Life Positively Reinforced

In operant conditioning, reinforcement occurs when an event following a response causes an increase in the probability of that response occurring in the future. Response strength can be assessed by measures such as the frequency with which the response is made (for example, a pigeon may peck a key more times in the session), or the speed with which it is made (for example, a rat may run a maze faster). The environment change contingent upon the response is called a reinforcer. wiki

Why it works  click here

A tutorial click here

Positive exercises click here

Positive Reinforcements for your kids  click here

Positive Reinforcements for your dog click here

Positive Reinforcements for your cat click here

Skinner on Reinforcement

A Cool Behavior Management Training Video .


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