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    2301.WS2 Asgn. – Reinforcement Positive Reinforcement Positive reinforcement is the presentation of something that causes and encourages a given response, so that the response will happen more often. Example: Professor Smith realized that the online class’ exam average increased after she made videos of her in class lecture exam reviews available. She continued to post lecture videos for each exam review. Negative Reinforcement Negative reinforcement is the removal of something that causes and encourages a given response, so that the response will happen more often. Example: While babysitting for the Miller family, Carlie noticed that when she turned off the television at 8pm to study,…

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    I would suggest that the future teacher use positive reinforcement. New behaviors require immediate and continuous reinforcement to be learned and maintained. For example, to reinforce a child who is cleaning up the block area, which to him appears to have about a million blocks spread all over the floor, ask the child to put five blocks on the shelf, and then praise her. Don 't wait until the entire job is completed. Instructional supports to support Timothy in the future are; Provide…

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    used today is the token economy. Another popular way to control a child’s behavior is putting them in time-out. Is punishment better than a reinforcement? A psychologist has a lot to say about time-out. Reinforcements and time-outs are almost complete opposite of each other. Punishments try to get a behavior to not happen again. While reinforcements are trying to encourage the behavior to happen again. They both deal with behavior and are ways to either keep that behavior or change it. They both…

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    allowed for all students. Students who exhibit undesirable behavior must be influenced and changed by reinforcing closer approximations of the wanted behavior until the desired behavior is performed. More successful teachers at classroom management maintain clear and appropriate boundaries and “provide an environment where rewards flow” (Positive Reinforcement in the classroom, 2012). If this specific behavioral strategy is accessible, it can be used across the student population even with…

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    I could definitely say that I have experienced these different types of punishments and reinforcements at least once in my life. Starting off with the positive reinforcement in a very simple experience regarding pets, now I do not own a pet myself but this is coming from past experiences. I once saw a friend of mine trying to teach his new dog to sit and obviously the dog wouldn’t simply sit, so my friend brought him a treat in which he rewarded him whenever the dog would sit down. Now sure the…

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    Reinforcements in horse training can be either giving the horse something it likes i.e. positive reinforcement, or removing something it does not like i.e. negative reinforcement. Both positive and negative allows for a connection between a specific stimulus and the desired response, so that when the specific stimulus is presented again there is a greater chance of the horse’s making the correct response according to Tarpy. Like stimuli, reinforcements can be either natural or learned. Trainers…

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    Negative reinforcement expands the likelihood of a response that eliminates or avoids an aversive condition. Furthermore, this form of reinforcement transpires when something already existing is removed as a consequence of an individual's behavior, fashioning a positive result for that individual. Negative means taking away something that an individual does not like, rather than adding something the individual likes. In this way, negative reinforcement is based on the decrease of something…

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    Positive reinforcement used with children of disorders Reinforcement is used by a child 's elders to show the child the desired behavior. Positive reinforcement is a way to reward the child for proper behavior, while still teaching them how to act. Positive reinforcement avoids using punishment, yelling, degradation (Boyd & Bee, 2009). Reinforcement has been around for years and has been used around the world by generations of parents. It is a familiar term in modern society. There are many…

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    Schedule of Reinforcement and Extinction Reinforcement is very important for the shaping the behavior and some responses because leads less variable of the unrelated behavior and responses. However, the shaped behavior and responses are affected by the extinction because some of behavior and responses are not working without the reinforcement. In this experiment, we focused on how the schedule of reinforcement made some effects to the response during reinforcement and extinction phase. The…

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    In my college Algebra class, every test we have we are rewarded with five bonus points added onto our test grade if we have not missed class more than two or three times. This positive reinforcement has made me want to be present everyday for class because I know I will get the five bonus points if I do not miss this class. However, if you do miss class more than two or three classes you will not receive the five bonus points on the test. Positive reinforcement is a principle of operant…

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