22b.Group.Marholin

22b.Group.Marholin - Group Contingencies Definition: A...

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Group Contingencies Definition : A contingency (reinforcement or punishment) applied to the behavior of more than one person Procedural variations based on: Who receives consequences? Whose behavior affects the delivery of consequences? Contingency Consequences Behavior Independent Individual Individual Dependent (hero) Group Individual Dependent (manager) Individual Group Interdependent Group Group Independent : A contingency in which consequences are delivered to individual members of a group based on their performance. Dependent (hero) : A contingency in which consequences are delivered to the entire group based on the performance of one member (or a subset of members) Dependent (manager) : A contingency in which consequences are delivered to one member of the group based on the performance of the entire group Interdependent : A contingency in which consequences are delivered to the entire group based on the performance of all members Be able to give examples of each of the above
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course EAB 3764 taught by Professor Carahill during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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22b.Group.Marholin - Group Contingencies Definition: A...

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