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Provision of positive/desirable consequences for behaviors or their absence that reduce the occurrence of an undesirable behavior. Reinforcement provided: a) when the learner is engaging in a specific desired behavior other than the inappropriate behavior (DRA), b) when the learner is engaging in a behavior that is physically impossible to do while exhibiting the inappropriate behavior (DRI), or c) when the learner is not engaging in the interfering behavior (DRO).
- Define differential reinforcement and the 4 types of DR
- Identify the steps for implementing differential reinforcement
- Locate resources for training, implementation checklists, and data collection
the Autism Circuit Team