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Hranchuk, Kieva; Douglas Greer, R.; Longano, Jennifer – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2019
Prior research found that without the naming cusp, children did not learn from instructional demonstrations presented before learn units (IDLUs) (i.e., modeling an expected response twice for a learner prior to delivering an instructional antecedent), however, following the establishment of naming, they could. The present study was designed to…
Descriptors: Demonstrations (Educational), Efficiency, Naming, Units of Study
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Kahlow, Talia A.; Sidener, Tina M.; Kisamore, April N.; Reeve, Kenneth F. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2019
People diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may need specific teaching to learn mands for information. Unfortunately, little research has been published on methods for teaching the mand "When?" to this population. The purpose of the current study was to replicate and extend previous research by teaching 3 children diagnosed with…
Descriptors: Children, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Verbal Operant Conditioning
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Glodowski, Kathryn R.; Rodriguez, Nicole M. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2019
Researchers have demonstrated the efficacy of picture prompts on the acquisition of intraverbals (Coon & Miguel in "Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis," 45, 657-666, 2012; Goldsmith, LeBlanc, & Sautter in "Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders," 1, 1-13, 2007; Ingvarsson & Hollobaugh in "Journal of Applied…
Descriptors: Children, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Pictorial Stimuli
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Valentino, Amber L.; Fu, Sherrene Brice; Padover, Jessica L. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2019
Mands for information (MFIs) play an important role in language development and are important for successfully acquiring new information from one's environment. Yet many individuals with autism do not acquire mands for information without direct teaching. Research has demonstrated effective procedures for teaching all "wh" forms, except…
Descriptors: Verbal Operant Conditioning, Autism, Teaching Methods, Language Acquisition
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Tullis, Christopher A.; Frampton, Sarah E.; Delfs, Caitlin H.; Shillingsburg, M. Alice – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2017
Instructive feedback (IF) is a procedure in which extra information is presented to a participant during the consequence portion of instruction for other skills. Previous research has demonstrated that participants with intellectual disabilities may acquire a portion of non-targeted skills (secondary targets) without explicit instruction when…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Teaching Methods
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Dixon, Mark R.; Stanley, Caleb; Belisle, Jordan; Galliford, Megan E.; Alholail, Amani; Schmick, Ayla M. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2017
The present study evaluated the efficacy of a stimulus-equivalence training procedure in teaching basic geography skills to two children with autism. The procedures were taken directly from a standardized training curriculum based in stimulus equivalence theory called "Promoting the Emergence of Advanced Knowledge Equivalence Module"…
Descriptors: Children, Teaching Methods, Stimuli, Training
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Shillingsburg, M. Alice; Cariveau, Tom; Talmadge, Bethany; Frampton, Sarah – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2017
Deficits in reporting past behavior may have implications for a child's social development and safety. Behavioral interpretations of memory and research on do/say correspondence provide valuable strategies to teach reporting past behavior when deficits are observed. The current study examined procedures to teach accurate reporting of past behavior…
Descriptors: Autism, Child Behavior, Clinical Diagnosis, Children
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Shillingsburg, M. Alice; Gayman, Cassondra M.; Walton, William – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
Recent research on teaching mands for information to children with language deficits has focused on manipulating establishing operations (EOs). However, only a few of those studies have programmed both EO conditions (in which information is needed) and abolishing operation (AO) conditions (in which information has already been provided) to ensure…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Prompting, Intervention, Autism
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Dixon, Mark R.; Belisle, Jordan; Stanley, Caleb R.; Daar, Jacob H.; Williams, Leigh Anne – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
The present study evaluated the efficacy of equivalence-based instruction (EBI) as described in the PEAK-E curriculum (Dixon, 2015) for promoting the emergence of derived geometry skills in two children with high-functioning autism. The results suggested that direct training of shape name (A) to shape property (B) (i.e., A-B relations) was…
Descriptors: Autism, Geometry, Mathematics Skills, Stimuli
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Witts, Benjamin N.; Arief, Icha; Hutter, Emily – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
Learning Skinner's (1957) verbal behavior taxonomy requires extensive study and practice. Thus, novel classroom exercises might serve this goal. The present manuscript describes a classroom exercise in which two students analyzed Lady Gaga's song "Applause" in terms of its metaphorical arrangements. Through the exercise, students…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Verbal Communication, Taxonomy, Singing
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Wymer, Sarah C.; Tarbox, Jonathan; Beavers, Gracie A.; Tullis, Christopher A. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
Rule-governed behavior (RGB) results from contact with a verbal description of a contingency as opposed to prior contact with that contingency. Despite its importance, research on the establishment of RGB with learners who do not display the skill is limited. Tarbox, Zuckerman, Bishop, Olive, and O'Hora ("The Analysis of Verbal…
Descriptors: Autism, Teaching Methods, Child Behavior, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Devine, Bailey; Carp, Charlotte L.; Hiett, Kiley A.; Petursdottir, Anna Ingeborg – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
Effective intraverbal responding often requires control by multiple elements of a verbal stimulus. The purpose of this study was to examine the emergence of such intraverbal relations following tact instruction with compound stimuli and to analyze any resulting error patterns. Participants were seven typically developing children between 3 and…
Descriptors: Verbal Communication, Verbal Stimuli, Teaching Methods, Responses
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Carnett, Amarie; Ingvarsson, Einar T. – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
The current study systematically replicates and extends the findings of Ingvarsson and Hollobaugh (2010) by teaching a boy with autism who used a speech-generating device to mand for answers to unknown questions. The effects of the intervention were evaluated via a multiple baseline across stimulus sets. The intervention resulted in acquisition of…
Descriptors: Autism, Speech Communication, Audio Equipment, Assistive Technology
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O'Neill, John; Rehfeldt, Ruth Anne – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2016
The purpose of the present experiment was to replicate and extend the literature on using selection-based instruction to teach responses to interview questions by (a) evaluating the emergence of recombinative (i.e., combinations of taught) and novel (i.e., untaught) topography-based intraverbal responses, in addition to exact repetitions of taught…
Descriptors: Interactive Video, Selection, Interviews, Responses
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Aguirre, Angelica A.; Rehfeldt, Ruth Anne – Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 2015
Recent research has evaluated the utility of teaching potentially covert strategies to mediate overt performance. As an extension of this developing literature, the current study used a multiple-probe design to evaluate the effects of instructing in a visual imagining strategy on correct written spelling responses with three adolescents with…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Spelling, Imagination, Teaching Methods
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