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One reason the use of reinforcers is more effective with school-age children than with younger children is that school-age children A. do not respond to tangible rewards. B. better understand the relationship between cause and effect. C. are less likely to imitate bad models. D. are less fearful of modeling techniques
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One reason the use of reinforcers is more effective with school-age children than with younger children is that school-age children better understand the relationship between cause and effect.
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One reason the use of reinforcers is more effective with school-age children than with younger children is that school-age children better understand the relationship between cause and effect.

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