What are effective incentives and sanctions? How do you decide on which ones to use? How do you deliver them in the courtroom? And what about therapeutic responses? The science of behavior change is complex and knowing how and when to use sanctions and incentives effectively can be challenging. Dr. Carey will tackle this topic from the point of view of the researcher with a emphasis on application: Specifically, how to pull together the information you need to make decisions in staffing and how to deliver the message in court. Learning Objectives-At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Learn effective delivery of incentives and sanctions in the courtroom.
• Gain knowledge of some key research-based practices for behavior modification.
• Learn what information is needed to determine what incentives and sanctions are most meaningful for participants and when therapeutic responses are appropriate.
Presenter: Dr. Shannon Carey
Moderator: Katy Burke