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A procedure for decreasing problem behavior in which reinforcement is contingent on the absence of the problem behavior during or at specific times

Differential reinforcement of other behavior

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DRO

Differential reinforcement of other behavior

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DRA

Differential reinforcement of alternative behavior

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A procedure for decreasing problem behavior in which reinforcement is delivered for behavior that serves as a desirable alternative to the behavior targeted for reduction and withheld following instances of the problem behavior

Differential reinforcement of alternative behavior

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A systematic method of assessment for obtaining information about the purpose of a problem behavior service for a person

Functional behavior assessment

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FCT

Functional communication training

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And antecedent intervention and which inappropriate communicative behavior is taught as a replacement behavior for problem behavior usually evokes by an establishing operation

Functional communication training

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Behavior who’s reinforcement is mediated by a listener

Verbal behavior

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Speaker

Someone who engages in verbal behavior by emitting Mands, tact’s, intraverbals, autoclitics, and so on

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Listener

Someone who provides reinforcement for verbal behavior

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Verbal operants

Mand
Tact
Echoic
Intraverbal
Codic
Duplic

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Nonverbal operants

Manded stimulus selection
Manded compliance

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An elementary verbal operant that is evoked by an MO and followed by a specific reinforcement

Mand

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An elementary verbal
Operants evoked by a nonverbal discriminative stimulus and followed by generalized conditioned reinforcement

Tact

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And elementary verbal operant that is evoked by a verbal discriminative stimulus that does not have a point to point correspondence with that verbal stimulus

Intraverbal

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An elementary verbal operant involving a response that is evoked by a verbal discriminative stimulus that has point to point correspondence but not formal similarity between the stimulus behavior and consequence

Codic: textual

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And elementary verbal operant involving a spoken verbal stimulus that evokes a written typed or finger spelled response

Codic: Transcription

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And elementary verbal operant involving a response that is evoked be verbal discriminative stimulus that has point-to-point correspondence and formal similarity with the response

Duplic; echoic

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And elementary verbal operant that is evoked by a non-vocal verbal discriminative stimulus that has point-to-point correspondence and formal similarity with the corresponding response

Duplic; copying words

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Purple discriminative stimulus in the form of signs

Duplic: imitating signs

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Single verbal response is a function of more than one variable and what is said has more than one antecedent source of control

Multiply controlled operant

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A secondary verbal operant in with some aspect of the speakers and verbal behavior functions as a discriminative stimulus or a motivating operation for additional speaker verbal behavior

Autoclitic

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Selecting a named item or following a direction to complete a task

Manded stimulus selection

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When a response form occurs reliably as one specific operant gradually introduce the antecedent and consequent conditions of a new operant and fade the conditions of the original operant until this same response form occurs as the new operant

Transferring stimulus control from one operant to another

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Saying words
Forming gestures or signs
Writing word
Making distinctive sounds

Topography based response forms

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Learners will be able to acquire more skills and communicate a greater variety of messages with more detail to a smaller audience

With signs

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Learners will be able to acquire if you were skills to communicate if you were and less detailed messages but to a larger audience

With picture selection

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Pointing to pictures symbols or words on a board or an electronic device without voice output

selecting pictures and symbols are words and handing these pictures to another person

touching pictures symbols or words on an electronic device with voice output

activating a switch which selects pictures symbols or words on an electronic device with the voice output

typing letters and words

making braille patterns with the braille writer

pointing to her touching items

Selection based response forms

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With signs a learner will be able to

Say more to less people

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What overcomes the independence of the operants?

Stimulus control transfer procedures