A component analysis of "stereotypy as reinforcement" for alternative behavior.

@article{Hanley2000ACA,
  title={A component analysis of "stereotypy as reinforcement" for alternative behavior.},
  author={Gregory P. Hanley and Brian A. Iwata and R. H. Thompson and Jana S Lindberg},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          285-97
        }
}
Results from several studies have suggested that the opportunity to engage in stereotypic behavior may function as reinforcement for alternative, more socially desirable behaviors. However, the procedural components of this intervention include several distinct operations whose effects have not been analyzed separately. While measuring the occurrence of stereotypy and an alternative behavior (manipulation of leisure materials), we exposed 3 participants to three or four components of a… CONTINUE READING
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