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Over-generalization is a layman's term for when a behavior under stimulus control is too broad. This can also be referred to as “undesired response ...

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In the conditioning process, stimulus generalization is the tendency for the conditioned stimulus to evoke similar responses after the response has been ...

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Aug 31, 2017 ... The dog exhibits the same response when it hears a small child emit a high- pitched shriek. This is an example of stimulus generalization.

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Stimulus generalization occurs when a response that has been reinforced in the presence of one stimulus occurs for the first time in the presence of a structurally  ...

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Apr 29, 2017 ... Stimulus Generalization: when an antecedent stimulus has a history of evoking a response that has been reinforced in its presence, the same ...

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Apr 18, 2017 ... We were asked about Response Generalization effects - Duration: 5:26. PsychCore 584 views · 5:26. Play next; Play now. ABA Skills Training: ...

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Stimulus generalization is the tendency of a subject to respond to a stimulus or a group of stimuli similar but not identical to the original CS. For example, a.

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Psychology. Also called stimulus generalization. the act or process of responding to a stimulus similar to but distinct from the conditioned stimulus. Also called ...

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Can someone please explain why the following is an example of response generalization rather than stimulus generalization? Since the ...