Instructions, multiple schedules, and extinction: Distinguishing rule-governed from schedule-controlled behavior.

@article{Hayes1986InstructionsMS,
  title={Instructions, multiple schedules, and extinction: Distinguishing rule-governed from schedule-controlled behavior.},
  author={Steven C. Hayes and Alex Brownstein and Juergen Haas and David E. Greenway},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1986},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={137-47}
}
Schedule sensitivity has usually been examined either through a multiple schedule or through changes in schedules after steady-state responding has been established. This study compared the effects of these two procedures when various instructions were given. Fifty-five college students responded in two 32-min sessions under a multiple fixed-ratio 18/differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate 6-s schedule, followed by one session of extinction. Some subjects received no instructions regarding the… CONTINUE READING

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