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Threats to validity include mortality, maturation, experimenter bias, regression to the mean, selection, reactive measures, repeated measures, history and instrumentation.
The advantages of differential reinforcement include that it is acceptable, benign, constructive and it produces lasting change. The disadvantages include effects may be delayed and there is mixed evidence of effectiveness.
The ethical considerations regarding the use of punishment revolve around three major issues: