Match the following scenarios with the four concepts of operant conditioning:
(a) Positive reinforcement (b) Negative reinforcement (c) Positive punishment (d) Negative punishment (i) ___ When Billy the bully uses intimidation and threats with the younger children at school, they give him money to leave them alone. (ii) ___ One teacher at school is aware of Billy’s bullying tactics, and intervenes to stop the bullying, but Billy has found a way of activating that teacher’s automobile’s alarm system, which distracts him from attending to the younger children during playtime, and allows Billy to continue his intimidation tactics. (iii) ____ The teacher publicly confiscates Billy’s cash during playtime, in front of other children who then shun Billy. (iv) ____ Knowing that Billy does most of his bullying during playtime, the teacher arranges for Billy to stay inside while all the other children are at play.
Match the following scenarios with the four concepts of operant conditioning