Relative Effectiveness of Episodic and Conjugate Reinforcement on Child Operant Learning


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In this research synthesis, episodic reinforcement is shown to be relatively more effective than conjugate reinforcement in producing an operationally defined level of operant learning. The article describes the types of reinforcement best suited for promoting contingency awareness and mastery. 15 Pages

Authors: Carl J. Dunst, Andrea J. Storck, Melanie D. Hutto, Donna Snyder
Published: 2006