A comparison of stimulus-stimulus pairing, standard echoic training, and control procedures on the vocal behavior of children with autism.

@article{Stock2008ACO,
  title={A comparison of stimulus-stimulus pairing, standard echoic training, and control procedures on the vocal behavior of children with autism.},
  author={Richard A Stock and Kimberly A Schulze and Pat Mirenda},
  journal={The Analysis of verbal behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={123-33}
}
An alternating treatments design was employed to compare the effect of stimulus-stimulus pairing, standard echoic training, and a control condition on the vocal behavior of 3 preschoolers with autism. Data were recorded during pre- and postsession observations. During the stimulus-stimulus pairing condition, the experimenter's vocal model was paired with the delivery of a preferred item. During the standard echoic training condition, the experimenter presented a vocal model and delivered a… CONTINUE READING

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