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Omission training is the procedure of removing positive reinforcement upon the occurrence of unwanted behavior.


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  • Dickinson, A., Squire, S., Varga, Z., & Smith, J. W. (1998). Omission learning after instrumental pretraining: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 51B(3) Aug 1998, 271-286.
  • Ishii, T., & Sakagami, T. (2007). Reinforcement omission in concurrent fixed-interval and random-interval schedules: Behavioural Processes Vol 74(3) Mar 2007, 334-341.
  • Jongsma, M. L. A., Eichele, T., Quiroga, R. Q., Jenks, K. M., Desain, P., Honing, H., et al. (2005). Expectancy effects on omission evoked potentials in musicians and non-musicians: Psychophysiology Vol 42(2) Mar 2005, 191-201.
  • Lipp, O. V., & Dal Santo, L. A. (2002). Cue competition between elementary trained stimuli: US miscuing, interference, and US omission: Learning and Motivation Vol 33(3) Aug 2002, 327-346.
  • Nakajima, S., & Urushihara, K. (2003). Renewal of eliminated operant performance by context change--A test of ABA and AAB renewal after omission training: Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science Vol 22(1) Sep 2003, 18-23.
  • Nakajima, S., Urushihara, K., & Masaki, T. (2002). Renewal of operant performance formerly eliminated by omission or noncontingency training upon return to the acquisition context: Learning and Motivation Vol 33(4) Nov 2002, 510-525.
  • Sanabria, F., Sitomer, M. T., & Killeen, P. R. (2006). Negative automaintenance omission training is effective: Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior Vol 86(1) Jul 2006, 1-10.
  • Stout, S. C., Boughner, R. L., & Papini, M. R. (2003). Reexamining the frustration effect in rats: Aftereffects of surprising reinforcement and nonreinforcement: Learning and Motivation Vol 34(4) Nov 2003, 437-456.
  • Tobler, P. N., Dickinson, A., & Schultz, W. (2003). Coding of Predicted Reward Omission by Dopamine Neurons in a Conditioned Inhibition Paradigm: Journal of Neuroscience Vol 23(32) Nov 2003, 10402-10410.
  • Vollmer, T. R., Ringdahl, J. E., Roane, H. S., & Marcus, B. A. (1997). Negative side effects of noncontingent reinforcement: Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis Vol 30(1) Spr 1997, 161-164.
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