The effect on the test behavior of children, as reflected in the I.Q. scores, when reinforced after each correct response.

@article{Edlund1972TheEO,
  title={The effect on the test behavior of children, as reflected in the I.Q. scores, when reinforced after each correct response.},
  author={C V Edlund},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1972},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={317-9}
}
  • C V Edlund
  • Published 1972 in Journal of applied behavior analysis
This experiment studied the effect on intelligence test scores of a probable reinforcer given for correct responses. Eleven pairs of 5- to 7-yr-old children were matched on the basis of a strong liking of candy, no physical problems associated with eating it, parent permission to receive and eat the candy, age, sex, and a revised Stanford-Binet Scale Form L IQ score. The control group was given the revised Stanford-Binet Scale Form M, as prescribed in the test manual. The experimental group was… CONTINUE READING

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