Discovering reinforcers (TEFC)

United States, 1979

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Episode of Series “Effective Behavioural Programming”.
Tape 1 : The use of reinforcers in the classroom is the key to motivating students. Reinforcers are events that follow a response and increase the probability that the response will occur again. Retarded people have fewer reinforcers. It is important for a teacher to discover appropriate reinforcers for the particular class NB. This tape is on 525 line NTSC.

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director

John Socha

production company

Macomb Community College Instructional Television

Duration

00:41:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1979

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Effective Behavioural Programming

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Effective Behavioural Programming

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