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The Effects of Various Instruction Ratios During the Use of the High Probability Instructional Sequence to Increase Compliance
Noncompliance is a common behavior problem exhibited by individuals who are typically developing as well as individuals with intellectual disabilities. The high probability sequence, an antecedent intervention, has proven ...
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 ...