What is the reinforcer in positive reinforcement?

Asked by Emelia Dickerson

Positive reinforcement is the reinforcing of an organism for exhibiting a particular behavior. The positive reinforcer is the stimulus (reward) that is introduced into the organism’s environment after the behavior is exhibited.

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