Evaluation of the high-probability instruction sequence with and without programmed reinforcementJournal of Applied Behavior Analysis
AbstractWe assessed the effects of reinforcement and no reinforcement for compliance to high-probability (high-p) instructions on compliance to low-probability (low-p) instructions using a reversal design. For both participants, compliance with the low-p instruction increased only when compliance with high-p instructions was followed by reinforcement. These results suggest that providing reinforcement for high-p instructions may result in increased compliance to low-p instructions.
Citation InformationCarlos A. Zuluaga and Matthew P. Normand. "Evaluation of the high-probability instruction sequence with and without programmed reinforcement" Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis Vol. 41 Iss. 3 (2008) p. 453 - 457 ISSN: 0021-8855
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