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"b. f." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Own personality. And since then I would say that, uh, it had the effect on my marriage of One. I quit nagging because one of the rules of animal behavior is that if you're using a technique, and it's not working, it's not having any success. Then you should stop doing that. I mean, that seems so obvious. But how many of us just keep repeating ourselves and nagging. I mean, I certainly did. So I stopped doing that in. That was a relief to my husband. I'm sure it's certainly the actually was a relief to me. I found two to not hear myself saying the same old thing again. What is the benefit of reward versus punishment? But the truth is what most people don't know is that all these ideas that inform modern animal training came from the world of human psychology. They came from the world of B. F. Skinner. And behavior science. What he found is a living organism learns the most effectively when they are rewarded as opposed to being punished. This was you know, he studied Does he trained pigeons, But he basically was, you know, rooted in a scholarly, academic, psychological, human, psychological world. Really be an effective trainer. You have to look in the mirror and sort of understand. What it is that you're doing that might be reinforcing other people's behaviors. You know, how could it? How could I start with you? You know, there's there's times it's not. But you have to always think about that. And think about you know what you could be doing. Differently. Thea. Other thing that I had I thought a lot about is, um uh, is in the training world. They have a saying that's called Know your species. And,.
"b. f." Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"b. f." Discussed on 1075 KZL
"I live I wake up in the morning and I can't wait to play quick draw but I'm not gonna let it affect my mood or anything like that but normally you delete argues the when you say stuff you would see go Katie was first majority yeah I'd laugh I feel like he didn't really get out is all now yeah okay you know they do then acting that's that's the No Way Out this is my fault he shouldn't have given me the grades in the judgment that he give me the last three months okay okay well we tried as hard as we try to find good news from around a virus right typically you know stuff people are doing is not going to come out of this room that has resting R. B. F. face yes Larry as are B. F. mood if you go through the glass window for it now he's not heavy enough so I have to go through the roof you got to it first in the Jason usually find some sort of negative side I'm not positive okay including a guided donated plasma who had the crowd of buyers to help other people that's coming up morning I hate music station one oh seven five Casey well if the warm winter is any indication of the summer it's going to be a hot one you don't your AC unit to go out your air conditioning go out that would be a major nightmare well if you know this is the leading cause of AC system failures by far is the everyday wear and tear that your unit will suffer after installation and if you neglect your system for too long we've all done it the simple inexpensive fixes and adjustments will slowly turn into massive costly issues which may require premature system replacement very expensive you can avoid all those big expenses make sure that your AC unit is working great all through the summer in much longer by bringing in go green plumbing heating and air experts they come in and perform maintenance throughout the year to help you extend the life of your HVAC and not only that but to find those small promises little fixes that could prevent a major disaster in the future you know go green plumbing heating and air locally owned and operated been in business for over twenty years for more info go to go green palm dot com that's go green palm dot com Intel mature sent you.
"b. f." Discussed on KQED Radio
"Where it's a lot of state prison this is on cuff and I am Brian tams B. F. tams along with my uncapped buddies taming cook swoon Jackson the night realness Steve brown Brian muscle my you don't lose mine we understand that people probably want to know our perspective as prisoners of this whole corona virus thing I think it's more dangerous in here simply because when a closed environment this is fish in a barrel this was going on so in here we can't move around if I'm on the streets I can go to my house and lock myself self pointing myself I don't have to move around but in here I'm forced to be in there with a man so one infestation comes in from one source outside source everyone is doing to get it because I mean I live in a communicative I live in a dorm two hundred fifty men in the dorm so one guy gets it everybody's going to get it because I want to shut the door and now I'm forced to have to brief all the air in there clearly it depends on your housing I'm in the cell I'm not in the dorm so and that's since I feel like on one hand I feel safer but once it's in to the prison you know that what it called a dormant stage you know I have that's that's were scary because you don't know at what point it comes in and at what point you touch what it could be some of the smallest thing that you never thought that the nerve and bone we use you find out a week later the you got that the Goonies argued a prison some credit for having the building where they take people that are dealing with one of them viruses the currency of your team build and put them over there so yeah so they do have that in general does that fit into how the prison is preparing for the