Using Transfer Procedures to Teach Tacts to a Child with Autism View Full Text


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DATE

2005-04

AUTHORS

Mary L. Barbera, Richard M. Kubina

ABSTRACT

This applied study attempted to evaluate a combination of transfer procedures commonly used to teach tacts to children with autism. A receptive to echoic to tact transfer and an echoic to tact transfer procedure were combined during 5-min instructional sessions to teach tacts to a seven-year-old vocal child with autism. A multiple baseline design across three sets of ten tacts was used. Without the teaching procedure, the child acquired no target tacts. With the 5-min teaching procedure implemented first with Set 1 then with Sets 2 and 3, respectively, the child acquired thirty new tacts over sixty teaching sessions. The results have wide application for children with and without autism who need instruction to learn tacts. More... »

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155-161

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2004-04. Meaning: A Verbal Behavior Account in THE ANALYSIS OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR
  • 2000-04. Using Intraverbal Prompts to Establish Tacts for Children with Autism in THE ANALYSIS OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR
  • 1999-04. Using Mand Training to Establish an Echoic Repertoire in Young Children with Autism in THE ANALYSIS OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR
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