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The theory behind differential reinforcement is that people tend to repeat behaviors that are reinforced or rewarded and are less likely to continue behaviors that aren’t reinforced. Differential reinforcement consists of two components: Reinforcing the appropriate behavior. Withholding reinforcement of the inappropriate behavior.What is differential reinforcement?
Differential reinforcement is a strategy used in applied behavior analysis (ABA) to address challenging or undesirable behavior, usually in children. While there are a number of techniques used in differential reinforcement, the goal is always the same: to encourage appropriate behavior by giving or withholding reinforcement.What is reinforcement ABA?
Reinforcement is the backbone of the entire field of applied behavior analysis (ABA).. ABA is built on B.F. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning: the idea that behavior can be taught by controlling the consequences to actions. The primary way that the teaching is performed is through the use of reinforcement to either increase or decrease the likelihood of a certain behavior occurring ...