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Lesson 10 Social Validity

Lesson 10 Social Validity - Because the participating child...

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Elizabeth Spartas Measures of Social Validity The teacher of the Severe Disabilities classroom was asked to give feedback on the use of edibles with the student. She was asked how easy or difficult PECS was to use in the classroom; whether she felt the student made progress in exhibiting less noncompliant behavior; and whether she intended to continue the use of PECS after the study was completed.
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Unformatted text preview: Because the participating child in this study were severely disabled and non-verbal, their acceptance of the intervention was assessed through observation. The researchers recorded the typical emotions exhibited affect during the intervention....
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