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The effects of intertrial interval and instructional format on skill acquisition and maintenance for children with autism spectrum disorders
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The effects of intertrial interval and instructional format on skill acquisition and maintenance for children with autism spectrum disorders

Cariveau, Tom ; Kodak, Tiffany ; Campbell, Vincent

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 2016-12, Vol.49 (4), p.809-825 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Hoboken, USA: Wiley Subscription Services, Inc

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THE EFFECTS OF BLOCKING MOUTHING OF LEISURE ITEMS ON THEIR EFFECTIVENESS AS REINFORCERS
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THE EFFECTS OF BLOCKING MOUTHING OF LEISURE ITEMS ON THEIR EFFECTIVENESS AS REINFORCERS

Tarbox, Rachel S. F ; Tarbox, Jonathan ; Ghezzi, Patrick M ; Wallace, Michele D ; Yoo, J. Helen

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 2007, Vol.40 (4), p.761-765 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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TOWARD AN EMPIRICAL METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING MATCHED STIMULATION FOR AUTOMATICALLY REINFORCED BEHAVIOR: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
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TOWARD AN EMPIRICAL METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING MATCHED STIMULATION FOR AUTOMATICALLY REINFORCED BEHAVIOR: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION

Rapp, John T

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 2006, Vol.39 (1), p.137-140 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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ANALYZING THE MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS OF STEREOTYPICAL BEHAVIOR FOR STUDENTS WITH AUTISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT
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ANALYZING THE MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS OF STEREOTYPICAL BEHAVIOR FOR STUDENTS WITH AUTISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT

Kennedy, Craig H ; Meyer, Kim A ; Knowles, Tanya ; Shukla, Smita

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 2000, Vol.33 (4), p.559-571 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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A COMPONENT ANALYSIS OF “STEREOTYPY AS REINFORCEMENT” FOR ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIOR
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A COMPONENT ANALYSIS OF “STEREOTYPY AS REINFORCEMENT” FOR ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIOR

Hanley, Gregory P ; Iwata, Brian A ; Thompson, Rachel H ; Lindberg, Jana S

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 2000, Vol.33 (3), p.285-297 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR MAINTAINED BY STEREOTYPIC OBJECT MANIPULATION
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ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR MAINTAINED BY STEREOTYPIC OBJECT MANIPULATION

Fisher, Wayne W ; Lindauer, Steven E ; Alterson, Cindy J ; Thompson, Rachel H

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 1998, Vol.31 (4), p.513-527 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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THE EFFECTS OF ADVANCE NOTICE OF ACTIVITY TRANSITIONS ON STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIOR
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THE EFFECTS OF ADVANCE NOTICE OF ACTIVITY TRANSITIONS ON STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIOR

Tustin, R. Don

Journal of applied behavior analysis, 1995, Vol.28 (1), p.91-92 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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