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    • Reinforces and Punishments By Brian Bodine
    • Reinforcement A process in which a stimulus increases the probability that a preceding behavior will be repeated.
    • Types of ReinforcementPositive ReinforcementAn example would be when your parents buy you something for doing your chores.
    • Examples of ReinforcementPositive ReinforcementAn example would be when your parentsbuy you something for doing your chores.Negative ReinforcementAn example would be While sitting in churchYou fall asleep or read a comic book.
    • Punishment A stimulus that decreases the probability that a previous behavior will occur again.
    • Positive Punishment A type of punishment that weakens a response trough unpleasant actions.Example would be if you were late for practice and having to run after practice.
    • Negative PunishmentType of punishment when something pleasant is taken away.Taking your sons cell phone away for making a bad grade.
    • Sources http://www.psycology.uiowa.edu http://thefreedictionary.com/reinforces http://search.babylon.com/?s=img&babsrc=N T_ss&rlz=0&q=punishment&start=12