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Unformatted text preview: maladaptive behavior DRI: the behavior that is reinforced I the opposite of target behavior (a child cannot be fighting with another child and at the same time play cooperatively with the same child. By reinforcing the incompatible behavior, the target behavior is reduced/eliminated) DRA: Sometimes identifying an incompatible behavior can be difficult. This is used by identifying problem behavior and the desired behavior. DRL: Refers to the reinforcement of a lower rate of behavior, used in a Special Education classroom. Want to reduce the speed at which someone talks. All a combination of reinforcement and extinction....
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- Winter '11