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    What is the primary difference between an antecedent and a consequence and what is typically the most powerful driver of behavior, antecedents or consequences? Explain your reasoning.

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    What is the primary difference between an antecedent and a consequence?

    Key difference between antecedent and consequence is: antecedent is the cause or predictor of a phenomenon (e.g. satisfaction or behavior); whereas consequent is the effect of a phenomenon. Thus, ideally speaking antecedent occurs before the phenomenon and the ...

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    This solution of 196 words explains the key differences between an antecedent and consequence with examples, and identifies the most powerful driver of behavior.