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Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)

The Good Behavior Game Plus Merit: Controlling Disruptive Behavior and Improving Student Motivation

pp. 510—514

ABSTRACT: The Good Behavior Game was modified in this study to include a token reinforcement system.This modified intervention, the Good Behavior Game Plus Merit (GBG+M), proved successful in reducing disruptive behavior and improving assignment completion in two students designated as high-risk for placement in a behaviorally impaired classroom. General acceptability and uses of the intervention are discussed as are its implications for school psychologists wishing to provide preventive services to schools.

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