Makes the controversial argument that reinforcement is a real and valuable force in human behavior.For example, a child in the conventional uses group would be shown a paper clip and asked to give the usual use for a paper clip, ... But all answers that indicated a creative use, such as awear it as an earring, a apick a lock, aor ause it as a mousea#39;s antenna, a ... The children are then asked to make pictures using the circles, and told that they can make other faces (conventional behavior) or other drawings.
|Title||:||Power of Reinforcement, The|
|Author||:||Stephen Ray Flora|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 2012-02-01|