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Analysis of behavioral indicators as a measure of satiation.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the scientific study of behavior that utilizes procedures aimed at improving socially significant behavior, relying heavily on the use of reinforcement, which increases the future frequency ...
Perceptions of teaching nonliterate adults in oral cultures : a modified Delphi study.
A descriptive study using a modified Delphi method was conducted to gather literate instructors' perceptions of teaching nonliterate adults in oral cultures. Using the extant literature, the researcher prepared 66 statements ...
Preference and efficacy of concurrent schedules of reinforcement in children with autism spectrum disorder.
A review of the literature highlighted a lack of research that measured the effects and preference of two or more reinforcement schedules that possess a constant magnitude and varied distribution. The current study ...
From their eyes : a deeper analysis of career and technical education during secondary school.
The focus of this study was to gather the viewpoints and perspectives from secondary students currently enrolled in career and technical education (CTE). The use of a focus group and surveys were the main mediums of data ...
Testlet effects on pass/fail decisions under competing rasch models.
The item response model chosen to estimate ability can influence proficiency classification, or pass/fail decisions, made about people based on test scores. This poses a potential problem for both the examinee and the ...