Good girls get pats, bad girls get alone time.>>7333036
Operant conditioning works on the principle that punishments a) can decrease or eliminate a behaviour but can not increase preferred behaviours or delineate what those are and when positive and sharp, punishments don't allow her to internalize the code of conduct as a self-expression. Punishments consisting in withholding positive reinforcement work because she becomes used to not performing these actions in order to be rewarded.
2. Rewards cause the subject to connect a behaviour with something she likes and ultimately think of it as something she likes doing. This works by adding rewards when the subject performs the conditioned behaviour and simply withholding them when she doesn't. It can also work by removing punishments (for instance, if sleep deprivation is a constant, and you allow her to sleep more because she was a good girl).
Within power relations this causes stockholming too, because where the subject feels fragile and powerless, it acutely feels that bad things can happen to them, expects them and takes it for granted that they will happen to her, thereby considering them not happening to her as a personal favor to her by the person with power over her, which causes a degree of emotional attachment.
If you want her to do A and not do B
1. Reward doing A with things she wants
2. Remove things she doesn't want when doing A
3. Don't punish her for doing A (in 5's sense)
4.Withhold rewards (things she wants) when doing B
5. Add things she doesn't want when doing B (she does B once, you add a small constant punishment that will only be removed when she does A, rather than causing a connected sharp shock which, since it is exceptional, isn't good for the internalization process)
6. If she expects a bad thing in general (not in connection to conditioning, as a punishment or as a conditioned behavior) don't do that thing to shepherd emotional attachment