Differential reinforcement of incompatible behavior (DRI)
A form of differential reinforcement in which a behavior that is incompatible with an unwanted behavior is systematically reinforced.
Differential reinforcement of zero responding (DR0)
A form of differential reinforcement in which reinforcement is contingent on the complete absence of a behavior for a period of time. Also called differential reinforcement of other behavior because some other behavior is necessarily reinforced.
Penalty training. A punishment procedure in which a behavior is followed by the removal of, or a decrease in the intensity of, a stimulus. Also called type 2 punishment or penalty training. Type 2 punishment
A punishment procedure in which a behavior is followed by the presentation of, or an increase in the intensity of, a stimulus. Also called type 1 punishment. Type 1 punishment
Any consequence of a behavior that decreases the strength of that behavior. (C’. reinforcer.)
The procedure of providing consequences for a behavior that reduce the strength of that behavior. (See positive punishment and negative punishment; C’. reinforcement.)
The procedure of altering the environment to prevent unwanted behavior from occurring.