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  • rate of reinforcem
  • In summary, delay-induced states of aversion may arise from the innate tendency to rely on a regular rate of reinforcement. (biomedsearch.com)
  • The first principle of MPR states that arousal level is proportional to rate of reinforcement, A = a r {\displaystyle A=ar} , where: A= arousal level a= specific activation r= rate of reinforcement (Killeen & Sitomer, 2003). (wikipedia.org)
  • The organism continuously shifts from one alternative to the other, if one is better than the other, until the other is better than the first one, regardless of the effect on overall rate of reinforcement. (wikipedia.org)
  • tendency
  • Keller and Schoenfeld, 1950), Platt recognized that individuals operating for short-term positive gain ("reinforcement") had a tendency to over-exploit a resource, which led to a long-term overall loss to society. (wikipedia.org)
  • amount
  • He rejected the idea that Kahn's reinforcing system in concrete beams would act as a Warren Truss and also noted that this system would not provide the adequate amount of shear stress reinforcement at the ends of the simply supported beams, the place where the shear stress is greatest. (wikipedia.org)
  • units
  • After the German player has rolled to determine the weather, the game sequence proceeds as follows: Move your units Position air units Check for reinforcements, withdrawals, etc. (wikipedia.org)