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Psychology 130, 001|Fall 2010|UC Berkeley

by Ann M. KRING

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Lecture 4 Correction

This was very informative, however, Ms. Kring was wrong in her definition of negative reinforcement. Negative reinforcement is not rewarding a negative behavior as the tantrum example was given (that's actually would be considered positive reinforcement on the child's part). Negative reinforcement would be the action to stop the adverse stimulus so in the tantrum example it would be the parent that was being negatively reinforced. They stopped an continuous adverse stimulus (tantrum) by giving the kid candy. The student was actually correct in saying that the noise in the car was a negative reinforcement because in order for the continued negative stimulus (the beeping) to cease you would have to put on your seatbelt. I'm surprised that she was so off about that. So this rating is just for that lecture but overall it is decent.