coronavirus older not prepared you don't know what to prepare who knows what can you prepare for this thing other than washing your hand you can do it's going to be here it's going to come in here people can get sick and it's there's nothing anybody can do anything about wash their hands well if you're gonna get sick you're gonna get sick when I was in San Quentin and legionnaires kicked in and when that happened everything shut down entire the entire prison shut down including the meals so everyone always fear is is when they say there's no movement at all and then no one comes in including officers and you start saying what is this and then they come in with hazmat suits and they come out and bring you out of your cell ten at a time he takes all day just to shower you from trucks that they drove into the prison that's happened before yeah absolutely a couple years ago it happened the feds had lived I wasn't aware of that I lived my major concern being in this type of environment I would be really concerned about people who work within the presence whether it's free staff correctional officers or otherwise coming through and dehumanizing us you know that happens sometimes anyway but that would be my only concern that's the whole thought of being expendable like were you were you were easier to cut off and and get rid of than than the average citizen and in that light I was a year ago when the hill was on fire up here when the fire came through from where I met outside my window we can see that and the first thing they went with staff suddenly gun and you could hear people start to freak out about it like then the when the smoke started coming in and and outside the window you could see that being coming down the hill and then now you got some guy in the in the door yelling man down for twenty minutes and he's freaking out and there's no one to be seen you know that's something they at the end of the day it's in the back of the mind that's a good point because I remember if the the power went out and all the error in the building was gone and then the building started to fill up with smoke and they left us in there locked inside that locked inside the building like that so that's a different type of feeling now okay I can imagine if we were on the streets because if you know if somebody has the power to cut the power off someone is prone to walk out the door and locked the door behind him that's a different feeling than you locking yourself in so just having that in your mind you can help with me while we're expendable even though we didn't do anything to bring this virus into it we're susceptible to a whole bunch of other things that people are outside.
"b. f." Discussed on Power 106 FM
"What is making the same girl because we're moms on B. F. C. C. H. when is no we have one oh six like sometimes about thank you one of you want to be treated please it would be what's going yeah my the plea you may be born with them when the the U. the way we in it said the stores we cannot fix that works what is twenty twenty but forty six with another she got to like thank you call me when I'm sick any way you can control the baby right with one oh six Bob is on the way you didn't see also sure that I can sign was covered.
"b. f." Discussed on WSB-AM
"The really quick real time of day to get a local events and news events happening in Atlanta news weather traffic and the top three things you need to know with six forty six number one the search continuing for suspects to be to rob the Cobb county dead of twenty five thousand dollars it is Mableton driveway in front of his kids number two the national Boy Scouts of America filing for bankruptcy protection is the faces slew new sex abuse lawsuits and number three the rain that is likely gone off all day today hive around sixty four some dry days coming occurred malicious five the forecast just a moment W. SPD's time is six forty seven double U. S. B. F. it's a rare catching east Cobb trappers captured not only a black UT but our family was well so she was definitely not acting like a regular commuting for week Vanessa priors great Pyrenees name Ruth Bangor has had a friend playing together and jumping in the pool and just chasing each other and was very cute this is sound from a video prior took at the two playing together on top of the covered pool it looks like a co UT but not really because she's black and has a pretty bushy tail but it is Chris Mallory a biology professor berry college and co founder of the Atlanta coyote project has actually been tracking the animal called a melanistic kago de since late December when it was first spotted in Smyrna he says it's rare but not as much here in the southeast in the west for example you know we rarely see black communities elsewhere but here in the southeast it's in the gene pool he says it's friendliness with dogs may also be genetic you know this potentially gives us the opportunity to look for this gene in this animal you know we don't know for sure but you know have some suspicions that perhaps there's a the genetic basis knowing it would have a home at the yellow river sanctuary in little burned they enlisted the help of Laura shod known dog trapper with angels among us pet rescue who put cameras in Pryor's yard and found the coyote would visit rose Vader like clockwork every morning she kept the coyote here and that helped us a lot the coyote was captured within two days and shots trap in the backyard behind priors home off Carol mill in east Cobb Ruth fader she is the hero because if she hadn't been playing with the coyote we would be nowhere right now Larry says they had to get special permission from the DNR to capture it.
