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Contingency-Shaped and Rule-Governed Behaviors General Guidelines Each week, you
Contingency-Shaped and Rule-Governed Behaviors General Guidelines Each week, you must provide an initial post responding to one of the discussion board prompt options. Please include the discussion prompt you are addressing in the subject line of your post. Once you are done, review the posts of other learners and engage in two responses to a learner, or learners, in any discussion board prompt; you may respond to the same learner twice in a conversation. Your responses should be substantive and demonstrate your understanding of the material. In this, and in all of your courseroom posts, be sure to keep your tone respectful and professional. Use the name of the peer you are addressing. Cite any references according to APA guidelines. Week 6, Discussion Prompt Option 1 Real Life What is a real-world example of a contingency-shaped behavior and rule-governed behavior you engage in? Think about your daily behavior and determine if it is primarily a rule-governed or contingency-shaped behavior. Explain your rationale. Week 6, Discussion Prompt Option 2 Practice On page 470 of the Behavior Modification text, you will see a sample of a one-party behavioral contract. Think about a behavior you would like to change and write your own one-party behavioral contract including all of the required components. Do you think it will work? Explain your rationale. PLEASE USE THIS BELOW- SOURCES Hayes, S. C. (Ed.). (1989). Rule-governed behavior: Cognition, contingencies, and instructional control. Springer. Chapter 3, "Rule-Governed Behavior in Behavior Analysis," pages 110–115. Chapter 4, "An Experimental Analysis of Rule-Governed Behavior," pages 119–124 and 146–149. Chapter 5, "The Verbal Action of the Listener as a Basis for Rule-Governance," pages 153–155. Chapter 6, "Rule-Following," pages 202–209. Kim, D., Seitz, A. R., & Watanabe, T. (2015). Visual perceptual learning by operant conditioning training follows rules of contingency. Visual Cognition, 23(1/2), 147–160. Tarbox, J., Zuckerman, C. K., Bishop, M. R., Olive, M. L., & O’Hora, D. P. (2011). Rule-governed behavior: Teaching a preliminary repertoire of rule-following to children with autism. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 27(1), 125–139.

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