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ERIC Number: ED098740
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 21
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Training Behavior Modifiers: Videotape Self-Monitoring Versus Remote Auditory Prompting. Draft.
Cone, John D.; And Others
The separate and comparative effectiveness of two procedures, remote auditory prompting (RAP) and videotape self-monitoring (VSM), for training 14 adult aides to use behavior modification with institutionalized retarded children were examined. A two-group, multiple baseline design with baseline, training, and followup phases was employed with seven different trainee behaviors (commanding, physical prompting, general verbal praising, touch reinforcing, materially reinforcing, specific verbal praising, and timing out). Remote auditory prompting was accompanied by increases in five of these behaviors. Increases in three behaviors and a decrease in one behavior occurred when the videotape self-monitoring procedure was used. Overall, increases were greater using the RAP procedure. Retention of training phase levels during three followup sessions was comparable for both RAP and VSM. A second study yielded similar results. (Author/LH)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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