clinical Methods Definitions Test 3
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- Pretreatment measure of behavior; rate of response in the absence of planned intervention. 4 steps in baselining:
- Behavior is specified
- Appropriate stimuli selection
- Response Record prep
- Trials are administered
Procedures to assess generalized production of responses
Gradual modification of a behavior as reinforcement follows variations that progressively approximate a final form of the behavior
Stimulus that has been often present when a response has been reinforced and comes to influence the likelihood of that response occurring
Behavioral process in which old responses occur to new stimuli
Verbal stimuli/information that exerts stimulus control over the target response; describes what is expected in a task or how to produce a given response.
Prompt (vs. Cue)
Signal/primary stimuli given by the clinician to respond to a stimulus/task; typically verbal (e.g., "Tell me about this picture") but might take the form of a gesture or a nod. Most responses require this to evoke a response.
- Adjustment of various treatment factors to “fine tune” the learning experience of the client throughout treatment.
- Transfer/Maintenance--Spontaneous/natural conversation
Provided by clinicians to present the entire response that the client is to imitate. Models might be oral-auditory (e.g., phonemes in isolation or in syllables), verbal (e.g., words, phrases, sentences), or gestural (e.g., articulatory movements, sign language).
Relatively mimmediate reproduction of a significant portion of someone's preceding behavior
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