Learning and Complex Behavior

Ch. 3. Environmental Guidance of Behavior

1. Study Questions

2. Environmental Guidance Contrasted with S-R Psychology (Operants are contrasted with S-R associations.)

3. Generic concepts of stimulus and response (Selection processes produce relations between classes of events, not between fixed entities.)

4. Behavioral mixing and IRTs (The generality of behavioral mixing in stimulus generalization and some related technical issues)