- Differential reinforcement of paced responding (DRP) : Differential reinforcement of paced responding (DRP) refers to a schedule in which reinforcement is contingent upon emitting a series of responses at a set rate - or, more generally, reinforcement is provided for responding neither too fast nor too slow.

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