Differential resurgence and response elimination

@article{Doughty2007DifferentialRA,
  title={Differential resurgence and response elimination},
  author={Adam H. Doughty and Stephanie P. da Silva and Kennon A Lattal},
  journal={Behavioural Processes},
  year={2007},
  volume={75},
  pages={115-128}
}
Resurgence refers to the transient recovery of previously reinforced, but presently not reinforced, responding when more recently reinforced responding is extinguished. The primary purpose of our research was to determine how differential resurgence results from the procedures used to eliminate that responding. There were three conditions in each of five experiments. In Condition 1, key pecking by pigeons was maintained under a two-component multiple variable-interval (VI) 30-s VI 30-s schedule… CONTINUE READING

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