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It may be useful to replace concern for years of instruction with greater interest in moments richest in educational progress. This note complements another in which a type of response-time analysis was suggested as a means of identifying less desirable items in an instructional program. It concerns response time considerations in forced pacing and suggests an alternative way of modifying student response times. It seems possible to increase the speed of an instructional process without impairing performance by differentially reinforcing especially quick, correct answers to questions designed to teach.