Unfortunately the hand movement (with the original therapist) became the discriminative stimulus for touching his nose.
What does SD stand for?
SD stands for Discriminative Stimulus
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We have 158 other meanings of SD in our Acronym Attic
- Sports Council of Zambia
- Supercazzola (Italian neologism)
- Survival Crisis Z (game)
- Service Conseil Zones Alluviales (French: Consulting Alluvial Zones; Swiss environmental group)
- Santa Cruz Zen Center (California)
- Slaskie Centrum Zdrowia Publicznego (Polish: Silesian Center for Public Health)
- Slaskie Centrum Zaawansowanych Technologii (Polish: Silesia Center for Advanced Technology)
- Aircraft Detection Radar for Submarines (US Navy)
- Archive and Dissemination Office (NIMA)
- Sacrum Diis (Latin: Consacrated to the Gods, epigraphy)
- Safe Driver
- Safe, Detected Failure
- Saigon Dentist (website and forum)
- Saksual Dysfunction (psychology slang)
- Salario Devengado (Spanish: Earned Salary; various nations)
- Sales and Distribution (SAP)
- Salutem Dicit (Latin: sends greetings)
- Salvia Divinorum (entheogenic spice)
- Same Difference
Samples in periodicals archive:
The material is written for medicinal chemists and neuroscientists interested in the neurochemical mechanisms that underlie the discriminative stimulus properties of drugs.
Each scenario presented a discriminative stimulus representing a situation in which it was appropriate for the child to make a verbal comment, along with an intonation, gesture, and facial expression.
Specifically, if the mechanism underlying the cognitive dissonance effect is contrast, it suggests that any reinforcer that is preceded by a relatively aversive event should result in positive contrast; and positive contrast should give additional value to the reinforcer that follows (or to the discriminative stimulus that signals the reinforcer).
The red light is said to be functioning as a discriminative stimulus .
The availability of reinforcement is contingent upon the presence of some discriminative stimulus of which reinforcement has been paired.
These results suggested that the presence of a communication card may function as a discriminative stimulus for a specific topography of manding, but that training with the card did not inhibit the use of other mands when the card was absent.
In addition, punishment has side effects and through even one trial respondent conditioning, a formerly salient discriminative stimulus can now serve as a setting event for the pain of the betrayal.