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Author(s): Rebecca MacDonald, Shelly Sacramone, Renee Mansfield, Kristine Wiltz, & William H. Ahearn

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 043-055
... Rebecca MacDonald, Shelly Sacramone, Renee Mansfield, Kristine Wiltz, William H. Ahearn. (2009). Using video modeling to teach reciprocal pretend play to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 43-55.The purpose of the present study was to use video modeling to teach children with autism to engage in reciprocal pretend play with typically developing peers. Scripted play scenarios involving various verbalizations and play actions with adults as models were videotaped. Two children with autism were each paired with a typically developing child, ...
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Author(s): Sainato, D. M., Goldstein, H., & Strain, P. S.

Year:
1992
   Volume: 25
   Pages: 127-141
... Sainato, D. M., Goldstein, H., Strain, P. S. (1992). Effects of self-evaluation on preschool children's use of social interaction strategies with their classmates with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25, 127-141.This study investigated effects of a self-evaluation procedure on preschool children's use of social interaction strategies among their classmates with autism. Three triads of children (comprised of 1 trained normally developing peer, 1 untrained peer, and 1 child with autism) participated. A multiple baseline design ...
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Author(s): Pierce, K., & Schreibman, L.

Year:
1997
   Volume: 30
   Pages: 157-160
... Pierce, K.,& Schreibman, L. (1997). Multiple peer use of pivotal response training to increase social behaviors of classmates with autism: Results from trained and untrained peers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 157-160.Two children with autism and 8 typical peers participated in a study designed to replicate an earlier finding of successful social-skills intervention for children with autism using peer-implemented pivotal response training (PRT) and to assess the effects of using multiple peer trainers on generalization of treatment effects. During training, ...
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Author(s): Ryan Bergstrom, Adel C. Najdowski, & Jonathan Tarbox

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 191-195
... Ryan Bergstrom, Adel C. Najdowski, Jonathan Tarbox (2012). Teaching children with autism to seek help when lost in public. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 191-195.Children with autism may not develop safety skills (e.g., help-seeking behaviors) without explicit teaching. One potentially hazardous situation is when a child with autism becomes separated from caregivers in a retail establishment or other public setting. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a treatment package (rules, role playing, and praise) delivered in ...
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Author(s): Linda A. LeBlanc, Sheryl Losowski-Sullivan, & Andrew R. Riley

Year:
2010
   Volume: 43
   Pages: 559-563
... Linda A. LeBlanc, Sheryl Losowski-Sullivan,& Andrew R. Riley (2010). Review of Schreibman's The Science and Fiction of Autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 43, 559-563.Although the awareness of autism in the general public has increased significantly over the past 20 years, much of the widely disseminated information is not fully grounded in scientific fact. In The Science and Fiction of Autism (2005), Laura Schreibman addresses a series of debates and controversies in areas ranging from diagnostic practices and etiological theories to effective ...
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Author(s): Kamps, D. M., Barbetta, P. M., Leonard, B. R., & Delquadri, J.

Year:
1994
   Volume: 27
   Pages: 49-61
... Kamps, D. M., Barbetta, P. M., Leonard, B. R.,& Delquadri, J. (1994). Classwide peer tutoring: An integration strategy to improve reading skills and promote peer interactions among students with autism and general education peers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27, 49-61.A multiple baseline design across subjects with a reversal was used to examine the effects of classwide peer tutoring relative to traditional reading instruction on reading skills and social interaction time for 3 high-functioning students with ...
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Author(s): Deborah A. Napolitano, Tristram Smith, Jennifer R. Zarcone, Karen Goodkin, & David B. McAdam

Year:
2010
   Volume: 43
   Pages: 265-271
... Deborah A. Napolitano, Tristram Smith, Jennifer R. Zarcone, Karen Goodkin, David B. McAdam (2010). Increasing response diversity in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 43, 265-271.Repetitive and invariant behavior is a diagnostic feature of autism. We implemented a lag reinforcement schedule to increase response diversity for 6 participants with autism aged 6 to 10 years, 4 of whom also received prompting plus additional training. These procedures appeared to increase the variety of building-block structures, demonstrating that an intervention that ...
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Author(s): Pierce, K. L., & Schreibman, L.

