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'''Reinforcement delay''' is the time delay set in [[operant conditioning]] [[reinforcement schedules]] that require a pause between the occurence of a [[conditioned response]] and the delivery of the [[reinforcement]]. The priciple is similar to that of the [[interstimulus interval]] in [[classical conditioning]]
 
'''Reinforcement delay''' is the time delay set in [[operant conditioning]] [[reinforcement schedules]] that require a pause between the occurence of a [[conditioned response]] and the delivery of the [[reinforcement]]. The priciple is similar to that of the [[interstimulus interval]] in [[classical conditioning]]
   

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Reinforcement delay is the time delay set in operant conditioning reinforcement schedules that require a pause between the occurence of a conditioned response and the delivery of the reinforcement. The priciple is similar to that of the interstimulus interval in classical conditioning



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