The third factor is related to the Self-reinforcement
(SR) strategies, and has the lowest Cronbach's alpha, although still acceptable.
Palmen, Didden, and Arts (2008) used self-recording and self-reinforcement
to substantially increase question-asking skills during tutorial sessions.
Measurement of individual differences in self-reinforcement
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.
involves self-monitoring of the health behavior and evaluation of its execution such that overt or covert reinforcement is self-administered.
In turn, in chapter 5, "'The Unbearable Lightness of Being'" (121-51), and chapter 6, "The Contigent Self" (153-72), Ritivoi brilliantly uses Crusoe's and Odysseus's contrasting strategies for reconciling survival and change, self-reinforcement
and self-repudiation, as templates for understanding Vera Calin's and Eva Hoffman's immigrant experiences.
The study directly examined the changes in speed/impatient behaviors of the Type A behavior pattern in daily activities and demonstrated significant decreases in the behaviors following transfer to the self-reinforcement
and positive self-image appear to bolster such commitment, whereas self-justification tends to moderate it.
Similarly, adolescents with serious emotional disturbances were taught self-management skills that enabled them to exhibit on-task and socially appropriate behavior without adult supervision and this effect was maintained in generalization settings with instruction and self-reinforcement
(Ninness, Fuerst, Rutherford, & Glenn, 1991).