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Volume 3: 36 min.


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Reinforcement:

Reinforcement is the process by which the strength of a behavior is increased as a result of some consequence(s) to that behavior.  In many cases, when a consistent and immediate preferred consequence is provided following the occurrence of some behavior, the strength of that behavior (i.e., frequency, intensity, duration) will increase.  The concept of reinforcement is a critical one for children with autism because motivation is an important element in skill building.  In this module, the concept of reinforcement will be introduced, defined, and modeled.  Additionally, viewers will learn strategies to assess new and changing reinforcers, as well as procedures to use that reinforcement to affect a range of behaviors (i.e., language, social, cognitive, etc.).


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