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Does Training Multiple Alternative Responses Mitigate Resurgence?
Resurgence is a type of treatment relapse that occurs when an extinguished behavior reappears once a more recently reinforced behavior is placed on extinction. Resurgence of problem behavior often occurs when treatment-integrity ...
An Evaluation of Static versus Dynamic Instructional Stimuli on Generalization of Action Tacts
Researchers have noted that children with autism have difficulty generalizing responses to stimuli outside of those used in training. Some studies have analyzed ways to promote generalization such as using concurrent ...
Effects of Rich and Lean Treatment Contexts on Renewal
Relapse of problem behavior following behavioral intervention can occur for many reasons, including a change in setting after treatment. Reappearance of a previously extinguished behavior due to a context change is termed ...
Quantifying Errors of Bias and Discriminability Emitted by Children during a Matching-to-Sample Task
Children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) make errors during discrimination training regardless of antecedent or consequent procedures implemented to decrease errors. Further, these interventions are not ...