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continuous reinforcement

In order for the response strength of a behavior to be increased it must be reinforced. Continuous reinforcement refers to the reinforcement of each and every occurrence of a target response, or a successive (progressive) approximation of a target response.

Definition reprinted with permission from Hood, Stephen B. (editor) available from Stuttering Foundation of America: Stuttering Words (Publication No 2: Speech Foundation of America)

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