Chapter 5 of Slavin's Book

One very important principle of behavioral learning theories is that consequences that follow behaviors closely in time affect behavior far more than delayed consequences do. A small reinforcer that is given immediately generally has a much larger effect than does a large reinforcer that is given later. This concept explains much about human behavior.





Amy Hollingsworth

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