Effective self-management programs utilize the individuals ability to set criteria for reinforcement.  This is in Chapter 27 of Cooper.  Going public with one’s desire to change (to recruit support) and the ability to evaluate and redesign the original program if self-monitoring data indicates an adjustment is needed are important components to a successful program.  It is of note that punishment is typically not utilized in self-management interventions.

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