Changing Children's Behavior

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Suggests effective methods of reinforcing existing behavior, developing and maintaining new conduct, stopping inappropriate behavior, and modifying emotional behavior

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Reinforcement 5 How to Make Reinforcement Effective
Correcting Common Misconceptions about Reinforcement
Developing New Behavior

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About the author (1972)

Professor of Education and Psychology at Stanford University, is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has received the prestigious Leona Tyler Award in Counseling Psychology from the American Psychological Association (1990), the Distinguished Professional Contributions to Knowledge Award from the American Psychological Association (2002), and designation as one of only five "Living Legends in Counseling" by the American Counseling Association (2002).

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