Year:
1994
   Volume: 27
   Pages: 471-481
... Pierce, K. L.,& Schreibman, L. (1994). Teaching daily living skills to children with autism in unsupervised settings through pictorial self-management. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27, 471-481.We investigated the efficacy of pictorial self-management to teach daily living skills to 3 low-functioning children with autism. Stimulus and response generalization, stimulus control of self-management materials, and maintenance of behavior change were also assessed. Results showed that children with autism could successfully use pictures to manage their behavior in the absence of a treatment ...
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Author(s): Alison Betz, Thomas S. Higbee, & Kara A. Reagon

Year:
2008
   Volume: 41
   Pages: 237-241
... Alison Betz, Thomas S. Higbee, Kara A. Reagon. Using joint activity schedules to promote peer engagement in preschoolers with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2008, 41, 237-241.We assessed the use of a joint activity schedule to increase peer engagement for preschoolers with autism. We taught 3 dyads of preschoolers with autism to follow joint activity schedules that cued both members of the pair to play a sequence of interactive games together. Results indicated that joint activity schedules increased peer engagement and the number of games completed ...
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Author(s): Dorothea C. Lerman, Christina Vorndran, Laura Addison, & Stephanie A. C. Kuhn

Year:
2004
   Volume: 37
   Pages: 11-26
... Dorothea C. Lerman, Christina Vorndran, Laura Addison, Stephanie A. C. Kuhn (2004). A rapid assessment of skills in young children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 11-26.Educational interventions based on the principles of behavior analysis are highly effective for establishing skills in young children with autism. As a first step in program development, the child ? s current skill level is determined by evaluating performance on tasks drawn from a preestablished curriculum. However, few specific guidelines have been delineated for ...
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Author(s): Caio F. Miguel, Heejean G. Yang, Heather E. Finn, & William H. Ahearn

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 703-709
... Caio F. Miguel, Heejean G. Yang, Heather E. Finn, William H. Ahearn. (2009) Establishing derived textual control in activity schedules with children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 703-709.Activity schedules are often used to facilitate task engagement and transition for children with autism. This study evaluated whether conditional discrimination training would serve to transfer the control from activity-schedule pictures to printed words (i.e., derived textual control). Two preschoolers with autism were taught to select pictures and printed ...
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Author(s): Koegel, L. K., Koegel, R. L., Hurley, C., & Frea, W. D.

Year:
1992
   Volume: 25
   Pages: 341-353
... Koegel, L. K., Koegel, R. L., Hurley, C., Frea, W. D. (1992). Improving social skills and disruptive behavior in children with autism through self-management. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25, 341-353.The literature suggests that children with autism typically are unresponsive to verbal initiations from others in community settings, and that such unresponsiveness can lead to problematic social interactions and severely disruptive behavior. The present study assessed whether self-management could be used as a technique to produce ...
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Author(s): Sarah K. Slocum, Sarah J. Miller, & Jeffrey H. Tiger

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 619-624
... Sarah K. Slocum, Sarah J. Miller, Jeffrey H. Tiger (2012). Using a blocked-trials procedure to teach identity matching to a child with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 619-624.Children with autism may struggle in developing conditional discrimination repertoires. Saunders and Spradlin (1989, 1990, 1993) arranged "blocked" teaching trials in which they presented the same sample stimulus repeatedly across trials (in lieu of randomly alternating targets across trials) and then faded the number of trials in each block ...
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Author(s): David E. Kuhn, Samantha L. Hardesty, & Nicole M. Sweeney

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 355-360
... David E. Kuhn, Samantha L. Hardesty, Nicole M. Sweeney. (2009). Assessment and treatment of excessive straightening and destructive behavior in an adolescent diagnosed with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 355-360.Repetitive behaviors such as excessive straightening are commonly observed among individuals with autism. Attempts to prevent these behaviors may increase the likelihood of other problem behaviors. The present study was designed to assess and treat the excessive straightening and associated destructive behaviors of a 16-year-old boy who had been diagnosed with autism and ...
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Author(s): Kara A. Reagon & Thomas S. Higbee

