Operant conditioning (OC)
The process of changing an animal’s response to a certain A change i...A change i... A change in the environment. If the A change i... has no effect on the animal, it is a neutral A change i.... A A change i... that stands out in the environment, that the animal notices more than other environmental stimuli, is a salient A change i.... A A change i... that causes a change of state in the animal, that causes him to perform a specific behavior, for example, is a discriminative A change i.... by manipulating the consequences that immediately follow the response. The five principles of operant conditioning were developed by B.F. Skinner. Clicker tr...Clicker tr... Clicker tr... is a system of teaching that uses positive In operant... in combination with an A signal u.... is a subset of operant conditioning, using only positive In operant...Adding som... Adding something the animal will work for to strengthen (increase the frequency of) a behavior. For example, giving the dog a treat for sitting in order to increase the probability that the dog will sit again. , The weaken...The weaken... The weakening of behavior through non-reinforcement or “ignoring” the behavior. In The weaken..., nothing is added or removed from the environment. For example, a treat lies on the other side of a fence. A dog reaches his paw under, but cannot reach the treat. Because reaching for the treat doesn’t work—because it isn’t reinforced through success—the dog will eventually quit reaching for the treat., and, to a lesser extent, negative In operant...In operant... In operant conditioning, aconsequenceto a behavior in which something is added to or removed from the situation to make the behavior less likely to occur in the future. .