• Psychology
  • Published 2006

Randomizing Criteria Within an Interdependent Group Contingency: Effects On Math Seatwork

@inproceedings{Mudgal2006RandomizingCW,
  title={Randomizing Criteria Within an Interdependent Group Contingency: Effects On Math Seatwork},
  author={Dipti Mudgal},
  year={2006}
}
INTRODUCTION • The Good Behavior Game (GBG), first described by Barrish, Saunders, and Wolf (1969), is an interdependent group contingency often used for decreasing disruptive behavior in the classroom. • Research indicates GBG is effective, easy to implement, time efficient, and a widely used classwide intervention (Barrish, et al., 1969, Harris & Sherman, 1973). • GBG has been primarily used for decreasing disruptive behaviors. • Few studies (e.g., Darch & Thorpe, 1977; Darveaux, 1984; Swiezy… CONTINUE READING

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