(Part of the PRO-ED Series on How to Manage Behavior)
This book discusses using group contingencies to benefit particular situations as compared with individual contingencies. Three different applications of group contingencies are described and illustrated with examples. Advantages and disadvantages are noted to identify benefits and common pitfalls of group contingencies. Additional considerations help practitioners gauge the appropriateness of group contingencies and plan for implementation that will offer optimal benefits in their own situations. Detailed examples of research-validated group contingencies are included, spanning a variety of contexts and settings, illustrating the many uses of group contingencies. Included is a step-by-step guide to implementing group contingencies.
32 pages • 6" x 9" • softcover • ©2018