The effects of presession exposure to attention on the results of assessments of attention as a reinforcer.

@article{Berg2000TheEO,
  title={The effects of presession exposure to attention on the results of assessments of attention as a reinforcer.},
  author={Wendy K Berg and Samuel M. Peck and David P Wacker and Jay W Harding and Jennifer J McComas and David M. Richman and K A Brown},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={463-77}
}
The effects of presession exposure to attention on responding during subsequent assessments of attention as a reinforcer were evaluated across three behavioral assessments. In Experiment 1, a contingent attention assessment condition was preceded by either a noncontingent attention condition (free play) or a contingent escape condition. In Experiment 2, a diverted attention with extinction condition was preceded by either an alone or a free-play condition. In Experiment 3, a two-choice… CONTINUE READING