Further evaluation of methods to identify matched stimulation.

  title={Further evaluation of methods to identify matched stimulation.},
  author={John T Rapp},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  volume={40 1},
  • John T Rapp
  • Published 2007 in Journal of applied behavior analysis
The effects of preferred stimulation on the vocal stereotypy of 2 individuals were evaluated in two experiments. The results of Experiment 1 showed that (a) the vocal stereotypy of both participants persisted in the absence of social consequences, (b) 1 participant manipulated toys that did and did not produce auditory stimulation, but only sound-producing toys decreased his vocal stereotypy, and (c) only noncontingent music decreased vocal stereotypy for the other participant, but sterotypy… CONTINUE READING


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