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ERIC Number: EJ267186
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1982
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Nonvocal Language Acquisition in Adolescents with Severe Physical Disabilities: Blissymbol versus Iconic Stimulus Formats.
Hurlbut, Bonnie I.; And Others
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, v15 n2 p241-58 Sum 1982
The study compared training in two language systems for three severely handicapped, cerebral palsied, nonvocal adolescents: the Bliss symbol system and an iconic picture system. Results showed that students learned iconic symbols faster, maintained higher percentage of iconic pictures, gave more correct responses during generalization probes for iconic systems, and used iconic responses more often in daily life situations. (Author)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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