Extinction Interventions to Reduce Problem Behaviors

Take the first step to reduce your child's problem behaviors by learning about the behavior principle of extinction. The gist of extinction is to not reward a child following problem behavior, such as to not let a child watch TV after s/he tantrums. In this training you can learn how to apply this principle to multiple situations, such as when a child wants attention or to get out of a task. 



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Explore a variety of examples on how to reduce problems behaviors by not allowing students to be rewarded for problem behaviors.