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Todd M. Owen; Nicole M. Rodriguez – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Autoclitics are secondary verbal operants that are controlled by a feature of the conditions that occasion or evoke a primary verbal operant such as a tact or mand. Qualifying autoclitics extend, negate, or assert a speaker's primary verbal response and modify the intensity or direction of the listener's behavior. Howard and Rice (1988)…
Descriptors: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Verbal Communication, Verbal Stimuli, Listening Comprehension
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Hugo Curiel; Emily S. L. Curiel; Santos Villanueva; Carlos Eduardo Garza Ayala; Alexander S. Cadigan – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
This study demonstrates the use of two web-based programs, one to identify video preferences and the other to assess their reinforcing effects. We used the Multiple-Stimulus-Without-Replacement Preference Assessment Tool (MSWO PAT) to identify the video preference hierarchies of seven participants, ages 4-11 years old. We then used a customized…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Computer Software, Video Technology, Visual Aids
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David Schena II; Rocío Rosales; James L. Soldner – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Interteaching is a behavioral teaching method that has demonstrated efficacy in higher education. Of particular interest is the use of a preparation guide (a guided reading assignment), which is designed to promote engagement in the other areas of the interteaching process. The present study compared the use of a preparation guide completed before…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Teaching Methods, Tests, Curriculum Guides
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Brett W. Gelino; Madison E. Graham; Justin C. Strickland; Hannah W. Glatter; Steven R. Hursh; Derek D. Reed – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Many universities sponsor student-oriented transit services that could reduce alcohol-induced risks but only if services adequately anticipate and adapt to student needs. Human choice data offer an optimal foundation for planning and executing late-night transit services. In this simulated choice experiment, respondents opted to either (a) wait an…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Transportation, Evening Programs, Student Behavior
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Brittney M. Sureshkumar; Kimberley L. M. Zonneveld – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Unintentional injuries are one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). First aid training involves teaching critical first aid skills, some of which are designed to treat unintentional injuries. To date, no study has (a) evaluated the effects of a video-prompting…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Computer Mediated Communication, Video Technology, Health Services
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Katie M. Wiskow; Shrinidhi Subramaniam; Esteban Montenegro-Montenegro – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Equivalence-based instruction (EBI) is an efficient method that has been used to teach various skills, including content in college courses. This study extended the literature on EBI in higher education by teaching 13 graduate students to identify features of functional analysis conditions and variations. Equivalence-based instruction methods were…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Teaching Methods, Graduate Students, Learning Management Systems
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Matthew M. Laske; Florence D. DiGennaro Reed; J. Turner B. Braren – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
This study evaluated the efficacy of (a) remote video-based behavioral skills training (BST) with added speech outlines on teaching public speaking behaviors and (b) remote video-based awareness training (AT) on speech-disfluency rates. A multiple-baseline design across speech behaviors was used to evaluate the training. Remote video-based BST and…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Distance Education, Skill Development, Public Speaking
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Nathan A. Call; Alec M. Bernstein; Matthew J. O'Brien; Kelly M. Schieltz; Loukia Tsami; Dorothea C. Lerman; Wendy K. Berg; Scott D. Lindgren; Mark A. Connelly; David P. Wacker – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Clinicians report primarily using functional behavioral assessment (FBA) methods that do not include functional analyses. However, studies examining the correspondence between functional analyses and other types of FBAs have produced inconsistent results. In addition, although functional analyses are considered the gold standard, their…
Descriptors: Functional Behavioral Assessment, Evaluation Methods, Young Children, Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Alexandra N. Mercado Baez; Tyler-Curtis C. Elliott; Kevin M. Ayres – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Children should engage in at least 60 min of physical activity daily to develop or maintain healthy habits (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2021a). Previous research suggests that contingent attention is a powerful tool for increasing moderate to vigorous physical activity. In this study, the researchers examined the effects of a group…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Physical Activity Level, Physical Activities, Health Promotion
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Adam M. Briggs; Samantha J. Zohr; Olivia B. Harvey – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Behavioral skills training (BST) is an evidence-based approach for training individuals to implement discrete-trial teaching procedures. Despite the effectiveness of this approach, implementing BST can be time and resource intensive, which may interfere with a clinical organization's adoption of this training format. We conducted a scoping review…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Behavior Modification, Evidence Based Practice, Teaching Methods
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Javid A. Rahaman; Kevin C. Luczynski – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Behavioral readiness can take the form of communication and self-control skills during challenging situations that are correlated with the development of problem behavior. A skill-based approach can teach behavioral readiness using procedures that involve synthesized reinforcement, probabilistic reinforcement, and contingency-based delays;…
Descriptors: Applied Behavior Analysis, Readiness, Self Control, Behavior Problems
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Onur Kurt; Zehra Cevher; Metehan Kutlu – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effectiveness of video modeling to teach safety skills during earthquakes and postearthquake evacuation to children with autism. Three male children with autism, aged 9-10 years, participated in the study. The results indicate that video modeling was effective at promoting the acquisition of…
Descriptors: Preadolescents, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Seismology, Emergency Programs
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Colin Muething; Carolyn M. Ritchey; Nathan A. Call; Alexandra M. Hardee; Courtney R. Mauzy IV; Tracy Argueta; Meara X. H. McMahon; Christopher A. Podlesnik – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Functional communication training (FCT) is an evidence-based treatment for behavior targeted for reduction that often combines extinction for target responses and arranges functionally equivalent reinforcement for alternative behavior. Long-term effectiveness of FCT can become compromised when transitioning from clinic to nonclinic contexts or…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Behavior Modification, Reinforcement, Clinics
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Milad Najafichaghabouri; P. Raymond Joslyn; Emma Preston – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Children are interviewed to provide information about past events in various contexts (e.g., police interviews, court proceedings, therapeutic interviews). During an interview, various factors may influence the accuracy of children's responses to questions about recent events. However, behavioral research in this area is limited. Sparling et al.…
Descriptors: Questioning Techniques, Children, Responses, Accuracy
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Jessica L. Paranczak; Joseph M. Lambert; Jennifer R. Ledford; Bailey A. Copeland; M. Janey Macdonald – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2024
Recommendations for achieving generalized instructional outcomes often overlook the capacity for generative learning for most verbally competent humans. Four children (ages 5-8) participated in this project. In Study 1, we provided decontextualized discrete trial teaching to establish arbitrary relations between colors, pictures of characters, and…
Descriptors: Applied Behavior Analysis, Teaching Methods, Behavior Modification, Instructional Effectiveness
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