How to Select Reinforcers
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How to Select Reinforcers by Hall, R. Vance

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Published by H & H Enterprises .
Written in English

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ISBN 100890790523
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Reinforcement schedules are typically programed automatically, and animals are exposed to a given procedure for a protracted period. Because of the automatic scheduling of events by clocks and counters, animals exposed to reinforcement schedules have many opportunities to come under the control of temporal regularities of various sorts. “Contrived reinforcers are events that are provided by someone for the purpose of modifying behavior.”–Paul Chance, Learning and Behavior, 7th Edition, ” In the context of his book, Chance’s use of “contrived” is taken as “purposeful”. In fact, “purposeful” is in his definition. They are secondary reinforcers, which are more powerful than primary reinforcers. They are less susceptible to satiation because they can be exchanged for a wide variety of other reinforcers. Ms. Franklin conducted a survey with her class to identify stimuli that might serve as reinforcers. • Work to replace primary reinforcers with secondary reinforces. • As much as possible, let student select reinforcers • Assign reinforcer to specific tasks or behaviors (not one for the enre day). • Watch for signs of saaon and change reinforcers as Size: KB.

Planning Sheet 5: Selecting Reinforcers and Designing a Token Economy – See Module 9; you will want to select an antecedent manipulation such as removing the stimulus for the undesired behavior. It may also be that this game is particularly rewarding for you and so you need to modify the consequences. at the back of this book. LRBI Checklist Positive Reinforcement Nondefinition Definition Things to Do S elect and define a behavior to increase. C hoose reinforcers. D reinforcement. M performance. Positive Reinforcement P ositive reinforcement is a procedure whereby a student, contingent upon performing a spe-cific behavior, is immediately rewarded to maintainFile Size: KB. Reinforcers can generally be split into two categories: natural reinforcers (primary reinforcers): that need no previous experience to be reinforcing; such as food, security, using instinctive behaviours, and learned or associated reinforcers (secondary reinforcers); such as a clicker, a “good boy”, retrieving a ball. (Chasing the ball is a primary reinforcer, using an instinctive or. They also are secondary reinforcers. Sometimes, instead of stickers on a sticker chart, a token is used. Tokens, which are also secondary reinforcers, can then be traded in for rewards and prizes. Entire behavior management systems, known as token economies, are built around the use of these kinds of token reinforcers.