Reinforcement

Reinforcement,

Definition of Reinforcement:

  1. Marketing: Advertising intended to reassure customers (those who have already made a purchase) that they have made the right choice. Used commonly for big ticket items (boats, cars, condos), it may also include instructions on how to get the most satisfaction or value from their purchase. See also cognitive dissonance.

  2. Psychology: Consequence of a behavior that increases the chance of the recurrence of the same behavior. In contrast to feedback (which is almost always external), reinforcement can be both internal (intrinsic) and external (extrinsic).

  3. The action or process of reinforcing or strengthening.

Synonyms of Reinforcement

Pavlovian conditioning, Accelerando, Acceleration, Accession, Accessory, Accompaniment, Accouterment, Addenda, Addendum, Additament, Addition, Additive, Additory, Additum, Adjunct, Adjunction, Adjuvant, Advocate, Affirmation, Affixation, Agglutination, Aggravation, Alpenstock, Amplitude, Annex, Annexation, Antinode, Appanage, Appendage, Appendant, Appurtenance, Appurtenant, Arm, Armament, Athletic supporter, Attachment, Attestation, Augment, Augmentation, Authentication, Auxiliaries, Back, Backbone, Backing, Backing up, Bandeau, Bearer, Bearing out, Beefing-up, Behavior, Blowing up, Blowup, Bolster, Bolstering, Bra, Brace, Bracer, Bracing, Bracket, Brassiere, Buttress, Buttressing, Cane, Carrier, Case hardening, Catering, Certification, Cervix, Chandlery, Circumstantiation, Coda, Complement, Concentration, Concomitant, Condensation, Conditioned response, Conditioning, Confirmation, Consolidation, Continuation, Corollary, Corroboration, Corroboratory evidence, Corset, Crest, Crook, Crutch, De Broglie wave, Deepening, Diffraction, Documentation, Electromagnetic radiation, Electromagnetic wave, Endowment, Enhancement, Equipment, Exacerbation, Exaggeration, Explosion, Extension, Extrapolation, Finding, Fitting out, Fixture, Forces, Fortification, Foundation garment, Frequency, Frequency band, Frequency spectrum, Fulcrum, Furnishing, Furnishment, Girdle, Guided wave, Guy, Guywire, Hardening, Heating-up, Heightening, In phase, Increase, Increment, Information explosion, Instrumental conditioning, Intensification, Interference, Investment, Invigoration, Jock, Jockstrap, Joining, Junction, Juxtaposition, Light, Logistics, Longitudinal wave, Magnification, Mainstay, Maintainer, Mast, Mechanical wave, Men, Neck, Negative reinforcement, Node, Offshoot, Operant conditioning, Out of phase, Outfitting, Pendant, Period, Periodic wave, Personnel, Pickup, Population explosion, Positive reinforcement, Prefixation, Preparation, Procurement, Proof, Prop, Providing, Proving, Proving out, Provision, Provisioning, Psychagogy, Purveyance, Radio wave, Ratification, Ray, Redoubling, Reeducation, Reflex, Refreshment, Reinforce, Reinforcements, Reinforcer, Reinvigoration, Relief, Reorientation, Replenishment, Reserve forces, Reserves, Resonance, Resonance frequency, Rest, Resting place, Restrengthening, Resupply, Retailing, Revivification, Rigging, Seismic wave, Selling, Shock wave, Shoulder, Shroud, Side effect, Side issue, Soldiers, Sound wave, Speedup, Spine, Sprit, Staff, Standing rigging, Stave, Stay, Step-up, Stick, Stiffener, Strengthener, Strengthening, Subsidization, Subsidy, Substantiation, Subvention, Suffixation, Superaddition, Superfetation, Superjunction, Superposition, Supplement, Supplementation, Supply, Supplying, Support, Supporter, Supporting evidence, Surface wave, Sustainer, Tailpiece, Tempering, Tidal wave, Tightening, Transverse wave, Trough, Unconditioned reflex, Undergirding, Uniting, Upholder, Validation, Verification, Victualing, Walking stick, Wave, Wave equation, Wave motion, Wave number, Wavelength, Augmentation, Increase, Supplementing, Boosting, Swelling, Building up, Build-up, Topping up

How to use Reinforcement in a sentence?

  1. I made sure to giver her plenty of positive reinforcement when I was teaching her how to play air hockey.
  2. The extensive list of new rules, served as a reinforcement of Professor Garcias firm-standing expectations for his college arithmetic course.
  3. Having a good backup plan as a reinforcement can get your business out of some tough jams when you need them.
  4. Older electricity mains required reinforcement to meet increased demand.

Meaning of Reinforcement & Reinforcement Definition