Evaluation of a brief stimulus preference assessment.

  title={Evaluation of a brief stimulus preference assessment.},
  author={Henry S. Roane and Timothy R. Vollmer and Joel E Ringdahl and Benno Adolf Marcus},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  volume={31 4},
We evaluated the utility of a brief (5-min) stimulus preference assessment for individuals with developmental disabilities. Participants had noncontingent (free) access to an array of stimuli and could interact with any of the stimuli at any time. Stimuli were never withdrawn or withheld from the participants during a 5-min session. In Experiment 1, the brief preference assessment was conducted for 10 participants to identify differentially preferred stimuli, and reinforcer assessments were… CONTINUE READING
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