What Is Cognitive Reinforcement?


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The term 'cognitive reinforcement' is a learning technique that is usually applied on people that are affected with the Parkinson's disease. The method includes the use of trial and error method on the person affected and the process that is followed in the technique is that it provides better learning to the people affected, so that they are left with a few choices to do something else and they have to learn irrespective of their inability.

The two words that joined together to form the word themselves say a lot about the meaning of the word and as we use the word cognitive to things pertinent to our brain and its use and reinforcement is a word that means providing something with additional force, so the word in the context is rightfully used.

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