Presumed reinforcers can often be ineffective, and some reinforcers can stigmatize the person due to age inappropriateness, setting unacceptability, or issues with availability. Use this six-page checklist that covers ten key domains of potential reinforcers, including social, personal, and and a variety of tangible primary and secondary reinforcers to survey each learner’s reinforcement preferences. Allows the user to rate expected level of effectiveness of each.
Excellent way for teachers, trainers, job coaches, supervisors, parents, vocational counselors, and others to plan effective training and behavioral change by using the most effective and appropriate reinforcement.
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