An analysis of stimuli that influence compliance during the high-probability instruction sequenceJournal of Applied Behavior Analysis (2010)
When we evaluated variables that influence the effectiveness of the high-probability (high-p) instruction sequence, the sequence was associated with a precipitous decrease in compliance with high-p instructions for 1 participant, thereby precluding continued use of the sequence. We investigated the reasons for this decrease. Stimuli associated with the low-p instruction were systematically added and removed in the context of the high-p instructions, and results suggest that the stimuli associated with the low-p instruction influenced compliance with the high-p instructions.
- high-probability sequence,
- preschool children
Publication DateDecember 1, 2010
Citation InformationMatthew P. Normand, Kathryn Kestner and Joshua Jessel. "An analysis of stimuli that influence compliance during the high-probability instruction sequence" Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis Vol. 43 Iss. 4 (2010) p. 735 - 738 ISSN: 0021-8855
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/matthew-normand/19/