Noncontingent Reinforcement for a Student Without Disabilities
The present study addresses the following research questions: (a) Can NCR be implemented with fidelity by teachers in general education classrooms?; (b) Does NCR lead to a decrease in off task behavior for a student without identified disabilities?
The School Psychologist
Youngblom, R., Filter, K. J., Finch, L., & Labial, S. (2016). Noncontingent reinforcement for a student without disabilities. The School Psychologist, 70 (2), 10-17.
Publisher's Copyright and Source
Copyright © 2016 American Psychological Association, Division 16. Article published in The School Psychologist, volume 70, issue 2, Summer 2016, pages 10-17.