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Section 3: Foundational Knowledge: The Super Hard Stuff
Duration: 4 hours, 15 Minutes


This section covers: Schedules of reinforcement and punishment (including matching law, basic schedules of intermittent reinforcement (FI, VI, FR, VR), variations of basic intermittent schedules of reinforcement (DRD, DRL, DRH), schedule thinning, ratio strain, limited holds, progressive schedules of reinforcement, detailed explanations and examples of compound schedules of reinforcement: concurrent schedules, multiple schedules, chained schedules, mixed schedules, tandem schedules, alternative schedules, conjunctive schedules, programming for generalization and maintenance (including response and stimulus generalization, programming common stimuli, general case analysis using indiscriminable contingencies, negative teaching examples, mediation, multiple exemplar training, training loosely, terminating successful interventions, and much more.) Verbal behavior (including private events, verbal operants, as the basis for language assessment, point-to-point correspondence, formal similarity, listener training, elementary and secondary verbal operants: (echoic, mand, tact, intraverbal, textual, transcription, autoclitic.)

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Section 3: Foundational Knowledge: The Super Hard Stuff
Duration: 4 hours, 15 Minutes


This section covers: Schedules of reinforcement and punishment (including matching law, basic schedules of intermittent reinforcement (FI, VI, FR, VR), variations of basic intermittent schedules of reinforcement (DRD, DRL, DRH), schedule thinning, ratio strain, limited holds, progressive schedules of reinforcement, detailed explanations and examples of compound schedules of reinforcement: concurrent schedules, multiple schedules, chained schedules, mixed schedules, tandem schedules, alternative schedules, conjunctive schedules, programming for generalization and maintenance (including response and stimulus generalization, programming common stimuli, general case analysis using indiscriminable contingencies, negative teaching examples, mediation, multiple exemplar training, training loosely, terminating successful interventions, and much more.) Verbal behavior (including private events, verbal operants, as the basis for language assessment, point-to-point correspondence, formal similarity, listener training, elementary and secondary verbal operants: (echoic, mand, tact, intraverbal, textual, transcription, autoclitic.)