Ch9 - Ch. 9 Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading...

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Ch. 9 Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading
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Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading Fading The gradual change over successive trials of a stimulus that controls a response, so that the response eventually occurs to a partially changed or completely new stimulus Dimensions of stimuli for fading Any characteristic that can be measured on some continuum Structure of room » Distance of objects away from each other Number of objects/people in the room
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Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading Factors influencing the Effectiveness of Fading 1. Find the desired final stimulus Select a final desired stimulus so that the occurrence to that particular stimulus is likely to be maintained in the natural environment
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Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading Factors influencing the Effectiveness of Fading 1. Choosing the starting stimulus: a prompt Prompt A stimulus introduced to increase the likliehood of the desired behavior, but is not the final desired stimulus to control that behavior
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course PHY 205 taught by Professor Barlly during the Spring '11 term at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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Ch9 - Ch. 9 Developing Appropriate Behavior with Fading...

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