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 659-664
... Kara A. Reagon Thomas S. Higbee. (2009) Parent-implemented script fading to promote play-based verbal initiations in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 659-664.We trained 3 mothers of children with autism to create, implement, and systematically fade scripts to promote vocal initiations during play. All 3 children's scripted and unscripted initiations increased after the introduction and fading of scripts, and unscripted initiations were maintained at the 2-week follow-up. The results indicate that parents of children with autism can successfully implement script-fading procedures in ...
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Author(s): Alonna Marcus & David A. Wilder

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 335-341
... Alonna Marcus David A. Wilder. (2009). A comparison of peer video modeling and self video modeling to teach textual responses in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 335-341.Peer video modeling was compared to self video modeling to teach 3 children with autism to respond appropriately to (i.e., identify or label) novel letters. A combination multiple baseline and multielement design was used to compare the two procedures. Results showed that all 3 participants met the mastery criterion in the self modeling condition ...
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Author(s): Schepis, M. M., Reid, D. H., Behrmann, M. M., & Sutton, K. A.

Year:
1998
   Volume: 31
   Pages: 561-578
... Schepis, M. M., Reid, D. H., Behrmann, M. M.,& Sutton, K. A. (1998). Increasing communicative interactions of young children with autism using a voice output communication aid and naturalistic teaching. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 31, 561-578.We evaluated the effects of a voice output communication aid (VOCA) and naturalistic teaching procedures on the communicative interactions of young children with autism. A teacher and three assistants were taught to use naturalistic teaching strategies to ...
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Author(s): Nicole M. Rodriguez, Rachel H. Thompson, Kevin Schlichenmeyer, & Corey S. Stocco

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 001-022
... Nicole M. Rodriguez, Rachel H. Thompson, Kevin Schlichenmeyer, Corey S. Stocco (2012). Functional analysis and treatment of arranging and ordering by individuals with an autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 001-022.Of the diagnostic features of autism, relatively little research has been devoted to restricted and repetitive behavior, particularly topographically complex forms of restricted and repetitive behavior such as rigidity in routines or compulsive-like behavior (e.g., arranging objects in patterns or rows). Like vocal or motor stereotypy ...
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Author(s): Schepis, M. M., Reid, D. H., Behrmann, M. M., & Sutton, K. A.

Year:
1998
   Volume: 31
   Pages: 561-578
... Schepis, M. M., Reid, D. H., Behrmann, M. M.,& Sutton, K. A. (1998). Increasing communicative interactions of young children with autism using a voice output communication aid and naturalistic teaching. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 31, 561-578.We evaluated the effects of a voice output communication aid (VOCA) and naturalistic teaching procedures on the communicative interactions of young children with autism. A teacher and three assistants were taught to use naturalistic teaching strategies to ...
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Author(s): Bridget A. Taylor & Hannah Hoch

Year:
2008
   Volume: 41
   Pages: 377-391
... Bridget A. Taylor Hannah Hoch. Teaching children with autism to respond to and initiate bids for joint attention. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41, 377-391.A multiple baseline design across 3 children with autism was used to assess the effects of prompting and social reinforcement to teach participants to respond to an adult's bid for joint attention and to initiate bids for joint attention. Participants were taught to respond to an adult's bid for joint attention by looking in the direction of an object at which the adult pointed, by making a ...
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Author(s): Thiemann, K. S., & Goldstein, H.

Year:
2001
   Volume: 34
   Pages: 425-446
... Thiemann, K. S.& Goldstein, H. (2001). Social stories, written text cues, and video feedback: Effects on social communication of children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 34, 425-446.This study investigated the effects of written text and pictorial cuing with supplemental video feedback on the social communication of 5 students with autism and social deficits. Two peers without disabilities participated as social partners with each child with autism to form five triads. Treatment was implemented twice per week and consisted of ...
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Author(s): Miller, N., & Neuringer, A.

