Self-assessment and self-reinforcement
, which are part of the construct, do not have a mediating effect.
Palmen, Didden, and Arts (2008) used self-recording and self-reinforcement
to substantially increase question-asking skills during tutorial sessions.
This subscale was also related to scores on the Revised UCLA Loneliness Scale (r(174) = 0.34, p < .001) and the Provisions of Social Relations Scale (r(175) = -0.25,p = .001), but not the Frequency of Self-Reinforcement
Questionnaire (r(172) = 0.15, p = .052) and the Liking People Scale (r(173) = 0.01, p = .90).
Transmission of patterns of self-reinforcement
Differential effects of methylphenidate and self-reinforcement
on attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The purpose of this research was to establish a constitutive relation for elastomers and hydrogels exhibiting self-reinforcement
when exposed to large strains.
Discriminative activation and maintenance of contingent self-reinforcement
Ideally, behavioral self-control strategies would include self-reinforcement
in which the individual administers reinforcement for achieving behavioral goals.
Examining the constitution of selves in cross-cultural experiences of immigration, Ritivoi suggests how both aspects of identity, the idem and the ipse, factor into the strategies of survival and change, self-reinforcement
and self-repudiation, using her two immigrant case studies to argue for a synthesis of two, apparently opposed views of personal identity, "realist" and "constructivist."
Despite starting with a flawed description of positive feedback systems (although the social-ecological system clearly changed, no self-reinforcement
mechanism for such change is described), the section's first chapter provides wonderful examples of material technological adaptation and exchange among the different cultures.
Children's achievement attributions and self-reinforcement
: Effects of self-concept and competitive reward structure.