differential reinforcement of low response rates

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In operant conditioning, a reinforcement schedule in which an organism is rewarded only for a response made after a specified interval has elapsed since its previous response. See also differential reinforcement. Compare differential reinforcement of high response rates. DRL abbrev.

Subjects: Psychology.

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