Year:
2000
   Volume: 33
   Pages: 151-165
... Miller, N.,& Neuringer, A. (2000). Reinforcing variability in adolescents with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 33, 151-165.Five adolescents with autism, 5 adult control participants, and 4 child controls received rewards for varying their sequences of responses while playing a computer game. In preceding and following phases, rewards were provided at approximately the same rate but were independent of variability. The most important finding was that, when reinforced, variability increased significantly in all groups. Reinforced variability could provide ...
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Author(s): Emily A. Jones, Kathleen M. Feeley, & Jennifer Takacs

Year:
2007
   Volume: 40
   Pages: 565-570
... Emily A. Jones, Kathleen M. Feeley, Jennifer Takacs (2007). Teaching spontaneous responses to young children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 565-570.Using a multiple probe design across responses, we demonstrated the effectiveness of intensive intervention in establishing spontaneous verbal responses to 2 3-year-old children with autism with generalization to novel settings involving novel persons. Intervention involved discrete-trial instruction (i.e., repeated instructional opportunities presented in close proximity to high rates of reinforcement), specific prompts, and error correction. Spontaneous ...
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Author(s): Leung, J., & Wu, K.

Year:
1997
   Volume: 30
   Pages: 59-67
... Leung, J.,& Wu, K. (1997). Teaching receptive naming of Chinese characters by incorporating echolalia to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 59-67.The facilitative effect of incorporating echolalia on teaching receptive naming of Chinese characters to children with autism was assessed. In Experiment 1, echoing the requested character name prior to the receptive naming task facilitated matching a character to its name. In addition, task performance was consistently maintained only when echolalia preceded the receptive manual response. Positive results ...
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Author(s): Daniel B. Shabani & Wayne W. Fisher

Year:
2006
   Volume: 39
   Pages: 449-452
... Daniel B. Shabani Wayne W. Fisher. (2006) Stimulus fading and differential reinforcement for the treatment of needle phobia in a youth with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 39, 449-452.Stimulus fading in the form of gradually increased exposure to a fear-evoking stimulus, often combined with differential reinforcement, has been used to treat phobias in children who are otherwise normal and in children with autism. In this investigation, we applied stimulus fading plus differential reinforcement with an adolescent with autism and diabetes whose needle phobia had prevented ...
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Author(s): Wayne W. Fisher, Tiffany Kodak, & James W. Moore

Year:
2007
   Volume: 40
   Pages: 489-499
... Wayne W. Fisher, Tiffany Kodak, James W. Moore (2007). Embedding an identity-matching task within a prompting hierarchy to facilitate acquisition of conditional discriminations in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 489-499.Least-to-most prompting hierarchies (e.g., progressing from verbal to modeled to physical prompts until the target response occurs) may be ineffective when the prompts do not cue the individual to attend to the relevant stimulus dimensions. In such cases, emission of the target response persistently requires one or more of ...
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Author(s): Joshua B. Plavnick & Summer J. Ferreri

Year:
2011
   Volume: 44
   Pages: 747-766
... Joshua B. Plavnick Summer J. Ferreri (2011). Establishing verbal repertoires in children with autism using function-based video modeling. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 747-766.Previous research suggests that language-training procedures for children with autism might be enhanced following an assessment of conditions that evoke emerging verbal behavior. The present investigation examined a methodology to teach recognizable mands based on environmental variables known to evoke participants' idiosyncratic communicative responses in the natural environment. An alternating treatments design was used during Experiment 1 to identify the variables that were ...
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Author(s): Heather E. Finn, Caio F. Miguel, & William H. Ahearn

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 265-280
... Heather E. Finn, Caio F. Miguel, William H. Ahearn (2012). The emergence of untrained mands and tacts in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 265-280.Despite Skinner's (1957) assertion that verbal operants are initially functionally independent, recent studies have suggested that in some cases the acquisition of one verbal operant (e.g., mand) gives rise to the other (e.g., tact) without explicit training. The present study aimed to evaluate the functional independence of mands ...
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Author(s): Pierce, K., & Schreibman, L.

Year:
1995
   Volume: 28
   Pages: 285-295
... Pierce, K.,& Schreibman, L. (1995). Increasing complex social behaviors in children with autism: Effects of peer-implemented pivotal response training. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 28, 285-295.Two children with autism were taught to engage in a variety of complex social behaviors using peer-implemented pivotal response training (PRT), a set of procedures designed to increase motivation and promote generalization. Typical peers were taught to implement PRT strategies by modeling, role playing, and didactic instruction. After training, peers implemented the ...
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Author(s): Taylor, B. A. , & Harris, S. L.

