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ERIC Number: ED060064
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Pages: 3
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The Magic Ear: Another Approach to Automated Classroom Control.
George, James R., III; And Others
"Excessive" noise outburst behavior of 24 second graders was effectively controlled under automated stimulus conditions. A voice operated relay transmitted signals to an automated combination light display and outburst time/total running time meters; under 2 conditions, the light display functioned first as a primary, then as a secondary reinforcer for "quiet" behavior. The mean outburst ratio dropped from 94.96 percent (Baseline) to 44.19 percent (Condition I) to 34.00 percent (Condition II). Such automated procedures can free the teacher to teach and can lower the chances that she may become an aversive stimulus. (Author/DLG)
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Identifiers: Magic Ear
Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 1972