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Volume 23, Issue 1 (1994)

Mystery Motivator: An Effective and Time Efficient Intervention

pp. 106—118

Jenson’s Mystery Motivator was systematically applied across nine subjects from two classrooms. Primary components of the intervention included immediate performance feedback and intermittent reinforcement. Results appear promising, suggesting that the Mystery Motivator is an effective, socially valid intervention that can be implemented in the classroom with integrity. Implications for the intervention’s use are discussed.

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