How to Use Differential Reinforcement to Change Behavior - 28549

Behavior change using principles of applied behavior analysis can be done with non-punishment procedures using differential reinforcement. Differential reinforcement is defined as reinforcing a specific class of behavior while withholding reinforcement for other classes of behavior. Differential Reinforcement schedules of Incompatible, Alternative/Other, and High/Low rates of behavior will be discussed heavily in this training. The training will require participants to work with a student to implement a differential reinforcement procedure between day one and two of the workshop. Participants can expect 3 hours of work outside of the face-to-face session. Participants should also plan to attend one video conference. CPEs reflect face-to-face AND homework hours.
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