chained reinforcement schedule

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A compound reinforcement schedule in which reinforcement (1) is delivered after an organism has completed two or more simple reinforcement schedules in succession, a signal being given to indicate to the organism which schedule is operating at any particular time. Also called a chained schedule. See also reinforcement schedule. Compare tandem reinforcement schedule.

Subjects: Psychology.

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