VR5Variable Region 5
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These results maintained as the schedule of reinforcement for compliance was thinned from an FR1 to a VR5 schedule.
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purchasers, local authorities, educational institutions) VR Resourcing VR1 Develop and maintain workforce planning to support current and future requirements VR2 Recruit and select people into the organization VR3 Optimize the deployment of staff within the organization VR4 Identify individual potential to develop and meet future resourcing requirements VR5 Release people from the organization (e.g.
At least, that's what we surmise from the presence of Baldwin lookalike Michael Easton (late of the sci-fi shows "Two" and "VR5").
The Bora uses the same platform as the latest Golf and will be offered with a choice of five engines: a 1.6-litre 100 bhp unit from the Golf, a pair of diesels, a 2.3-litre VR5 and a range-topping 204 bhp 3-litre VR6.
Lalli and Casey (1996) found that when problem behavior and task compliance both resulted in equal schedules of negative reinforcement, task compliance was the selected response when praise was provided on an FR1 schedule of reinforcement during the work activity and problem behavior produced praise on a VR5 schedule of reinforcement.
Although there has been debate about whether FR or VR schedules are a more suitable analogue, it has been the proposition of the consumer behavior analysis research program that FR schedules represent a consumer's choice in a 1-week period (the prices are fixed within the shopping trip) while VR schedules represent an aggregation across shopping trips (as prices will vary between weeks), and hence the terms VR3 (across 3 weeks) and VR5 (across 5 weeks) have been used to describe particular integrations of the data in ways analogous to the schedules employed in the experimental analysis of behavior (Foxall & James, 2001; see also Foxall, Oliveira-Castro, & Schrezenmaier, 2004; Foxall, Oliveira-Castro, Schrezenmaier, & James, 2007).