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José Natividad Moreno Zazueta http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9532-7695

Carlos Javier Flores Aguirre http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3085-4029

Resumen

Se ha reportado que en ciertos fenómenos (recuperación espontánea, readquisición, resurgencia y renovación contextual) es posible observar la recuperación de una respuesta previamente extinguida. La renovación contextual, se refiere a la reaparición de una respuesta extinguida que resulta de un cambio de contexto entre la fase de extinción y prueba. El propósito del presente trabajo consistió en evaluar la renovación contextual, atendiendo tanto a la distribución temporal del responder, como a la tasa de respuesta. Se encontró una recuperación de la tasa de respuesta, siendo un resultado consistente con los reportados en el área de renovación contextual. Además, se pudo identificar una renovación de la distribución temporal de respuesta. Los resultados se discuten reconociendo que la tasa y la distribución temporal constituyen dos dimensiones de la ejecución que son moduladas por los cambios de contexto.

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Keywords

Adquisición, extinción, renovación contextual, intervalo fijo, ratas

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Moreno Zazueta, J., & Flores Aguirre, C. (2017). Renovación contextual de la distribución temporal del responder. Universitas Psychologica, 17(3), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy17-3.rcdt
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