Function: The Skinner box is a laboratory equipment used in experimental psychology and its functioning is based on visual, auditory and olfactory stimuli, which elicit an operant behavior, based on three procedures: reinforcement, punishment and extinction.
> Up to 254 Skinner boxes simultaneously monitored.
> Easy cabling system.
> Communication with the computer via Ethernet, allowing remote access to the equipment at any research site, including via the Internet.
> No need to use external interface for computer communication.
> Bold design with unique technology in the market.
> 1st Box of Computerized Skinner of Brazil.
Features of Monitoring Software (sold separately).
> Possibility of open programming of reinforcement schemes.
> Creation of multiple protocols to meet the user's research needs, with possibility of direct programming of the following schemes: continuous reinforcement, fixed ratio, variable ratio, progressive ratio, fixed interval, variable interval, multi-protocols and creation of new protocols.
> Multi-Event Inputs and Multi-Output Stimuli.
> Configurable report allowing the user to select data fields to be printed.
> Exportable file for Word, Excel, Text files or PDF.
> Simultaneous management of Skinner B