Year:
1995
   Volume: 28
   Pages: 3-14
... Taylor, B. A.,& Harris, S. L. (1995). Teaching children with autism to seek information: Acquisition of novel information and generalization of responding. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 28, 3-14.A time delay procedure was used to teach 3 children with autism to ask the question "What's that?" when novel stimuli were presented during an instructional task. Once the ability to ask the question was acquired, the children's ability to learn novel information by asking the question was assessed. ...
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Author(s): Kennedy, C. H., Meyer, K. A., Knowles, T., & Shukla, S.

Year:
2000
   Volume: 33
   Pages: 559-571
... Kennedy, C. H., Meyer, K. A., Knowles, T.,& Shukla, S. (2000). Analyzing the multiple functions of stereotypical behavior for students with autism: Implications for assessment and treatment. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 33, 559-571.We studied behavioral functions associated with stereotypical responses for students with autism. In Study 1, analogue functional analyses (attention, demand, no-attention, and recreation conditions) were conducted for 5 students. Results suggested that stereotypy was multiply determined ...
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Author(s): Amy S. Polick, James E. Carr, & Nicole M. Hanney

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 593-599
... Amy S. Polick, James E. Carr, Nicole M. Hanney (2012). A comparison of general and descriptive praise in teaching intraverbal behavior to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 593-599.Descriptive praise has been recommended widely as an important teaching tactic for children with autism, despite the absence of published supporting evidence. We compared the effects of descriptive and general praise on the acquisition and maintenance of intraverbal skills with 2 children with autism. The results showed slight advantages of descriptive praise in ...
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Author(s): Averil Schiff, Jonathan Tarbox, Taira Lanagan, & Peter Farag

Year:
2011
   Volume: 44
   Pages: 381-385
... Averil Schiff, Jonathan Tarbox, Taira Lanagan, Peter Farag (2011). Establishing compliance with liquid medication administration in a child with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 381-385.Children with autism often display difficulty with swallowing pills and liquid medications. In the current study, stimulus fading and positive reinforcement established compliance with liquid medication administration in a young boy with autism. The boy's mother eventually administered liquid medication on her own. Key words: liquid medication, autism, stimulus fading ...
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Author(s): Krista S. Keintz, Caio F. Miguel, Betty Kao, & Heather E. Finn

Year:
2011
   Volume: 44
   Pages: 909-913
... Krista S. Keintz, Caio F. Miguel, Betty Kao, Heather E. Finn (2011). Using conditional discrimination training to produce emergent relations between coins and their values in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 909-913.The current study evaluated the effects of conditional discrimination (listener) training with coins on the emergence of novel stimulus relations, textual behavior, tacts, and intraverbals. Two preschoolers with autism were taught 3 relations among coins, their names, and values. After initial training ...
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Author(s): Jonathan Tarbox, Wendy Madrid, Barbara Aguilar, Wendy Jacobo, & Averil Schiff

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 901-906
... Jonathan Tarbox, Wendy Madrid, Barbara Aguilar, Wendy Jacobo, Averil Schiff. (2009) Use of chaining to increase complexity of echoics in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 901-906.Echoics are a critical target of language intervention for children with autism, because a well-established echoic repertoire on the part of the child allows the clinician to use vocal modeling as a flexible, low-effort prompting procedure during teaching. In this study, we implemented a chaining procedure to increase the complexity of echoics in 2 children ...
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Author(s): Amanda M. Karsten & James E. Carr

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 327-334
... in. }else{ $isLoggedin= check_auth_user(); // Check Individual user logged in.}? Amanda M. Karsten James E. Carr. (2009). The effects of differential reinforcement of unprompted responding on the skill acquisition of children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 327-334.The recommendation to reserve the most potent reinforcers for unprompted responses during acquisition programming has little published empirical support for its purported benefits (e.g., rapid acquisition, decreased errors, and decreased prompt dependence). ...
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Author(s): Charlop-Christy, M. H., Carpenter, M., Le, L., LeBlanc, L. A., & Kellet, K.

