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The Effect of Varying Durations of Noncontingent Access to a Preferred Item on Compliance
The high-probability (high-p) sequence is frequently used to increase compliance. It involves presentation of a series of instructions with which a participant has historically complied immediately before the presentation ...
The Effects of the High Probability Instructional Sequence on Compliance with Multiple Low Probability Instructions
The high-probability (high-p) instructional sequence is an antecedent intervention often used to improve compliance with instructions. It typically consists of multiple high-p instructions followed by a single low-probability ...