Approach to behaviour modification

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  1. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    mattym New Member

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    What is the intended way for this to work? What is your desired effect?
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    is this for some sort of "project" , cuz it looks like something i did in school.
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    Oh dear... Lol
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    That's exactly how I feed my kid.
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    I sense a new style of banning spammers and cracked app users . . .
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    Your kid...

    Pulls a lever.
    Gets electrocuted the first time.
    Light stays red...
    Pulls it again.
    Gets another shock.
    Light stays red...
    THIRD time.
    SHOCKED AGAIN.
    Light stays red...
    Fourth time.
    Light goes green.
    Food comes out
    Loudspeaker plays "I am the One and Only" by Chesney Hawkes?


    This reminds me a lot of LOST.

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    I think it would be more effective if the loudspeaker played static or something else annoying when the user messed up. There is no need to use auditory stimulation as a reward. Tho the rest of the process sounded about right for this set up.

    Hmm, i cant wait to have people salivating at traffic lights.

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