Multiple Reinforcement Schedule

A multiple reinforcement schedule is a program where two or more unrelated activities are being independently tracked and reinforced. For instance, a parent might be monitoring several of their child's behaviors like bed making (without being reminded), practicing a piano lesson (without argument) and doing homework before dinner (without being reminded). Each of these activities can be tracked separately with its own pre-determined consequences.

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History of Psychology
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