Punishment can cause children to exhibit all of the following behaviors EXCEPT

Punishment can cause children to exhibit all of the

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31.)Punishment can cause children to exhibit all of the following behaviors EXCEPT: 32.)Rewards are divided into three categories: 33.)Sarcasm: 34.)Taking away privileges totally unrelated to a behavior problem is: 35.)The emotional pain that often comes from punishment is: 36.)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. 37.)Using praise as a positive reinforcement can have negative effects such as a child feeling like he has failed a task if: 38.)When Jane reads a book because she thinks the book is interesting and fun to read, she is reading because of __________ motivation. 39.)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 ofrecess. This type of discipline is called __________ discipline. 1.In which circumstance would a natural consequence be the best? 2.Joby pushes Becky down on the playground and she skins her knee. What would be an appropriate consequence?
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3.Shondra lost her recess time because she forgot her homework. This is an example of: 4.__________ consequences are designed to help children think about why certain behaviors are unacceptable and why others are desirable. 5.__________ provide effective and immediate results compatible with long-term, positive outcomes. 6.Which country has the highest documented incarceration rate in the world? 7.The discipline method that sets up artificial reward systems designed to get children to behave in certain ways is: 8.Every day this week Chase had thrown temper tantrums and dumped the crayon buckets. The teacher Ms. Young made Chase put the crayons away but he still dumped them all again the next day. Ms. Young began to realize that Chase seemed to enjoy the time that Ms. Young spent trying to calm him down. The next day when he dumped the crayons again and was beginning to get angry, Ms. Young asked all of the other children to join her in the large group area for a game. Quickly, Chase cleaned up the crayons and joined the group. This is an example of: 9.A behaviorist believes that behavior is changed through:
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