This video document was shot early in the training of sex slave SLRN #525-871-465.
Skinner – Operant Conditioning applied here as a fundamental principle in the classical BDSM Master⁄slave concubine. Though not his intent, this theory was first described by B. F. Skinner 1938, an American psychologist. It Involves applying reinforcement or punishment after a behavior and focuses on strengthening or weakening voluntary behaviors. Here applied by training the slave, the sex slave training has this foundational conditioning concept as a corner stone in discipline and the removal of previous self identity.
-How Operant Conditioning Works
Operant (or instrumental) conditioning focuses on using either reinforcement or punishment to increase or decrease a behavior. Through this process, an association is formed between the behavior and the consequences for that behavior. For example, imagine that a trainer is trying to teach a dog to fetch a ball. When the dog successful chases and picks up the ball, the dog receives praise as a reward. When the animal fails to retrieve the ball, the trainer withholds the praise. Eventually, the dog forms an association between his behavior of fetching the ball and receiving the desired reward.
-Some key concepts in operant conditioning
Reinforcement is any event that strengthens or increases the behavior it follows.
-There are two kinds of reinforcers:
Positive reinforcers are favorable events or outcomes that are presented after the behavior. In situations that reflect positive reinforcement, a response or behavior is strengthened by the addition of something, such as praise or a direct reward.
Negative reinforcers involve the removal of an unfavorable events or outcomes after the display of a behavior. In these situations, a response is strengthened by the removal of something considered unpleasant.
In both of these cases of reinforcement, the behavior increases.
Punishment, on the other hand, is the presentation of an adverse event or outcome that causes a decrease in the behavior it follows.
-There are two kinds of punishment:
Positive punishment, sometimes referred to as punishment by application, involves the presentation of an unfavorable event or outcome in order to weaken the response it follows.
Negative punishment, also known as punishment by removal, occurs when an favorable event or outcome is removed after a behavior occurs.
This document was shot early in the training of sex slave SLRN #525-871-465.
My aim is to educate by publishing this and the many other documents along with my work in videography from Extreme Productions LLC through the studios of SensualPain.com to further justify that an established BDSM Master⁄slave dynamic can be more real than most existing marriage by law could ever be. See for yourself! – Master James
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