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FIGURE 5.3 Diagrammatic representation of the basic scalar timing model. This version of the model predicts when a subject will start responding on a standard FI schedule. In a free-operant FI schedule the external stimulus that resets the clock and begins timing is the occurrence of food. Alternatively, in a discrete trial version of an FI schedule the external stimulus would be the stimulus that indicates the beginning of a trial, which is typically a tone or light. See the text for details of the model.

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FIGURE 5.3 Diagrammatic representation of the basic scalar timing model. This version of the model predicts when a subject will start responding on a standard FI schedule. In a free-operant FI schedule the external stimulus that resets the clock and begins timing is the occurrence of food. Alternatively, in a discrete trial version of an FI schedule the external stimulus would be the stimulus that indicates the beginning of a trial, which is typically a tone or light. See the text for details of the model.

often more complex than the types of reinforcement schedules traditionally studied by operant psychologists.

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