G & D 4 Your quiz has been submitted successfully. 2.5 / 2.5 points Punishment can cause children to exhibit all of the following behaviors EXCEPT: Question options: mpliance. Which is NOT one of the ways behavior modification is damaging? Question options: destroyed e is limited vation increases s decreased When Keesha talks during math instruction, Mrs. Miller puts Keesha's name on the board. If Keesha interrupts the lesson again, she will receive a check by her name and lose five minutes of recess. This type of discipline is called __________ discipline. Question options: ed
l The kids in Miss Ramo's P.E. class keep folders with their personal records. Nobody else sees them, but each week several students work very hard to beat their own push- ups, sit-ups and jump roping records. These students are displaying __________ motivation. Question options: Positive "I messages" are a form of: Question options: ification. pline. nt. All adults are sometimes pushed beyond their limits. Adults who feel angry may find themselves punishing a child's behavior instead of: Question options: hild.
discipline. out. Taking away privileges totally unrelated to a behavior problem is: Question options: e consequence. using natural consequences to help children learn appropriate behavior. ome teachers as a consequence although it is a punishment. using logical consequences. Which country has the highest documented incarceration rate in the world? Question options: ates Harsh punishments are harmful to children. Freedom without limits or responsibility is: Question options: ative development. dangerous.
r difficult children. eloping self-control. Behavior modification is based primarily on the research of: Question options: Brain research shows that events that create __________ have negative effects on mental growth. Question options: ove Rewards are divided into the following three categories: Question options: ds, scheduled rewards, and praise. angible, and social. ards, praise, and privileges.
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