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Educational Technology

1971 Volume 11, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 15

  1. Introduction: Contingency Management Issue

    Mark L. Berman

    pp. 7-10

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  2. Antecedents of Contingency Management

    Donald T. Tosti & John G. Loehr

    The authors describe some of the events preceding and supporting the beginning development of contingency management" and explain some of the applications of contingency management. (Authors/AA) More

    pp. 11-14

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  3. Classroom Token Systems as Technology

    Don Bushell & Thomas A. Brigham

    The authors explain the use of tokens in improving childrens' motivation, productivity and the quality of their work in the classroom. (AA) More

    pp. 14-17

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  4. Contingency Management in University Courses

    Kenneth E. Lloyd

    The author summarizes the characteristics of contingency management systems in university classes, briefly describes one such system and discusses decisions that must be made by instructors who... More

    pp. 18-23

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  5. The Effective Use of Punishment to Modify Behavior in the Classroom

    R Vance Hall

    pp. 24-26

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  6. Doing Your Own Thing with Precision: The Essence of Behavior Management in the Classroom

    Joseph Zimmerman

    The authors describe the organization and implementation of a workshop in behavior management for elementary school teachers and describe some representative projects that can be readily conducted ... More

    pp. 26-32

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  7. Training Teachers in Classroom Use of Contingency Management

    R Vance Hall

    pp. 33-38

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  8. Knowledge of Results and Other Possible Reinforcers in Self-Instructional Systems

    George L. Geis & Reuben Chapman

    This article briefly discusses some potential reinforcers for self-instructional systems and then provides a detailed review of the literature relevant to one of them: knowledge of results."... More

    pp. 38-51

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  9. Contingency Management in a Correctional Institution

    John M. McKee

    The individually prescribed instruction (IPI) system in use at Draper Correctional Center was studied. The IPI system for basic education involves five operations: (1) establishing the learning... More

    pp. 51-4

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  10. The Systematic Use of Contingencies in Classes for Children with Academic and Social Response Deficits

    Norris G. Haring

    A brief look at the use of behavior management techniques in a class for retarded children and in a regular classroom. (AA) More

    pp. 54-58

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  11. The Management of Consequent Events in Speech Therapy

    Donald E. Mowrer

    pp. 58-61

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  12. Identifying Reinforcers and Contingencies: An Anthropologist's Viewpoint

    J A. Jones

    pp. 62-65

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  13. Contingency Management and the Design of Learning Environments

    C Glenn Valentine

    The author presents some background material on the definition and theory of contingency management, explains how and where contingency management fits into the process of programming instruction"... More

    pp. 66-68

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  14. Contingency Management and Educational Technology

    Jerome P. Lysaught

    pp. 69-71

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  15. Contingency Management Research

    J S. Birnbrauer

    The author enumerates some criticisms of contingency management research that have been raised and reviews some studies of contingency management in order to clarify the strategy and tactics being... More

    pp. 71-77

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