A Relational Frame Training Intervention to Raise Intelligence Quotients: A Pilot Study

@article{Cassidy2011ARF,
  title={A Relational Frame Training Intervention to Raise Intelligence Quotients: A Pilot Study},
  author={Sarah Cassidy and Bryan Roche and Steven C. Hayes},
  journal={The Psychological Record},
  year={2011},
  volume={61},
  pages={173-198}
}
The current research consisted of 2 studies designed to test the effectiveness of automated multiple-exemplar relational training in raising children’s general intellectual skills. In Study 1, 4 participants were exposed to multiple exemplar training in stimulus equivalence and the relational frames of SAME, OPPOSITE, MORE THAN, and LESS THAN across several sessions and weeks. WISC (III-UK) measures were taken at baseline, following stimulus equivalence training, and again following relational… CONTINUE READING
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