Behavioral Modification Case Study
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A brief case analysis of the use of behavioral modification to change the biting activity of young girl. The paper includes a reference to Blooms taxonomy.
From the Paper:"An appropriate punishment for the destructive biting child would consist of a time-out to be used each time her behavior escalates into violence directed against her or others. Ormrod indicated in terms of Behaviorism that the use of such punishments can be effective in fostering awareness on the recipient of the inappropriateness of specific actions and the consequences of such actions. It is likely that the child will at least initially resist remaining in a time-out situation and will attempt to assert..."
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