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One reason punishment fails to produce the desired effect is that it:
A)is often given too soon after the unacceptable behavior
B)teaches what to do,but it doesn't teach what to do
C)gives positive reinforcement to the behavior
D) becomes a secondary punischer to the behavior
IS B CORRECT ANSWER???/ THANK YOU FOR HELP:)))))

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    If B is supposed to read: "teaches what not to do . . . ," then you're correct.

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