Principle of immediacy a Priciple that states that the more immediate the delivery of the reinforcer, the more effective the reinforcer. The question "Was the reinforcer delivered within one minute of the behavior or while the behavior was still occurring)?" should be asked to decide whether this principle has been followed

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