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Gary Probst is thinking:
  1. Are some people unable to be changed by positive reinforcement?
  2. For those people who are unable to learn from positive reinforcement
      changed or behavior stopped by negative reinforcement?
  3. Can knowledge of negative reinforcement prevent the need for positive
reinforcement?
  4. What should you do with people who cannot learn from either positive or
negative
      reinforcement?
  5.  Which causes learning to take place faster negative or positive
reinforcement?
  6.  If you do not know what type of reinforcement is a person's reinforcement
style,
      what type should you use first?
  7. What type of reinforcement is remembered for a longest period of time?




Jelaine McCamish wrote:

> My "Psychology of Learning" class stressed that positive reinforcement of a
> desired behavior is preferable and creates a better learning environment.
> (Negative reinforcement or punishment can create an atmosphere of fear,
> which can hurt concentration, memory, etc., for all students).  Just a
> thought.
>
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