resurgence (see Epstein, 2015, this issue; Keller & Schoenfeld, ver más »

ON THE REDISCOVERY OF THE PRINCIPLE OF RESURGENCE

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
SOBRE EL REDESCUBRIMIENTO DEL PRINCIPIO DE RESURGIMIENTO ROBERT EPSTEIN AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY Abstract “When behavior that was recently reinforced is no longer reinforced, other behavior that was reinforced under similar stimulus conditions tends to recur.” This fundamental behavioral principle was first formulated in the early 1900s ver más »

RESURGENCE OF CHICKS’ KEY-PECK RESPONDING WITH AN IMPRINTED STIMULUS OR FOOD AS REINFORCER

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
RESURGIMIENTO DE LA RESPUESTA DE PICAR UNA TECLA EN POLLOS EMPLEANDO UN ESTÍMULO IMPRONTADO O COMIDA COMO REFORZADOR TETSUMI MORIYAMA, LISA KAZAMA, SATOSHI OBATA, AND TATSUHIRO NAKAMURA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF HUMAN SCIENCE TOKIWA UNIVERSITY Abstract Resurgence of newborns’ operant responses that have been reinforced by phylogenetically important events has not ver más »

EFFECTS OF REPETITION FREQUENCY ON OPERANT STRENGTH AND RESURGENCE OF NON-CRITERIAL FEATURES OF OPERANTS

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
SOBRE EL REDESCUBRIMIENTO DEL PRINCIPIO DE RESURGIMIENTO FRANCIS MECHNER THE MECHNER FOUNDATION LAURILYN D. JONES THE MECHNER FOUNDATION AND OLSO AND AKERSHUS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Abstract The present research is based on the conceptualization of resurgence as reappearance of behavior that occurred earlier in the individual’s history but not recently, without ver más »

REINFORCEMENT RATE AND RESURGENCE: A PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
TASA DE REFORZAMIENTO Y RESURGIMIENTO: UN ANÁLISIS PARAMÉTRICO CARLOS R. X. CANÇADO, JOSELE ABREU-RODRIGUES, AND RAQUEL M. ALÓ UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASÍLIA, BRAZIL Abstract The effects of reinforcement rates of alternative responding on resurgence were studied in two experiments with rats. In both experiments, left-and right-lever pressing were reinforced according to ver más »

A FURTHER LOOK AT REINFORCEMENT RATE AND RESURGENCE

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
UNA MIRADA MÁS PROFUNDA A LA TASA DE REFORZAMIENTO Y EL RESURGIMIENTO SHUN FUJIMAKI KEIO UNIVERSITY JAPAN SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENCE KENNON A. LATTAL WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY TAKAYUKI SAKAGAMI KEIO UNIVERSITY Abstract Resurgence is the recurrence of a previously reinforced and then extinguished response when a more recently ver más »

RESURGENCE OF TWO-RESPONSE SEQUENCES PUNISHED BY POINT-LOSS RESPONSE COST IN HUMANS

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
RESURGIMIENTO DE SECUENCIAS DE DOS RESPUESTAS CASTIGADAS POR COSTO DE LA RESPUESTA MEDIANTE LA PÉRDIDA DE PUNTOS EN HUMANOS HIROTO OKOUCHI OSAKA KYOIKU UNIVERSITY Abstract The present experiment examined in humans whether two–response sequences resurged after they had been eliminated by response–cost punishment. Undergraduates’ touches to two of eight squares ver más »

RETURN OF FEAR IN RATS DUE TO CONTEXT CHANGE, DELAY OF TESTING, AND THEIR COMBINATION

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
REGRESO DEL MIEDO EN RATAS DEBIDO AL CAMBIO DE CONTEXTO, LA DEMORA DE PRUEBA Y SU COMBINACIÓN NORIKO TAMAI SHIZUOKA EIWA GAKUIN UNIVERSITY SADAHIKO NAKAJIMA KWANSEI GAKUIN UNIVERSITY Abstract Conditioned and then extinguished fear recurs if the background context is changed after extinction (renewal effect) or if there is a ver más »

RESURGENCE OF MANDS FOLLOWING FUNCTIONAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
RESURGIMIENTO DE LOS MANDOS DESPUÉS DEL ENTRENAMIENTO EN COMUNICACIÓN FUNCIONAL WENDY K. BERG THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA JOEL E. RINGDAHL SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY STEPHEN E. RYAN, ANNA D. ING, NICOLE LUSTIG, PATRICK ROMANI, DAVID P. WACKER, JENNIFER K. ANDERSEN THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA EMILY DURAKO SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY Abstract Experimental ver más »

CONTEXT CHANGE EXPLAINS RESURGENCE AFTER THE EXTINCTION OF OPERANT BEHAVIOR

Martes, Septiembre 1st, 2015 | Categoría: Vol. 41, No. 2 Número monográfico (2015)
EL CAMBIO DE CONTEXTO EXPLICA EL RESURGIMIENTO DESPUÉS DE LA EXTINCIÓN DE LA CONDUCTA OPERANTE SYDNEY TRASK, SCOTT T. SCHEPERS, AND MARK E. BOUTON UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT Abstract Extinguished operant behavior can return or “resurge” when a response that has replaced it is also extinguished. Typically studied in nonhuman animals, ver más »