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A behavior modification plan is a program that establishes the framework, steps and goals necessary to modify negative behaviors exhibited by children. The plan delineates a discipline strategy that employs four separate... More »

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Many organizations, such as National Youth Network and Help Your Teen Now, provide lists of behavior modification schools and other resources for families with troubled children. The types of programs include military sc... More »

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Behavior modification techniques typically include positive and negative reinforcement, as well as removal of all reinforcement, or extinction. Positive reinforcement provides a reward for a desired behavior, while negat... More »

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