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    Re: B.F. Skinner's Behavioural Theory
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    16 March 2017
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    nyc one wat is the difference between response behavior and instrumental behavior
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    Re: Child Temper Tantrums
    @Kitty - that's a good idea. Most children want to get their point across when and where they possibly can :) A bit of displacement…
    13 February 2017
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    Re: Child Temper Tantrums
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    Re: The 'Terrible Twos'
    I care for a 20 month old that hits his head on the floor or on furniture when he has a temper tantrum. Is there a strategy I can use to help…
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    I think negative punish is not good but we all use them may be unintentionally
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