Jessica Foster Juanico

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Response variability is sensitive to antecedent and consequent manipulations. Researchers have investigated inducement, direct production through reinforcement, and stimulus control of response variability. Recently, researchers have shown that lag reinforcement schedules reliably increase variability but may also produce higher-order stereotypy. There has(More)
Children often make impulsive choices, and previous research has shown that access to activities during the delay may enhance self-control (e.g., Newquist, Dozier, & Neidert, 2012). The purpose of the current study was to extend the results of Newquist et al. (2012) by comparing the effects of access to low-preference, moderate-preference, and(More)
Previous research has shown that providing choices may result in an increase in appropriate behavior and a decrease in inappropriate behavior; however, the process by which choice results in a behavior change is unknown. In the current study, we replicated and extended previous research by determining the prevalence of preference for choice in a large(More)
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