"b. f." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ newsradio ten thirty the governor calls it transportation climate initiative I call it a tax I also call it behavior modification I think was B. F. Skinner who came up with the concept of behavior modification and you modify people's behavior in different ways but one of the ways to modify the behavior is by putting your hand in their pocket and that's what we're talking about tonight and if you don't let everybody at the state house no I mean if you like this idea hello look I know that some of the environmental groups will love the idea and they're gonna tell the governor's greatest thing since sliced bread wonderful wonderful wonderful and they'll be some of the corporate lawyers downtown who lived out of the seaport district can walk to work they're going to pay the tax well it love it love it you have to speak up let's go to Laura in Dorchester high Laura welcome next in the ring central recycling hi not only what happened two weeks ago on the commuter rail in Natick we have rights unless the communication and people had to get off the train without even our friend them a bus the MBTA has three wheels they're not competent how in the world can the governor so this happened yesterday from north station J. F. K. pretty long ride very serious altercation to use speed not been elderly disabled man because he lit up a cigarette she and so now his head got slammed on the seat and we push the emergency button couple minutes try to north station we didn't get any response or anything pulled right into JFK it went on even at JFK at the stop for quite a while the world when an MBTA person or a police officer to wait let me and Laura hold you witnessed this beat down on the end I had to I had to five four datum sixty years old I had to hold back with the two other men so that he wouldn't kill this press mal a while she was spending all for us at the person because the disabled guy has a little bit bigger so let me let me let me it just hold on for a second let me paint the let me get out of the city got the disabled gentleman who's on on the train Emily how old is he a lot about some may be six days okay and now you're not supposed to smoke on the train we understand that but he likes up a cigarette okay and then how old were his assailants like eighteen eighteen mantel and did they say to him Hey put the cigarette out of the digest go what I couldn't hear that I was up a little bit further but I didn't see a little scuffle then it's slow down and whatever they do the DS cremated this man slammed his head and they want to continue to make them unconscious or dead I ice by the way I believe you totally but I saw nothing about this and I the newspaper has because it at all been publicized and I should have got names so they could actually have sued the MBTA style what happened was once we got to JFK this still nobody help if somebody was bleeding are there was a shooting say because the kid was tapping it shot thing had some stuck in his chest like meaning a weapon and what shell I'm gonna stab you he got he hopped off the train at JFK got back in there was still no MBTA anybody not even an ambulance I asked so I had to go out and pulled the fire alarm on the platform and then so now today obviously I'm still upset I called the MBTA police because I know the recorded you know he said to me all yeah we have that and put it down and they responded appropriately to that because you were there and you saw that there was in and out of the office so he has no out of it and I called my local rep because he's helped us in the neighborhoods here in Georgia but the thing is you are going to reply on the continent on what they've done in the past year come on what they need to put it do is put money into the system and then they want to make it preventable sounds like to me you need some police some police officers on those are all right I don't have it we live here in Dorchester the only place they have any MBTA police is that spelled station in Park Street may be like where the professionals are right this review that's those those are the stops that the beautiful people are at Laura and back thank you so much for calling and making us aware of this thank you for having the courage to do what you did yesterday and I don't know I I know that the governor sometimes listens to the show he's told me that I hope he's listening now because I doubt very much that this report ever worked his way to work its way to his desk and I called three one one two and they push me off and said that's a state issue yeah homeless people living here it's finally just cleaned up because I just kept Bonham living in the station next door I am breaking in the class that night over three year of favorite John that so they can never thanks I don't know if your regular car to do the show I don't recognize you name but please you're a good citizen keep calling the show it's important for people to hear your voice okay already taken thanks thanks for well that's a story I need the I never saw that on a newscast today I never heard on a news cast that's a pretty horrific crime when you think to eighteen year olds beating up a sixty year old with disability go to Chris in Watertown Chris welcome to Massachusetts how are you tonight you're the ring central line good are we get rid of my roommates call here and that's a good that's a good thing I just get rid of them a call and telling you call him back mac would you think of that stress a frightening story that largest told yeah yeah I'd say remember when I lived in the family years ago and and traveling on that the German Green Line but that that does sound pretty pretty horrific so so let's talk about the transportation climate initiative or as I call it the tax you good idea or a bad idea well I turned it on just before the that let from Dorchester speaking and was just thinking about it I mean I commute about the Braintree for work for about a limo company and I was always second step like three a three to midnight roughly sure but you're being an hour and a half literally to to get there from Watertown and then with no traffic half an hour to get back but there's no like the other gentleman saying public transportation like even calling from the south shore went down