Second-order schedules: a comparison of chained, brief-stimulus, and tandem procedures.

@article{Malagodi1973SecondorderSA,
  title={Second-order schedules: a comparison of chained, brief-stimulus, and tandem procedures.},
  author={E. F. Malagodi and Joe Deweese and J Martin Johnston},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1973},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          447-60
        }
}
Pigeons were exposed to seven types of two-component schedules, each component a 2-min fixed-interval schedule. Food presentation occurred at the completion of the second component under all conditions. The seven types of schedules were: (1) a chained schedule in which completion of the first component produced the discriminative stimulus associated with the second component; (2) a chained schedule to which was added the brief presentation of a food-paired stimulus at the completion of the… CONTINUE READING
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