rules: put your music device on shuffle then write down the first 10 songs that pop up.
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- Icct Hedral (Edit) - Aphex Twin
- Half State - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
- Vengeance - Hans Zimmer
- Runite Castles - Black Moth Super Rainbow
- Do You Think There’s a Heaven -…
Paper Trails - Darkside
Thrills - LCD Soundsystem
Boyzone - Liars
Ene Soda - OOIOO
Berlin 8mm Deep - Baltic Fleet
Martin Rev - Maserati
Watching You Without Me - Kate Bush
Die Life - The Soft Moon
Vanilla Minus - Gold Panda
The Grip - Tangerine Dream
My spotify library is typical.
A discriminative stimulus—a learned signal—can be anything, absolutely anything, that the subject is capable of perceiving. Flags, lights, words, touch, vibration, popping champagne corks—it simply doesn’t matter what kind of signal you use. As long as the subject can sense it, the signal can be used to cause learned behavior to occur.
Traditional trainers often fail to realize that their signals are mere conventions. Once at a boarding stables I was working with a young horse on a lead line, teaching it “Walk!” as a command. The trainer at the stables looked on with disgust and finally said, “You can’t do it that way—horses don’t understand ‘Walk’; you have to say ‘Tch, tch’!” Taking the rope from my hand he said, “Tch, tch,” and popped the colt on the rump with the loose rope end, which naturally made the horse start forward. “See?” he said, point proved.
written by Don’t Shoot the Dog, Karen Pryor (via unhappyhorses)