and and the quality is there is there we Chris if they're in Derry you could take a bus from Watertown I guess and you could go somewhere you know to park station or to enter yeah Harvard square try to catch up with the train it well yeah I mean as we it's impossible for you physically could be done it would take you probably two and a half three hours but yeah you could you could do that and you do what do you drive your own car to work at home and then you drive a limo during during your shift or do you have the edge of the limb but I'm thinking of my reading retiring after twenty years of before different little companies than planned if you saw that recent Boston magazine article with traffic stocks on the front of it well in the November issue it it does and yeah unfortunately there's a lot of people out there you would be included you know what time I come into work in the afternoon I come into the work in the afternoon two o'clock two thirty because I don't want to deal with the rush hour traffic but that's not exactly yeah and I know that that's my choice and I'm able to do some work prep for the live show every day and get ready for my production meeting with Nancy sometime around three thirty in the afternoon that's valuable time to me but I would rather be doing that than sitting in and I was with the traffic at four thirty yeah yeah I don't know how these people do it I mean I was doing it part time and it's just it's it's not worth it to me anymore I mean I I used to be ten minutes bike commute and I didn't even have to get on the highway ninety three is more like you know I called expressway I like it's in the park where one of the only thing the expressway that the hard way it's eight now is often called and has been called a distress way both expressway remember this Chris when we spend this twenty two billion dollars as we spent for the big dig in the banking is finally complete they'll never be any now the traffic problem I mean member that they told us that we should be twenty years dealing with the big dig and what's the payoff not much anyway so Chris I'm putting you down as someone who was at least skeptical if not outright opposed to the governor's idea for a transportation climate initiative all only only last comment if I may um and of the person radio journalism I wrote I remember running into you back years ago on Boylston street and I've been turned that than your competitor at W. will H. D. H. back in nineteen ninety nine the you didn't stay in the business that well I agree I agree with doing the the little part time because I was never mind the fiber and but now you know it is the traffic it's horrible I called uber and left slamming only contributed to it plus I've heard there's been roughly a two hundred thousand increase in population within route one twenty eight yeah that's true so and then turn around for more rose by means of my clients I spoke with you in a little bit urban planners and this is what it means a small city FC rather and by the way when they let like Los Angeles where you could build you know potentially hostile right but when they when they allowed uber a lift to came in and screw the taxi cab drivers which they did okay yeah all they did was put more cars on the road how was that contributing to the ozone layer well you know what to CO two and not a problem none of the politicians that I know of showed up and said Hey yeah we've been charging the taxi cab drivers three four hundred five hundred thousand dollars for half the license and now all of a sudden these over lift drivers could just show up and say here we are we're gonna do the same thing that was an abomination for the city and was even worse for the taxi cab drivers and the limo drives as well you'll wonder yeah yeah totally Chris presage call so much we'll talk soon okay keep.
"b. f." Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Readable slick markets first were only fifty three for twenty twenty five point you would see the beginning of the well I tried I have a lot of other things going on I understand and then I could be hotter and good man your office yes No one oh seven five TCL one of seven five KC it's a new year so always you know new year's resolutions top of mind and then of course every year the top one is losing weight for my number to finances work on it today give our own new year's resolution for ourself one the one thing that we really want to work on this year one now before we do that let's rewind back to twenty nineteen to see how well we did the keeping our new year's resolutions okay Katie so my new year's resolution for twenty nineteen my number one thing okay as although it does bring me great joy I'm going to not agitate chasing them as much not purpose let me pause a person now never in his but I'd be lying yeah I and this is a twenty nine eight I can help with his agitated I'm not well I know that I'm not supposed to like down people's resolution so it's really hard at it that's going to be hard but I enjoyed as well yeah so I'm one so I'm not gonna try to agitate him on purpose is my new year's resolution this year so I completely fail all right let's go I believe Katie home all right well I wish you luck all right what is yours I think that mine I'm really into this whole idea of turning over a new leaf right being more positive being kinder to people out here this fall hi you're gonna go ahead and give her right to the seven twenty nineteen so I'm gonna make my two thousand nineteen resolution to be kinder to people excluding people on the show I mean people in general I'm gonna try okay resolution I'm going to try all right well you kinder to anybody hello all I don't think so it wasn't all writing or move on to make his medicine twenty nineteen are making some at what's your new year's resolution for twenty nineteen well for twenty nineteen I feel like in the past I haven't done a good job expressing to you guys maybe how I feel or over the show motion over the top like emotional and so I do feel it because I get that complaint home to yeah yeah that's not just here that's everywhere so I'm gonna try to be more of a motional and energetic and okay and I think it's a great goal thank you R. B. F. is more pronounced yes yes and how I feel right I yelled and cheered does that yeah yeah.
