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What is the hardest schecdule of reinforcement to extinguish?

Variable Ratio
Variable Interval

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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #30 on: November 01, 2010, 07:26:59 pm »
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Thank you Bomb :P

It's like with fishing. You have to wait, but you've gotta have your line in the water to catch a fish :P

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« Reply #31 on: November 01, 2010, 07:34:01 pm »
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Thank you Bomb :P

It's like with fishing. You have to wait, but you've gotta have your line in the water to catch a fish :P

Haha unless some fish jumps up out of the water onto land and bites onto your hook :S
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #32 on: November 01, 2010, 09:55:09 pm »
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TSSM 2008

Question 30.
Which schedule of reinforcement results in the slowest extinction of the learned behaviour?

A. fixed ratio
B. variable ratio
C. variable interval
D. fixed interval

Answer:C
Variable interval is the slowest schedule of reinforcement to lead to extinction. An example of
this schedule is that of poker machines. Since reinforcement cannot be predicted, and is based on
time, cessation of responding will be gradual.

SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE CLAIMING THEY CAN USE GAMBLING AS AN EXAMPLE FOR VARIABLE RATIO.

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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #33 on: November 01, 2010, 09:59:57 pm »
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TSSM 2008

Question 30.
Which schedule of reinforcement results in the slowest extinction of the learned behaviour?

A. fixed ratio
B. variable ratio
C. variable interval
D. fixed interval

Answer:C
Variable interval is the slowest schedule of reinforcement to lead to extinction. An example of
this schedule is that of poker machines. Since reinforcement cannot be predicted, and is based on
time, cessation of responding will be gradual.

SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE CLAIMING THEY CAN USE GAMBLING AS AN EXAMPLE FOR VARIABLE RATIO.

this doesn't prove that poker machines are based on variable interval though, it's just what the tssm people said.
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #34 on: November 01, 2010, 10:03:05 pm »
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TSSM 2008

Question 30.
Which schedule of reinforcement results in the slowest extinction of the learned behaviour?

A. fixed ratio
B. variable ratio
C. variable interval
D. fixed interval

Answer:C
Variable interval is the slowest schedule of reinforcement to lead to extinction. An example of
this schedule is that of poker machines. Since reinforcement cannot be predicted, and is based on
time, cessation of responding will be gradual.

SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE CLAIMING THEY CAN USE GAMBLING AS AN EXAMPLE FOR VARIABLE RATIO.

this doesn't prove that poker machines are based on variable interval though, it's just what the tssm people said.

lol...i've seen plenty more exams saying it variable ratio... ones much more credible than tssm
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #35 on: November 01, 2010, 10:07:54 pm »
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TSSM 2008

Question 30.
Which schedule of reinforcement results in the slowest extinction of the learned behaviour?

A. fixed ratio
B. variable ratio
C. variable interval
D. fixed interval

Answer:C
Variable interval is the slowest schedule of reinforcement to lead to extinction. An example of
this schedule is that of poker machines. Since reinforcement cannot be predicted, and is based on
time, cessation of responding will be gradual.

SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE CLAIMING THEY CAN USE GAMBLING AS AN EXAMPLE FOR VARIABLE RATIO.

this doesn't prove that poker machines are based on variable interval though, it's just what the tssm people said.

lol...i've seen plenty more exams saying it variable ratio... ones much more credible than tssm
I agree with TSSM being a joke after doing their 2008 paper, however when I asked my teacher, she said she was 100% sure it's variable interval...

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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #36 on: November 01, 2010, 10:10:45 pm »
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laijawen...

you need to overcome this obsession/fixation on which schedule of reinforcement is hardest to extinguish... (possibly thru systematic desensitization?? :P)

focus on other more important aspects of psychology because the truth is, it wont get asked... especially as it isnt in any textbooks..
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #37 on: November 01, 2010, 10:11:13 pm »
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TSSM 2008

Question 30.
Which schedule of reinforcement results in the slowest extinction of the learned behaviour?

A. fixed ratio
B. variable ratio
C. variable interval
D. fixed interval

Answer:C
Variable interval is the slowest schedule of reinforcement to lead to extinction. An example of
this schedule is that of poker machines. Since reinforcement cannot be predicted, and is based on
time, cessation of responding will be gradual.

SO MUCH FOR PEOPLE CLAIMING THEY CAN USE GAMBLING AS AN EXAMPLE FOR VARIABLE RATIO.

this doesn't prove that poker machines are based on variable interval though, it's just what the tssm people said.

lol...i've seen plenty more exams saying it variable ratio... ones much more credible than tssm
I agree with TSSM being a joke after doing their 2008 paper, however when I asked my teacher, she said she was 100% sure it's variable interval...
hahahaha... there are the teachers that are 100% sure that it is variable interval
then there are those that are 100% sure it's variable ratio..
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #38 on: November 02, 2010, 10:11:17 am »
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I better get karma for this haha. I went through all the effort of contacting the "chief assessor" for psych - Roger Edwards. And asked him what would be accepted out of the following: "Which schedule of reinforcement is most difficult to extinguish?"
> A) Variable Interval
> B) Variable Ratio
> C) Fixed Interval
> D) Fixed Ratio

He replied with "They would have to allow a and b!"

So there. It's settled once and for all.
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #39 on: November 02, 2010, 10:54:16 am »
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wow u hav his number?
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« Reply #40 on: November 02, 2010, 10:57:19 am »
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wow u hav his number?
Nope. Email. Me and my friend begged him for it after the pathways lecture.
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #41 on: November 02, 2010, 11:40:19 am »
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wow u hav his number?
Nope. Email. Me and my friend begged him for it after the pathways lecture.
you should ask him about the order of the stimulus and response in operant conditioning ;)
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #42 on: November 02, 2010, 12:06:03 pm »
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wow u hav his number?
Nope. Email. Me and my friend begged him for it after the pathways lecture.
you should ask him about the order of the stimulus and response in operant conditioning ;)
Haha. Nar I'm 100% sure on that one. Even my teacher whose been an assessor for 15 years said it was right. And she has never been wrong before. Don't wanna bug him or waste his time haha. Trust me it's definitely right. I would basically bet all my money on it.
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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #43 on: November 02, 2010, 12:11:52 pm »
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I better get karma for this haha. I went through all the effort of contacting the "chief assessor" for psych - Roger Edwards. And asked him what would be accepted out of the following: "Which schedule of reinforcement is most difficult to extinguish?"
> A) Variable Interval
> B) Variable Ratio
> C) Fixed Interval
> D) Fixed Ratio

He replied with "They would have to allow a and b!"

So there. It's settled once and for all.

thanks

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Re: [Poll] Hardest Schecdule of Reinforcement to Extinguish
« Reply #44 on: November 02, 2010, 12:20:00 pm »
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Which is the EASIEST to extinguish?
Surely it's the exact opposite of this schedule.
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