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Behavior management strategies using differential reinforcement are effective only if the reinforcement procedures match the individual's unique characteristics and needs. Simply stated, the individual must find the reinforcer reinforcing. Errors in achieving this match frequently sabotage the success of otherwise well-designed intervention plans. The school staff will need to determine appropriate reinforcers for the student as well as the frequency and manner in which they are given. Thedoi:10.4135/9781483388489 fatcat:n2h47x5bpfgclb74vku4ijkuc4