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Treatment integrity of school-based interventions with children in the journal of applied behavior analysis 1991-2005.
We reviewed all school-based experimental studies with individuals 0 to 18 years published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA) between 1991 and 2005. A total of 142 articles (152Expand
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A parametric analysis of errors of commission during discrete-trial training.
We investigated the effects of systematic changes in levels of treatment integrity by altering errors of commission during error-correction procedures as part of discrete-trial training. We taught 3Expand
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Behavioral coaching to improve offensive line pass-blocking skills of high school football athletes.
We evaluated several behavioral coaching procedures for improving offensive line pass-blocking skills with 5 high school varsity football players. Pass blocking was measured during practice drillsExpand
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Effects of a Fluency-Building Program on the Reading Performance of Low-Achieving Second and Third Grade Students
This study evaluated the effects of a fluency-based reading program with 15 second and third grade students and 15 matched controls. Gains in oral reading fluency on untrained CBM probes wereExpand
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Robust relation between temporal discounting rates and body mass
When given the choice between $100 today and $110 in 1 week, certain people are more likely to choose the immediate, yet smaller reward. The present study examined the relations between temporalExpand
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Quantitative Analysis of Sports
In 2003, Michael C. Lewis published the book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, detailing Billy Beane’s (the general manager of the Oakland Athletics Major League Baseball [MLB] team)Expand
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Delay Discounting as a Transdiagnostic Process in Psychiatric Disorders: A Meta-analysis.
Importance Delay discounting is a behavioral economic index of impulsive preferences for smaller-immediate or larger-delayed rewards that is argued to be a transdiagnostic process across healthExpand
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Contingency space analysis: an alternative method for identifying contingent relations from observational data.
Descriptive assessment methods have been used in applied settings to identify consequences for problem behavior, thereby aiding in the design of effective treatment programs. Consensus has not beenExpand
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The Fuzzy Concept of Applied Behavior Analysis Research
We advocate a bigger-tent version of applied behavior analysis research in which, to use Baer and colleagues’ own words, the label applied is determined not by the procedures used but by the interest society shows in the problem being studied. Expand
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Research Rankings of Behavior Analytic Graduate Training Programs and Their Faculty
We evaluated research productivity of several graduate programs that provide Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)-approved course sequences in behavior analysis. Considering the faculty ofExpand
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