Rule-governed behavior and sensitivity to changing consequences of responding.

  title={Rule-governed behavior and sensitivity to changing consequences of responding.},
  author={Steven C. Hayes and Alex Brownstein and R D Zettle and Irwin S Rosenfarb and Z Korn},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  volume={45 3},
Humans were presented with a task that required moving a light through a matrix. Button presses could produce light movements according to a multiple fixed-ratio 18/differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate 6-s schedule, with components alternating every 2 min. Moving the light through the maze earned points worth chances on money prizes. In Experiment 1 four conditions were assessed through between-subject comparisons: minimal instructions, instructions to press rapidly, instructions to press… CONTINUE READING
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