"b. f." Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Your lover but he loves the infusion of cash that the G. A. B. F. brings to Denver is Colorado governor Jared Paulus at six fifty four first. Dr how's it going outside where we've been getting our problem filing up all those the sporting a we've got a very heavy drug case supports up about two to five over for group right now looking at a really heavy drive all the way into the tax at a north bound to do but your real heavy too it's not just about traffic it's about a crash that killed the lower right leg blood gore bad juju five approaching I seventy and now you're backed up solid back forward I love your drive in the checks that are heavy on south of I. twenty five forty coming down from Santa Fe nor for like twenty five heavy right around six seven through downtown at the drive a little such pretty every day you had a crash on westbound I. seventy six right at seventy four just before June seventy that's been cleared but your heavy through covered city heavier than normal that was that I seventy six drug and to set up these little bit both directions on eastbound I. seventy we've got our latest problems just pulled out eastbound I. seventy at two seventy a looks like it's blocking though center late or to it's going to be a real slow blood coming out of downtown because that gradually spell that seventy right at two seventy good news this morning I think you're better at other fourth and boulder turnpike under for church rage bulldozer bike we had that big collapse ability the end of July that is pretty much all wrapped up now well at least you've got a couple leads but each direction they re did the detours overnight for the westbound late so they're back in their original spot here's another crash of bought it right out of Parker road right at the fly over for two to five you've got well actually two different things we got a little two car crash at the ramp from Parker road north out of juju but and it looks like we got a little two car crash hopes up up you too bye that Parker that's over on the left shoulder this report was like they were bred at their give weapons of Pfaff dot that route so I do travel to check it rebel economic other records rep at the premium freshly ground freshly brewed coffee already built with a virtual push of a button but their food is it should be next updated ten minutes okay wait eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Hey it's Erin and Harley owners one donation last week I saw a sign at a car dealership that's and.
"b. f." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"b. f." Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You can because I I saw the ratings for this show and we can't afford to lose a lot of people to skin cancer we need a mall so let's so sun block you you guys out there right researchers found those who use sunscreen alone I'm more likely the target those areas yet sunscreen sunscreen sunscreen the key to life if you're going to be out and you need a sunscreen then when I would recommend is a sports sunscreen or even a stick from three Michael's on like deodorant sticks because that tends to run last doctor she also recommends wearing lip balm with SPF and hats and sunglasses why go outside that night look I shut it you're going to like a mummy farms with SPF and hats and sunglasses hard hats and sunglasses and gloves and that's B. F. and lip balm all right you know you go I look like a mummy but the most important advice is to re apply your sunscreen frequently every hour if you're going to be outdoors see I don't do that I put on the morning and I'd say that's a wrap at last be the whole day but the most important advice is to re apply your sunscreen frequently every hour if you're going to be outdoors every hour with the sun screen and if you want your kids make sure they do too yeah we get that and if you have something that looks like a people that won't go away ask your doctor to take a closer look a doctor and see your dermatologist and get your whole body checked some bears thing I thank all your clothes off in front of the dermatologist is I golf then on your back with a nickname like yours why rigidly embed yeah a big dog currency or dermatologist and get your whole body checked because things pop up put in like my grandmother with those bracelets my grandmother used to wear those metal bracelet so have like forty of minor wrist in a little tiny then ones I think as I got I don't know as an Irish thing Catholic thank and may you could hear her coming from like three miles away I haven't seen your dermatologist and get your whole body here those your whole body tax because things pop as bracelets things pop up but you know overnight.
