Causing Students to Choose More Language Arts Work: Enhancing the Validity of the Additive Interspersal Procedure

@article{Meadows2005CausingST,
  title={Causing Students to Choose More Language Arts Work: Enhancing the Validity of the Additive Interspersal Procedure},
  author={Sadonya F. Meadows and C. Skinner},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={14},
  pages={227-247}
}
Research on the additive interspersal procedure was extended by exposing seventh-grade students to curricula-based (e.g., educationally valid) language arts assignments. In Experiment I, each student was given a control language arts assignment containing 20 discrete target items and an experimental assignment containing 24 equivalent target items, plus eight interspersed briefer items. After working on both assignments for 10 minutes, significantly more students chose a new experimental… Expand
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