My College level Health Textbook gives two examples of manipulative reinforcers:
Manipulative reinforcers are incentives such as getting a lower rent in exchange for mowing the lawn or the promise of a better grade for doing an extra-credit project.
Lower health insurance rates for nonsmokers is an example of a(n)
being allowed to watch a tv show
Food = Hunger, Water = Thirst. Food serves as a primary reinforcer for a hungry rat, and water serves as a primary reinforcer for a thirsty one. Note: A primary reinforcer is any stimulus or event that by its mere delivery or removal acts naturally (without learning). Hope it helped, - Azad Prestek
A conditioned reinforcer is a stimulus that has taken on the properties of a reinforcer. When trainers are training dogs, they use the process of a conditioned reinforcer.
The art of persuasion.
a primary reinforcer
The response of drinking water when you are thirsty. The water can be referred to as a "primary reinforcer".
Manipulative movement is movement that is controlled or coerced by something. The ability to handle an object in your hands is an example of manipulative movement.
Some examples of manipulative movements are strike, catch, throw. Basically anything that involves another object.