The use of reward systems to attempt to change behaviors.
The techniques used to change behavior by applying principles of reinforcement learning.
The use of basic learning techniques, such as conditioning, biofeedback, reinforcement, or aversion therapy, to alter human behavior. See also: Treatment
A technique to promote changes in behavior in a positive way.
the application of the principles of operant conditioning to change maladaptive behaviors. 526
A technique intended to change behavior by rewarding desirable actions and ignoring or "negatively rewarding" undesirable actions.
Principles of operant conditioning are used to reinforce desired behaviors and ignore or punish unwanted behaviors. go to glossary index
A conscious attempt to change or eliminate an individual's undesirable behavior by specifying expected behavior and reinforcing and rewarding desired behavior.
Change of behavior by the manipulation of cues and environment factors that trigger behaviors.
Method of treatment used to help children change behaviors by rewarding desired behaviors and establishing consequences for undesirable ones.
The altering of a behavioral pattern.
An attempt to change behavior by manipulating rewards and punishment. [10
psychotherapy that seeks to extinguish or inhibit abnormal or maladaptive behavior by reinforcing desired behavior and extinguishing undesired behavior
The use of basic learning techniques, such as conditioning, biofeedback, reinforcement, or aversion therapy, to alter human behavior. Back to the top
A method of teaching and/or treatment designed to change behavior in a precisely measurable and accountable manner using stimulus response and reinforcement procedures.
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the process which creates a change in the stimulus/response pattern.
A process used in effort to change a behavior. Typically used in children to re-direct an unacceptable behavior to a more suitable one.
The change in the knowledge, skills, or attitude of an individual which occurs as the result of a planned set and schedule of reinforcements.
a technique intended to change behavior by both successively rewarding desirable actions combined with ignoring undesirable behavior, in order to produce a specific behavioral change.
A technique of changing human behavior based on the theory of operant behavior and conditioning. Careful observation of events preceding and following the behavior in question is required. The environment is manipulated to reinforce the desired responses, thereby bringing about the desired change in behavior.
The use of rewards or punishments to reduce or eliminate problematic behavior, or to teach individuals new responses.
When rewards are used to reinforce and encourage positive behavior.
Change in personal habits through repetition of desired behaviors. Most spas incorporate behavior modification into their weight loss programs.
A program to change harmful habits; in weight loss, this may involve learning new ways to determine when, what and how much to eat.
Changing behavior through the systematic application of the methods and experimental findings of behavioral science.
term used to describe the change or transformation of a person's activities and/or conduct. This method is often used with the Reward System.
The use of basic learning techniques, such as conditioning, biofeedback, reinforcement, or aversion therapy, to teach simple skills or alter undesirable behavior.
Technique of changing human behavior, based on a system of positive and negative reinforcement. Emphasis is on observable behaviors and what events precede and follow them.
Manifest positive personal habits through desired behavior repetition. This technique is used in some health, wellness and weight programs along with goal setting.
Behavior modification is a technique of altering an individual's behaviors and reactions to stimuli through positive and negative reinforcement of adaptive behavior and/or the extinction of maladaptive behavior through positive and negative punishment.