Every reinforcer counts: reinforcer magnitude and local preference.

@article{Davison2003EveryRC,
  title={Every reinforcer counts: reinforcer magnitude and local preference.},
  author={Michael Davison and William M. Baum},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={2003},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={95-129}
}
Six pigeons were trained on concurrent variable-interval schedules. Sessions consisted of seven components, each lasting 10 reinforcers, with the conditions of reinforcement differing between components. The component sequence was randomly selected without replacement. In Experiment 1, the concurrent-schedule reinforcer ratios in components were all equal… CONTINUE READING