Teaching Children with Autism to Discriminate the Reinforced and Non-reinforced Responses of others: Implications for Observational Learning

Teaching Children with Autism to Discriminate the Reinforced and Non-reinforced Responses of others: Implications for Observational Learning

DeQuinzio, J., & Taylor, B. (2015). Teaching children with autism to discriminate the reinforced and nonreinforced responses of others: Implications for observational learning. Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis, 48(1), 38-51. doi: 10.1002/jaba.192

This study aimed to investigate the behavior of teaching children with autism when it comes to discriminate between reinforced  and non-reinforced responses of the adult model.

Consequently, three autism participants took part namely Rose 6, Leah 9, Mary 12 and Mark 7. The model applied assessed the effectiveness of

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