"b. f." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"C. B. F. president to this violence and whether or not it's fair he's going to have to answer those questions the bottom line is this president has had a rhetoric on immigration can on immigrants that has been deeply divisive and this is going to be something that he is going to have to answer for what about the fact that immigration has become a very divisive issue in the country what about the reality that immigration is an issue that we have been by the media lied to about for a very long time any this is you know folks you know you got MS thirteen illegals running around killing people old chopping people's heads off cutting their hearts out I mean there's there's a lot in the immigration debate that's going to be contentious if you're really going to talk about it because people like to lie about it all the time trump is the first Republican politician to come a long long time who doesn't play by the rules of all we're just a nation of immigrants and everything that immigrants do is great and immigrants are better than native born Americans which is the standard line you get from all Democrats and most Republicans but that doesn't mean that he's responsible for the acts of some psycho path who thinks that the that the killing innocent people is is the answer to anything or something that anybody should ever do but sure enough that was A. B. C. saying yet from best answer for this your CDS yeah this is what I call them the fake news here here's CBS saying that you know trump is this guy the the shooter by the way where's all the analysis of the shooter in Dayton Ohio he was with warm supporter what why am I seeing so much less coverage of that lot of people killed their love to shop there to guy was using an A. R. fifteen crowded area police respond and kill them all as you to kill them sure dozens of not scores of people because this is that you see this happening in real time the media's preferred narrative is let's talk about the one we can tie to trump that's the important you know not the shooting in Chicago over the weekend that thinks seven were killed and something like thirty or forty were wounded that's not the shooting they wanna talk about they want to talk with the el Paso shooting focus on that one not the Dayton mass shooting shop on the twenty four hours of it within I think with actual within minutes of it for our members are certainly within hours here's CBS talking about what happened Paso in trump's connection to replace sixteen there are other things that will be looking for as the president makes remarks here number one how will he respond to those claims he is to blame for what happened and I'll pass it given what we know about the shooter's motive given the almost identical language that the the gunmen used in talking about the crisis at the border with regard to illegal immigration where was this the student Alice's of the anti for terrorists in Washington state who referred to the concentration camps the border a an incredibly provocative and an incorrect phrase not just used by because of course as with that you double down look folks we all know people use there is heated rhetoric in our politics we have very serious divisions in politics right now it is a dishonest thing for any Democrat or liberal to pretend that their site does not use incredibly divisive and destructive language on a regular basis and they don't have ninety percent of the media working together in lock step to try and promote those same ideas and push for the same the same thing so you know them but they won't they won't stop I mean they they keep pretending that these shoes trumps fault and that only people on the right say things that perhaps cross a line or that that go too far after those they will before trump is the president all right but guess what there were mass shootings will model was president far too many of them and they were mass shootings of police officers when a bomb was president Obama who gave credit to the live or was going to give support to the lie that black lives matter was a movement that.
"b. f." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mean all design is the art of manipulation it doesn't matter what type of design we're talking about we're trying to engineer people's behavior how to do a particular behavior to think a certain font to feel a certain feeling all design manipulates us and to be honest we pay for the privilege this is near a all and I basically study the intersection of psychology technology and business near actually consults for tech companies to help them create more engaging products products they're really good at holding our attention I am what you might call a behavioral designer and understand just how we get hooked your points to a series of studies conducted in the nineteen forties by the psychologist B. F. Skinner skin it is a fascinating experiments where he took these food pellets and he would give them to the kitchen and box I will try to pick out some particular pattern of behavior and every time the pigeon packed at the desk they would receive a reward a little food pellets bird is already conditioning to eat from the magazine sounds simple enough the pigeon gets a reward and Skinner very quickly realized that is long as a pigeon was hungry they would receive this food pellet and very quickly he could train them to pick the desk every time but then one day Skinner ran out of those food pellets you don't have enough and so he could only afford to give out the food pellets every once in awhile so the one time you give up the food pellet the pigeon with packages can they would receive one the next time the pigeon would pack the desk they would can stand more pressure only once every minute or something like that and when the schedule of reinforcement was variable when there was some mystery around when the pigeon receive the reward the pigeon would pack at the desk more frequently the rate of response increased the more random the reward the more the pigeon packed after this this is called a variable reward and so we see this mechanic in all sorts of things that we find most engaging most habit forming the things that capture our attention so of course online when you think about the.
