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Bellone, John - - 2012
Undergraduates participating in experiments late in the semester generally perform more poorly on demanding tasks and withdraw more often than those participating early. To investigate effects of task aversiveness, some participants were instructed to choose brief cartoon reinforcement with a long time-out while others were instructed to choose longer cartoon ...
Yan, Ji - - 2012
We employ a behavioral-economic equation put forward by Hursh and Silberberg (2008) to explain human consumption behavior among substitutable food brands, applying a consumer-choice model--the behavioral perspective model (BPM; Foxall, 1990/2004, 2005). In this study, we apply the behavioral-economic equation to human economic consumption data. We attempt to find the ...
Yan, Ji - - 2012
Essential value is defined by Hursh and Silberberg (2008) as the value of reinforcers, presented in an exponential model (Equation 1). This study extends previous research concerned with animal behavior or human responding in therapeutic situations. We applied 9 available demand curves to consumer data that included 10,000+ data points ...
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Davis, Wilhelmina - - 2012
Patterson, Lena - - 2012
Cowan, Sylvia - - 2012
Reuben, Shelly - - 2012
Ramsland, Katherine - - 2012
Ackvan, Cazandra - - 2012
Nuccitelli, Michael - - 2012
Caine, Curtis - - 2012
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