Establishing five derived mands in three adolescent boys with autism.
AffiliationDepartment of Psychology, National University of Ireland Maynooth, County Kildare, Ireland. Carol.A.Murphy@nuim.ie
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CitationEstablishing five derived mands in three adolescent boys with autism. 2010, 43 (3):537-41 J Appl Behav Anal
JournalJournal of applied behavior analysis
AbstractThree 14-year-old boys with diagnoses of autism learned to mand for the delivery or removal of tokens by presenting nonsense syllables (A(1-5), respectively). A match-to-sample procedure was used to establish conditional discriminations between the 5 A stimuli and 5 B stimuli and between the B stimuli and 5 C stimuli. Subsequently, each participant was able to use the C stimuli to mand, illustrating a transfer of function, although 1 participant first required multiple-exemplar training.
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