negative reinforcement

negative reinforcement

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increases the frequency of the behavior. removing the negative reinforcer that reduces the frequency of the behavior is negative reinforcement and causes the behavior to increase.


it is the disappearance of a disturbing (negative) situation or stimulus after a behavior. that is, removing the negative reinforcer from the environment. it's the reinforcer that makes you say ohhh bee. e.g; the window is open and it is very noisy outside, you are studying. in this case, you will be uncomfortable and close the window and say oh my.


it is the event of removing the stimulus that will reveal the wrong behavior and done to improve the right behavior. although it is mostly used in special education, our teachers especially need to use it in every field. let's prepare the reinforcers, teacher. :)


reinforcing behavior by removing a disturbing stimulus upon the emergence of a desired behavior. for example, when you stop squeezing the balls of the child who reads the national anthem backwards, you will have negative reinforcement. taking away the game console so that the child can do his homework will be penalized.


you, the more, the past, the past...


negative reinforcement reinforces a response or behavior, but occurs when the negative, impulsive event that results from that behavior is removed.


removing the bad stimulant from the environment. negative reinforcement is not negative but positive for the individual. it should not be confused with the second type of punishment. because while negative stimulus is removed in negative reinforcement, positive stimulus is removed in second type of punishment.


are stimuli that reduce the frequency of the behavior. disturbs the organism. can be physical or verbal. jokingly tapping the ear of a child who insists on misbehaving is physical; saying "be human" wasted sperm are examples of verbal negative reinforcement.

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