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Resource: Rewards, Punishments, or Threats?
This article discusses the positive results of focusing on rewarding good behavior rather than punishing bad behavior. we may encourage good behavior now and then, but bad behavior usually gets most of the attention
Resource: Raising Good Kids in Tough Times: Give a Nice Day
Correcting rather than punishing bad behavior. Physical punishments or even the less severe ones such as being sent to your room, can be subtle but they provide little information to the child. The punishment says what was wrong but nothing about what is…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 31-48 (2010). MORALITY:…
Half a century ago, Elizabeth Anscombe reminded us that we of the West think of morality as a kind of law-viz., a moral law. As originally conceived, this law consisted of heavenly commands delivered to a favored clan and known only by the privileged few …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 149-151 (2010). SIDMAN O…
There is no way to overstate the importance of Murray Sidman's contributions to applied behavior analysis. This series of Remarks represents just a few of those. I'd like to take this opportunity to restate some of Sidman’s (1977) comments on aversive c…
Item: Don't Shoot the Dog! Revised Edition
Don't Shoot the Dog! By Karen PryorKaren Pryor's clear and entertaining explanation of behavioral training methods made Don't Shoot the Dog! A bestselling classic. Now this revised edition presents more of her insights into animal-and human-behavior. A gr…
Item: Getting Started:Clicker Training for Dogs
Getting Started: Clicker Training for DogsKaren Pryor's clicker training is the most compelling demonstration of dog training that I have ever seen. No dog should go without this information. Nicholas Dodman, D.V.M., The Dog Who Loved Too Much Through …
Item: The Revealed Operant
The Revealed Operant by Francis Mechner An operant is a revealed operant (rO) if it is specified as a sequence of more than two recorded sub-operants. The first and last sub-operants must be made on different manipulanda. An rO differs from traditional…
Item: Coercion and Its Fallout
Coercion and Its Fallout, Revised EditionBy Murray SidmanDo you use Coercion? No? When you have finished this book, you are going to be very surprised; you are going to know some things about yourself that you never knew before.We use coercion almost excl…
Item: Achieving Educational Excellence 1Behavior Analysis for S…
Achieving Educational Excellence 1: Behavior Analysis for School Personnel by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff & G. Roy Mayer.Originally published as Achieving Educational Excellence: Using Behavioral Strategies in 1986, this book has been reprinted by the auth…
Item: Enjoy Successful Parenting: Practical Strategies for Pare…
Enjoy Successful Parenting: Practical Strategies for Parents of Children 2-12 by Roger W. McIntire Here's the help parents need to stay calm, confident, and in control as they encounter the daily stresses and turmoil of raising young children. This book…
Item: Living with Children:New Methods for Parents and Teachers
Living with Children: New Methods for Parents and Teachers by Gerald R. Patterson Living with Children is an easy-to-understand book that shows how children learn behavior and how they actually train adults to behave. It helps parents learn when, where…
Item: Parents Are Teachers:A Child Management Program
Parents Are Teachers: A Child Management Program by Wesley C. Becker This book provides an extremely effective and easy-to-understand child management program. It stresses the importance of using clear instructions and positive consequences in teaching…
Item: Teenagers and Parents:Ten Steps for a Better Relationship
Teenagers and Parents:Ten Steps for a Better Relationship by Roger W. McIntire Avoid the slammed doors and sulks. This sensible, practical, and readable guide for parents of teenagers offers friendly, usable advice on every page. Ten well-illustrated s…
Item: Coercion and Its Fallout - ePUB Format
Coercion and Its Fallout, Revised Edition By Murray Sidman Do you use Coercion? No? When you have finished this book, you are going to be very surprised; you are going to know some things about yourself that you never knew before. We use coercion almost…
Item: Life's a PIC/NIC ...when you understand behavior
Written from the authors’ decades of experience, LIFE’S A PIC/NIC® …when you understand behavior shows how to bring out the best in people through the application of the optimistic science of behavior and its dem…
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