Effects of a delay-reinforcement procedure on performance under IRT>t schedules.


Water-deprived rats were studied under a compound schedule that prescribed that responses terminating interresponse times (IRTs) greater than a fixed value t(1) (IRT > t(1) component schedule) initiated a delay of reinforcement interval t(2), at the end of which water was presented if the subject did not respond (R > t(2) component schedule). If the subject… (More)


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