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Efficiently establishing concepts of inferential statistics and hypothesis decision making through contextually controlled equivalence classes.
Computerized lessons that reflect stimulus equivalence principles were used to teach college students concepts related to inferential statistics and hypothesis decision making. Lesson 1 taughtExpand
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Using Equivalence-Based Instruction to Increase Efficiency in Teaching Neuroanatomy
  • C. Pytte, Daniel Fienup
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of undergraduate neuroscience education…
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A goal of all instruction is to efficiently allocate time spent teaching -- balancing redundancy that enhances learning with redundancy that is irrelevant to increasing student understanding. Expand
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Inter-teaching: a systematic review
ABSTRACT Inter-teaching is teaching pedagogy that incorporates elements of behavior analytic approaches, including study guides, contingencies to induce self-regulation, students teaching each other,Expand
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Transportability of equivalence-based programmed instruction: efficacy and efficiency in a college classroom.
College students in a psychology research-methods course learned concepts related to inferential statistics and hypothesis decision making. One group received equivalence-based instruction onExpand
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Optimizing equivalence-based instruction: Effects of training protocols on equivalence class formation.
Two experiments evaluated the effects of the simple-to-complex and simultaneous training protocols on the formation of academically relevant equivalence classes. The simple-to-complex protocolExpand
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A Preliminary Evaluation of Reinstatement of Destructive Behavior Displayed by Individuals with Autism
Reinstatement is the recovery of previously extinguished responding during response-independent delivery of previously reinforcing stimuli. In this translational study, we examined reinstatement ofExpand
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A community support program for children with autism and their typically developing siblings
Siblings are a critical part of lifelong support for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). But siblings face their own social–emotional adjustment needs. These needs may be addressedExpand
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Peer-Video Modeling: Teaching Chained Social Game Behaviors to Children with ASD
There is considerable research focusing on remediating social deficits in children with autism. Learning to engage in childhood games such as Duck Duck Goose with peers fosters a multitude of otherExpand
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Brief Experimental Analysis of Sight Word Interventions: A Comparison of Acquisition and Maintenance of Detected Interventions
The purpose of this study was to examine utility of a brief experimental analysis (BEA) in determining effective sight word interventions for a student with a history of difficulty with acquiringExpand
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Using stimulus equivalence technology to teach statistical inference in a group setting.
Computerized lessons employing stimulus equivalence technology, used previously under laboratory conditions to teach inferential statistics concepts to college students, were employed in a groupExpand
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