The effectiveness of using reinforcements in the classroom on the academic achievement of students with intellectual disabilities

  title={The effectiveness of using reinforcements in the classroom on the academic achievement of students with intellectual disabilities},
  author={Narges Adibsereshki and Somaye Jalil Abkenar and Mohammad Ashoori and Mahmood Mirzamani},
  journal={Journal of Intellectual Disabilities},
  pages={83 - 93}
The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of two kinds of reinforcements, tangible reinforcements and social reinforcements, on the academic achievement of eighth-grade female students with intellectual disabilities in the science subject. The study was an experimental method by pretest, with a control group. The participants of the study comprised 45 female students with intellectual disabilities from three different middle schools in the province of Tehran. The multistage… 

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