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Employing Access to the Computer as a Reinforcer for Secondary Students
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Behavioral Disorders Volume 11, Number 1, ISSN 0198-7429

Abstract

The case study illustrates the use of access to computers as a positive reinforcer to increase appropriate social behaviors in a group of five secondary-level disabled students. The advantages of computers as reinforcers are discussed. (Author/CL)

Citation

Salend, S.J. & Santora, D. (1985). Employing Access to the Computer as a Reinforcer for Secondary Students. Behavioral Disorders, 11(1), 30-34. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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