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Preliminary effects of conditioned establishing operations on stereotypy
(Springer Verlag, 2014)
We repeatedly paired preferred stimuli with known establishing properties and poster boards (i.e., neutral stimuli) to examine whether these poster boards would acquire the effects of a conditioned establishing operation ...
Effects of multiple interventions for reducing vocal stereotypy: Developing a sequential intervention model
Despite the availability of several interventions designed to reduce engagement in vocal stereotypy, few studies have compared two or more interventions together. Consequently, practitioners have limited amount of data ...
Assessment and treatment of stereotypy in an individual with Cornelia de Lange syndrome and deafblindness
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Background Several researchers have reduced engagement in stereotypy in individuals with intellectual disability and deafblindness using interventions containing a punishment component. The purpose of our study was to ...
Initial validation of the Brief Assessment of Service Satisfaction in Persons with an Intellectual Disability (BASSPID)
Individuals with an intellectual disability often require intensive services to promote their social participation to the fullest extent. As such, measuring satisfaction with these services appears essential to enhance the ...