Year:
2002
   Volume: 35
   Pages: 213-231
... Charlop-Christy, M. H., Carpenter, M., Le, L., LeBlanc, L. A.,& Kellet, K. (2002). Using the picture exchange communication system (PECS) with children with autism: Assessment of pecs acquisition, speech, social-communicative behavior, and problem behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 35, 213-231.The picture exchange communication system (PECS) is an augmentative communication system frequently used with children with autism (Bondy& Frost, 1994; Siegel, 2000 ...
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Author(s): Young, J. M., Krantz, P. J., McClannahan, L. E., & Poulson, C. L.

Year:
1994
   Volume: 27
   Pages: 685-697
... Young, J. M., Krantz, P. J., McClannahan, L. E.,& Poulson, C. L. (1994). Generalized imitation and response-class formation in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27, 685-697.An experimental analysis of imitation was conducted to examine the influence of response topography on generalization of imitation across three response types. Four children with autism were presented with both reinforced training trials and nonreinforced probe trials of models from vocal, toy-play, and pantomime response ...
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Author(s): Sharon A. Reeve, Kenneth F. Reeve, Dawn Buffington Townsend, & Claire L. Poulson

Year:
2007
   Volume: 40
   Pages: 123-136
... Sharon A. Reeve, Kenneth F. Reeve, Dawn Buffington Townsend, Claire L. Poulson (2007). Establishing a generalized repertoire of helping behavior in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 123-136.The present study used a multiple baseline across participants design to assess whether 4 children with autism could learn a generalized repertoire of helping adults with different tasks through the use of a multicomponent teaching package. Different helping responses were taught in the presence of multiple exemplars of discriminative stimuli drawn from experimenter-defined categories of ...
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Author(s): Dixon, M. R., & Cummings, A.

Year:
2001
   Volume: 34
   Pages: 491-495
... Dixon, M. R.,& Cummings, A. (2001). Self-control in children with autism: Response allocation during delays to reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 34, 491-495.This study examined the use of a progressive-delay schedule of reinforcement to increase self-control and decrease disruptive behavior in children with autism. When initially given the choice between an immediate smaller reinforcer and a larger delayed reinforcer, all participants chose the smaller reinforcer. When access to the larger reinforcer required either no activity or engaging in a concurrent ...
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Author(s): Christina L. Fragale, Mark F. O’Reilly, Jeannie Aguilar, Nigel Pierce, Russell Lang, Jeff Sigafoos, & Giulio Lancioni

Year:
2012
   Volume: 45
   Pages: 565-577
... Christina L. Fragale, Mark F. O'Reilly, Jeannie Aguilar, Nigel Pierce, Russell Lang, Jeff Sigafoos, Giulio Lancioni (2012). The influence of motivating operations on generalization probes of specific mands by children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 565-577.We investigated the influence of motivating operations on the generalization of newly taught mands across settings and communication partners for 3 children with autism. Two conditions were implemented prior to generalization probes. In the first condition, participants were given access to a preferred ...
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Author(s): Gena, A., Krantz, P. J., McClannahan, L. E., & Poulson, C. L.

Year:
1996
   Volume: 29
   Pages: 291-304
... Gena, A., Krantz, P. J., McClannahan, L. E.,& Poulson, C. L. (1996). Training and generalization of affective behavior displayed by youth with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 29, 291-304.The purpose of this study was to teach contextually appropriate affective behavior to 4 youths with autism. Treatment consisted of modeling, prompting, and reinforcement introduced in a multiple baseline design across response categories of affective behavior. During treatment, verbal praise and tokens were ...
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Author(s): Jessica A. Schrandt, Dawn Buffington Townsend, & Claire L. Poulson

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 017-032
... Jessica A. Schrandt, Dawn Buffington Townsend, Claire L. Poulson. Teaching empathy skills to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 17-32.The purpose of this study was to teach empathetic responding to 4 children with autism. Instructors presented vignettes with dolls and puppets demonstrating various types of affect and used prompt delay, modeling, manual prompts, behavioral rehearsals, and reinforcement to teach participants to perform empathy responses. Increases in empathetic responding occurred systematically with the introduction of treatment across all participants and response categories ...
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Author(s): Gladys Williams, José Julio Carnerero, & Luis Antonio Pérez-González

