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Question 170 / 2.5 pointsGood __________ consequences don't work if they aren't matched to the needs of the child.Question options:a) exclusionc) restitutiond) deprivation2.5po__________ consequences are directly tied to a behavior and help youngsters reflect on how their actions affect others.192.5 / 2.5 pointsA child uses materials in a center inappropriately and the teacher explains that he cannot return to that center until he agrees to use them correctly. What type of consequence is this?
Question 202.5 / 2.5 pointsAt the art center, Mary and Amy are arguing about crayons. Mary is refusing to share crayons with Amy because Amy refused to share the glue. Their teacher, Mrs. Miller, decides not to intervene. Mrs. Miller is hoping that Amy will learn to share through a/an __________ consequence imposed upon her by Mary.210 / 2.5 points_____________ is still a commonly used school tradition.b) A sticker chartc) Card flippingd) Time-out2.5poPoints, tokens, marbles, and stickers are all examples of __________ rewards.
Question options:a) monetaryb) intermittentc) scheduledd) tangibleQuestion 232.5 / 2.5 pointsRewards are divided into the following three categories:242.5 / 2.5 pointsBehavior modification is based primarily on the research of:252.5 / 2.5 points
Ms. Wiggs' kindergarten class rushes to clean up the room after playtime. They know that if Ms. Wiggs sees them cleaning, she will give good cleaners a sticker. Ms. Wiggs' kindergartners are cleaning because of __________ motivation.Question 260 / 2.5 pointsBrain research shows that fear, anxiety, or ___________ have negative effects on mental growth.b) humiliationc) consequencesd) punishment2.5poUsing praise as a positive reinforcement can have negative effects, such as a child feeling: