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This video discusses the concept of desligamiento functional, or the ability of an organism to react relatively and progressively independently of the physical and chemical properties of the surrounding environment. The video defines the five levels of desligamiento functional, with examples, and explains the importance of this concept in mediational selection theory.

  • 00:00:00 This video explains the basics of ínterconductual theory. Many people think they already know it, but may not be exactly sure what it is they're discussing when they read readings on the theory of behavior. This video explains some specific terms and concepts in ínterconductual theory, hoping to provide a dictionary ofglossary for easier understanding. The ínterconductual theory and things that come from it (such as the theory of behavior) are explained in alphabetical order, with examples of each term. First, the definition of behavior is explained, and then the concept of contingency is introduced. This is followed by a list of terms related to contingency, including occurrence and functional dependency.
  • 00:05:00 The classic conditioning paradigm is a classic in the field of psychology. The paradigm presents a particular stimulus as a neutral stimulus, followed by a response. The paradigm is classical in that it first presents a stimulus that is particular to us. This stimulus is then neutral, and only later in time does the after-effect occur. In terms of psychological interaction, all elements of the structural contingent interact simultaneously. However, when the analysis is in temporal terms, the first moment happens first and then food is presented. There is then a contingent occurrence of events with respect to this food, but it is important to note that there are also function and dependency events, which give meaning to the psychological function that structure a particular behavior. The light is contingently related to food, but it is not an occurrence but rather how it functions in the same way as the unconditional response when we are talking about food and the response unconditionally given as a reference is the amount of saliva that is produced or given. Then, that response is contingently functional, meaning that it is related to the presentation of the light in a structured way, giving it meaning to the psychological interaction. The next term is criterion of adjustment, which is demand conductual in this case. It means that every situation has certain components
  • 00:10:00 The following is a transcript excerpt of a video titled "Breve diccionario Interconductual" followed by a 1-paragraph summary of the five levels of desligamiento functional. The video covers the concept of desligamiento functional, which is a key part of Dr. Roberto Assis' theory of mediational selection. Each level of desligamiento functional is defined with a real-world example, and the video ends with a discussion of the concept's importance in mediational selection theory. Desligamiento functional refers to the ability of an organism to react relatively and progressively independently of the physical and chemical properties of the surrounding environment. At the most basic level, this degree of detachment can be understood relatively easily—just think of how we're able to jump across a gap by overriding the physical and chemical properties of the ground we're standing on. There are five levels of desligamiento functional, each with its own set of benefits and drawbacks. The most basic level is contextual supplemental selector substitution, which refers to the ability of an organism to interact with stimuli present in the current situation, but not necessarily stimuli present in the surrounding environment. This level of detachment is necessary for basic survival,
  • 00:15:00 In this video, we discuss behavioral approaches to Interaction. One key focus is on particularities of each behavior and what it refers to. However, while all of this should be perfectly clear, one thing that is still not perfectly understood is the concept of "extension" when referring to speaking about detachment. We then move on to discuss functional levels of desligamment, and introduce the concepts of functional behavior and the five different levels of functional desligamment proposed by IBEX and López in 1985. Finally, we talk about the mediating medium and how it is necessary for interaction to take place. If any of these conditions are not met, interaction cannot take place.

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