The Effects of Group Reinforcement Contingencies in an "Open-Style" Classroom
Journal of Special Education Technology
This study demonstrated the effectiveness of group reinforcement procedures in managing the disruptive behavior of handicapped and nonhandicapped students in a regular third grade classroom. The procedures were also socially validated by the students and classroom teachers.
Young, K.R., Likins, M., & Johnson, J.I. (1982). The Effects of Group Reinforcement Contingencies in an "Open-Style" Classroom. Journal of Special Education Technology. 5(2), 15-22.