Concurrent-schedule performance: Effects of relative and overall reinforcer rate.

@article{Alsop1988ConcurrentschedulePE,
  title={Concurrent-schedule performance: Effects of relative and overall reinforcer rate.},
  author={Brent Llewellyn. Alsop and Douglas Elliffe},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1988},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={
          21-36
        }
}
Six pigeons were trained to respond on two keys, each of which provided reinforcers on an arithmetic variable-interval schedule. These concurrent schedules ran nonindependently with a 2-s changeover delay. Six sets of conditions were conducted. Within each set of conditions the ratio of reinforcers available on the two alternatives was varied, but the arranged overall reinforcer rate remained constant. Each set of conditions used a different overall reinforcer rate, ranging from 0.22… CONTINUE READING
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