Strategies to increase exercise-report correspondence by boys with moderate mental retardation: collateral changes in intention-exercise correspondence.

@article{Wilson1992StrategiesTI,
  title={Strategies to increase exercise-report correspondence by boys with moderate mental retardation: collateral changes in intention-exercise correspondence.},
  author={Professor G. M. Wilson and Frank R. Rusch and Seung Kun Lee},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1992},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          681-90
        }
}
Correspondence between verbal and nonverbal behavior in an exercise room was taught to 4 13-year-old boys diagnosed with moderate mental retardation. Participants were asked prior to each exercise session which exercise machine(s) they intended to use. No contingencies on stating intentions (promising) were applied. Following the exercise session, participants were asked to say (report) which machine(s) they had used. Following the baseline condition, do-report correspondence training was… CONTINUE READING
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