What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Section Two Introduction
Section Three Introduction
Section Four Introduction
3 other sections not shown
achievement motivation acquired acquisition activity aggressive behaviour alternative amateur animal applied aspect of behaviour associated attention autonomous aversive B.F. Skinner basis become behavioural analysis behaviourist bit of behaviour child coach competition component concept consequences context contingencies of reinforcement continuous reinforcement culture degree derived developed discriminative stimulus effect environment environmental determinants example experimental explanation extinction fact factor feedback frequently genetic goal greater history of reinforcement important increase influence inherent reinforcers internal kind knowledge of results laboratory learning manipulated Mark Spitz modified negative reinforcement occur operant conditioning opponent organism partial reinforcement participation in sport particular phenomenon physical player positive reinforcement predict prestige primary reinforcers probability produce proprioceptive receive reinforcement regarded reinforcement and punishment reinforcement contingencies reinforcement for sport reinforcements available respondent conditioning schedule of reinforcement secondary reinforcers situation Skinner Skinnerian somatotype sports behaviour sports skills sportsmen stimulus control success tendency termination variable verbal punishment