Interactions in Relationships: Codependency vs. Positive Reinforcement


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Doing good things for bad behavior is specifically known as:

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1. Doing good things for good behavior is known as:

2. A relationship where a non-substance-abusing person close to an addict denies the addiction, is controlled by the abuser's behavior, and enables the addicted individual, is termed:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz/worksheet combination, you will focus on codependency and positive reinforcement relationships through questions that ask you to identify techniques associated with them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Through these questions you will be asked to:

  • Recognize a related term from its definition
  • Recall a type of relationship when given an explanation of it
  • Determine what is not a type of positive reinforcement technique
  • Understand what a given technique is an example of

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most important information from the lesson on types of reinforcement and relationships
  • Critical thinking - use this information to consider if something is a positive reinforcement technique, and what a given technique is an example of
  • Information recall - remember the knowledge you've acquired about codependency and positive reinforcement relationships

Additional Learning

Get more information on these concepts through the lesson called Interactions in Relationships: Codependency vs. Positive Reinforcement. You can also cover these objectives as you read this lesson:

  • Give examples of codependency and enabling
  • List the results of codependent relationships
  • Identify types of reinforcements that fit into positive reinforcement