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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 ...
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 ...
The Effects of Lag Reinforcement Schedules and Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Responding on Reinforced Variability and Resurgence
Differential reinforcement of an alternative responding (DRA) is a commonly used procedure to teach children with ASD more functionally and socially appropriate skills and decrease problem behavior. However, resurgence ...