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When non-contingent reinforcement was utilized with hearing aids however, refusal behavior increased significantly and independent wearing of hearing aids fell to levels below 10% of total session time for the final three sessions.
Graph of treatment analysis depicting the responses per min of escape behavior (left y axis) and percentage of independent wearing of glasses and hearing aids (right y axis) across all conditions (BL = baseline; NCR = non-contingent reinforcement; ESC = escape; RC = response cost; RB = response blocking; HA = hearing aids; GS = glasses)
Participants were randomly assigned to a contingent and non-contingent reinforcement group.
The study used a mixed-factor design with contingent reinforcement (CR) and non-contingent reinforcement (NCR) as the between-group variable and CM phase as the within-subject variable.
Other typical treatments involve non-contingent reinforcement, differential reinforcement of alternative behavior, differential reinforcement of other behavior and the use of matched stimuli that "provide sensory stimulation that is the same or similar to the stimulation produced by the aberrant behavior" (Piazza et al., p.
Wishart reported that this dependence on non-contingent reinforcement could be reduced, and the level of conditioned responding increased, by enhancing the success rate of early learning.
Non-contingent reinforcement has its origins in basic research, but has become increasingly used in applied interventions.
The effects of non-contingent reinforcement have been defined by basic research.
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