"b. f." Discussed on KQED Radio
"The show today ideas around digital manipulation I mean all design is the art of manipulation it doesn't matter what type of design we're talking about we're trying to engineer people's behavior to do a particular behavior to think a certain thought to feel certain feeling all design manipulates us and to be honest we pay for the privilege this is near a all and I basically study the intersection of psychology technology and business near actually consults for tech companies to help them create more engaging products products they're really good at holding our attention I'm what you might call a behavioral designer and understand just how we get hooked your points to a series of studies conducted in the nineteen forties by the psychologist B. F. Skinner skin it is a fascinating experiments where he took these food pellets and he would give them to the pigeon and box I will try to pick out some particular pattern of behavior and every time the pigeon packed at the desk they would receive a reward a little food pellets for it is already condition to read from the magazine sounds simple enough pigeon gets a reward and Skinner very quickly realized that is long as a pigeon was hungry they would receive this food pellet and very quickly he could train them to pick the desk every time but then one day Skinner ran out of those food pellets didn't have enough and so he could only afford to give out the food pellets every once in awhile so the one time you give up the food pellet the pitching the packages can be would receive on the next time the pigeon would pack the desk they want I can't stand what press only once every minute or something like that and when the schedule of reinforcement was variable when there was some mystery around when the pigeon receive the reward the pigeon would pack at the desk more frequently the rate of response increased the more random the reward the more the pigeon packed at the desk this is called a variable reward and so we see this mechanic in all sorts of things that we find most engaging most habit forming.
"b. f." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Casey foundation it's that Ted radio hour from NPR I'm guy rise and on the show today ideas around digital manipulation I mean all design is the art of manipulation and it doesn't matter what type of design we're talking about we're trying to engineer people's behavior to do a particular behavior to think a certain font to feel certain feeling all design manipulates us and to be honest we pay for the privilege this is near a all and I basically study the intersection of psychology technology and business near actually consults for tech companies to help them create more engaging products products that are really good at holding our attention I am what you might call a behavioral designer and understand just how we get hooked your points to a series of studies conducted in the nineteen forties by the psychologist B. F. Skinner Skinner did some fast Nick's parents where he took these food pellets and he would give them to the pigeon and box I will try to pick out some particular pattern of behavior and every time the pigeon packed at the desk they would receive a reward a little food pellets bird is already condition to eat from the magazine sounds okay simple enough the pigeon gets a reward and Skinner very quickly realized that is long as a pigeon was hungry they would receive this food pellet and very quickly he could train them to pick the desk every time but then one day Skinner ran out of those food pellets you don't have enough and so he could only afford to give out the food pellets every once in awhile so the one time you give up the food pellet the pigeon attack it's a disk and they would receive one the next time the pigeon would pack the desk they would receive time or press only once every minute or something like that and when the schedule of reinforcement was variable when there was some mystery around when the pigeon receive the reward the pigeon would pack at the desk more frequently the rate of response increased the more random the reward the more the pigeon packed at the desk this is called a variable reward and so we see this mechanic in all sorts of things that we find most engaging most habit forming the things that capture our attention so of course online when you think about the Facebook news feed.
"b. f." Discussed on KQED Radio
"And on the show today ideas around digital manipulation I mean all design is the art of manipulation and it doesn't matter what type of design we're talking about we're trying to engineer people's behavior on to do a particular behavior to think a certain thought to feel a certain feeling all design manipulates us and to be honest we pay for the privilege this is near a all and I basically study the intersection of psychology technology and business near actually consults for tech companies to help them create more engaging products products they're really good at holding our attention I am what you might call a behavioral designer and understand just how we get hooked your points to a series of studies conducted in the nineteen forties by the psychologist B. F. Skinner skin it is a fascinating experiments where he took these food pellets and he would give them to the pigeon and box I will try to pick out some particular pattern of behavior and every time the pigeon packed at the desk they would receive a reward a little food pellets bird is already condition to read from the magazine sounds simple enough pigeon gets a reward and Skinner very quickly realized that is long as a pigeon was hungry they would receive this food pellet and very quickly he could train them to pick the desk every time but then one day Skinner ran out of those food pellets didn't have enough and so he could only afford to give out the food pellets every once in awhile so the one time you give up the food pellet the pitching the packages can be would receive one the next time the pigeon would pack at the desk they want action against I'm what press only once every number or something like that and when the schedule of reinforcement was very able when there was some mystery around when the pigeon receive the reward the pigeon would pack at the desk more frequently the rate of response increased the more random the reward the more the pigeon packed at the desk this is called a variable reward and so we see this mechanic in all sorts of things that we find most engaging most habit forming the things that capture our attention so of course online when you think about the Facebook news feed or the Instagram fear the linked in feeling.
"b. f." Discussed on DLC
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