Punishment - 1

In experiments with laboratory animals and studies with children, punishment decreases the likelihood of a previously reinforced response only temporarily, and it can produce other "emotional" behavior wing-flapping in pigeons, for example and physiological changes increased heart rate, for example that have no clear equivalents in reinforcement. Because the behavior is inconsistently punished. Since punishment is an averse happening, they cause fear, anger, anxiety, withdrawal, and undermine relationships. The next time the behavior occurs the punisher will likely use the same procedure to remove the negative effect.

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