Name Professor Course Date Structure of a Typical Operant Conditioning Chamber The exterior measurements of a Typical Operant Chamber are 56cm long by 33cm wide by 41cm high. The chamber is composed of various elements all of which are positioned according to the chambers standard measurement requirements. The exterior shell of the chamber is covered by fan that is crucial in the aeration of the chamber. Works Cited Sakagami Takayuki and Kennon A. Lattal. “The other shoe: an early operant conditioning chamber for pigeons.” The Behavior Analyst 39.1 (2016): 25-39. Asano Toshio and Kennon A. Lattal. “A missing link in the evolution of the cumulative recorder.” Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 98.2 (2012): 227-241.
I need apparatus section of my lab paper.It needs to be a detailed explanation for measurement of lab “one standard operant condition camber” that is typically used for bird experiments for my lab assignment. Reading must give the visualization, sentenced must flow while explaining the chambers measurements. Needed sections are below please only accept this assignment if you are familiar with the lab operant chambers.
o Width, length, and height of operant chamber
o Description of base of the chamber
o Amount of elevation of the wire-mesh floor of the chamber, above the base.
o Materials which make up the chamber
o Material covering the edges, and front and back walls of the chamber
o Where the response key and food hopper are located (on which wall)
o Where the response key and food hopper are located with respect to the wire-mesh floor.
o Where the participant can view the computer monitor, which projected the stimuli
o What the response key is made out of, its width and length in centimeters
o Where the response key is located with respect to the right edge (how far from the right edge)
o The dimensions of the opening in which food was accessed
o The location of the opening in which food was accessed (where it is in the wall, and where is it with respect to the response key)
o The dimensions of the chamber in which the smaller chamber is enclosed in.
o What the chamber contained to mask extraneous sounds
o The dimensions of the window
o The location of the window
o The function of the window (for the experimenters)
o The location of the light and when it was turned on
o Any material used to bring air in and out of the chamber
o What else was in the room in which the chamber was located