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Department
Kinesiology
Course
Kinesiology 1088A/B
Professor
Bob La Rose
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 3REINFORCEMENTDefinition any personal interaction evaluative comments or reactions that will increase the occurrence or strength of a behaviour or performancePositive reinforcement introduction of something positive that increases or maintains a responseNegative reinforcement Removal of something noxious that increases or maintains a responsePunishment Any interaction that decreases the strength of a behaviourMaximizing the use of punishmentif usedConsistencypunish everyone the same for the same misdemeanour like the star player and the rookie should receive the same punishment who ever comes late to practice doesnt startPunish the behaviour not the personAllow input into what is the punishmentDont use physical activity as punishment makes exercise something negativeImpose punishment impersonally dont make it personalMake sure the punishment isnt perceived as reward or attention sometimes bad behaviour is used as a way to draw attentionDont punish errors and mistakes during play should not be based o
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