Dr Allen Karsina drops by to share his research on choice. We review some key facts in the literature on choice, how manipulations to choice-making schedules affect the value of choice, and whether we should believe the hype about choice. Don't forget to listen all the way through to hear about exciting research using our family members as participants and for a delightful poetry jam to round out the episode. You chose to subscribe.
Articles discussed this episode:
Karsina, A., Thompson, R.H., & Rodriguez, N.M. (2011). Effects of a history of differential reinforcement on preference for choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 95, 189-202. doi:10.1901/jeab.2011.95-189
Fisher, W.W., Thompson, R.H., Piazza, C.C., Crosland, K., & Gotjen, D. (1997). On the relative reinforcing effects of choice and differential consequences. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 423-438. doi:10.1901/jaba.197.30-423
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