Escape Contingency – A contingency in which performing a specific behavior stops and ongoing event. For example, a child dropping unto the floor followed by the child crying stop the event of the child having to enter the classroom. Another example can be a student “ending” a math fluency exercise on the computer after finishing three exercises.
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