ABA terminology and concepts are often taught and learned in “vocabulary families” . In fact, it is very effective to learn these concepts and their relationships to each other at the same time. This is why vocabulary and concepts are introduce-d to you in relationships, rather than in alphabetical order. This will not only help you understand these relationships but will also help you eliminate incorrect responses on the BCBA exam. By completing this assignment, you will be able to identify those concepts that are related specifically to respondent conditioning. Also, those concepts that are specifically related to operant conditioning.
Identify all of the words and concepts with their definitions and examples for respondent behavior and then a separate table chart or any other visual display for operant behavior and then a separate table chart or any other visual display for operant behavior. Please include the following concepts/terminology in your tables. ABA terminology and concepts.
Pavlov, 3-term contingency, phylogeny, evoke, emit, elicit, ontogeny, antecedent-behavior-consequence, Skinner, voluntary, involuntary, classical conditioning, reflex, habituation, stimulus-stimulus pairing, adaptation, reinforcement, punishment, extinction, unconditioned stimulus, neutral stimulus, respondent behavior, operant behavior, respondent conditioning, operant conditioning, stimulus control, discriminative stimulus, stimulus delta, conditioned stimulus, motivating operation, principles of behavior
Operant conditioning, sometimes referred to as instrumental conditioning, is a method of learning that employs rewards and punishments for behavior. Through operant conditioning, an association is mad-e between a behavior and a consequence (whether negative or positive) for that behavior.1