Year:
2006
   Volume: 39
   Pages: 233-237
... Gladys Williams, José Julio Carnerero, Luis Antonio Pérez-González. (2006) Generalization of tacting actions in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 39, 233-237.This intervention compared the effects of two procedures on the generalization of a tacting repertoire (labeling) in 6 children with autism spectrum disorder. In one procedure the verbal antecedent stimulus ? What is she doing?? appeared together with a person performing an action; in the other procedure, the antecedent stimulus was just the presence of the action. In initial ...
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Author(s): Svein Eikeseth & Diane W. Hayward

Year:
2009
   Volume: 42
   Pages: 807-812
... Svein Eikeseth Diane W. Hayward. (2009) The discrimination of object names and object sounds in children with autism: A procedure for teaching verbal comprehension. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 807-812.We assessed whether 2 preschoolers with autism learned to discriminate between the sounds of musical instruments more rapidly than the spoken names of the instruments. After the children learned the sound-object relations more rapidly than the name-object relations, we then evaluated a prompt-delay procedure for transferring stimulus control from the sounds to the names of the instruments. ...
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Author(s): Carol Murphy & Dermot Barnes-Holmes

Year:
2010
   Volume: 43
   Pages: 537-541
... Carol Murphy& Dermot Barnes-Holmes (2010). Establishing five derived mands in three adolescent boys with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 43, 537-541.Three 14-year-old boys with diagnoses of autism learned to mand for the delivery or removal of tokens by presenting nonsense syllables (A 1-5, respectively). A match-to-sample procedure was used t o establish conditional discriminations between the 5 A stimuli and 5 B stimuli and between the B stimuli and 5 C stimuli. Subsequently, each participant was able to use the C stimuli to mand ...
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Author(s): Jeffrey M. Chan & Mark F. O’Reilly

Year:
2008
   Volume: 41
   Pages: 405-409
... Jeffrey M. Chan Mark F. O ? Reilly. (2008) A social stories™ intervention package for students with autism in inclusive classroom settings. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41, 405-409.A Social Stories intervention package was used to teach 2 students with autism to read Social Stories, answer comprehension questions, and engage in role plays. Appropriate social behaviors increased and inappropriate behaviors decreased for both participants, and the effects were maintained for up to 10 months. This intervention package appears to be useful in inclusive classroom ...
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Author(s): Bridget A. Taylor, Carrie E. Hughes, Erin Richard, Hannah Hoch, & Andrea Rodriquez Coello

Year:
2004
   Volume: 37
   Pages: 79-82
... Bridget A. Taylor, Carrie E. Hughes, Erin Richard, Hannah Hoch,& Andrea Rodriquez Coello (2004). Teaching teenagers with autism to seek assistance when lost. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 79-82.Three teenagers with autism were taught to respond to a vibrating pager to seek assistance in community settings when physically separated from their parents or teachers. A multiple baseline probe design across participants demonstrated that, upon being paged, participants successfully handed a communication card to a community member indicating that they were lost ...
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Author(s): Denise Marzullo-Kerth, Sharon A. Reeve, Kenneth F. Reeve, & Dawn B. Townsend

Year:
2011
   Volume: 44
   Pages: 279-294
... Denise Marzullo-Kerth, Sharon A. Reeve, Kenneth F. Reeve, Dawn B. Townsend (2011). Using multiple-exemplar training to teach a generalized repertoire of sharing to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 279-294.The current study examined the utility of multiple-exemplar training to teach children with autism to share. Stimuli from 3 of 4 categories were trained using a treatment package of video modeling, prompting, and reinforcement. Offers to share increased for all 3 children following the introduction of treatment, with evidence ...
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Author(s): L. Perry Lattimore, Marsha B. Parsons, & Dennis H. Reid

Year:
2006
   Volume: 39
   Pages: 091-102
... L. Perry Lattimore, Marsha B. Parsons, Dennis H. Reid. (2006) Enhancing job-site training of supported workers with autism: a reemphasis on simulation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 39, 91-102.Currently recommended practice in supported work emphasizes training job skills to workers with severe disabilities while on the job. Early behavioral research indicated that skills needed in natural environments could also be trained in simulated settings. We compared job-site plus simulation training for teaching job skills to supported workers with autism to provision of training exclusively ...
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