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Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968:Title Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis
Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968:Take Home Applied, Behavioral, Analytic, Conceptually Systematic, Technological, Effective, Generalizable
Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis:Citation Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968
Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis:Take Home Applied, Behavioral, Analytic, Conceptually Systematic, Technological, Effective, Generalizable
Applied, Behavioral, Analytic, Conceptually Systematic, Technological, Effective, Generalizable:Citation Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968
Applied, Behavioral, Analytic, Conceptually Systematic, Technological, Effective, Generalizable:Title Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis
Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007:Title A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults
Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007:Methods 3 Participants, 8 weekly 90 minute ACT sessions
Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007:Design Nonconcurrent multiple baseline
Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007:Results All 3 were abstinent at posttreatment; 1 was abstinent at 3 month follow-up, 2 were using at lower rates
Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007:Discussion 1 participant chose to smoke on the weekends during followup; total abstinence might not be a treatment goal
A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults:Citation Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007
A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults:Methods 3 Participants, 8 weekly 90 minute ACT sessions
A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults:Design Nonconcurrent multiple baseline
A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults:Results All 3 were abstinent at posttreatment; 1 was abstinent at 3 month follow-up, 2 were using at lower rates
A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults:Discussion 1 participant chose to smoke on the weekends during followup; total abstinence might not be a treatment goal
3 Participants, 8 weekly 90 minute ACT sessions:Citation Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007
3 Participants, 8 weekly 90 minute ACT sessions:Title A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults
All 3 were abstinent at posttreatment; 1 was abstinent at 3 month follow-up, 2 were using at lower rates:Citation Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007
All 3 were abstinent at posttreatment; 1 was abstinent at 3 month follow-up, 2 were using at lower rates:Title A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults
All 3 were abstinent at posttreatment; 1 was abstinent at 3 month follow-up, 2 were using at lower rates:Discussion 1 participant chose to smoke on the weekends during followup; total abstinence might not be a treatment goal
1 participant chose to smoke on the weekends during followup; total abstinence might not be a treatment goal:Citation Twohig, Shoenberger, Hayes, 2007
1 participant chose to smoke on the weekends during followup; total abstinence might not be a treatment goal:Title A preliminary investigation of ACT as a treatment for marijuana dependence in adults
Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968:Journal JABA
Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis:Journal JABA
Sidman, 2010:Title Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve
Sidman, 2010:What are errors? Errors are a failure of teaching, not learning
Sidman, 2010:ExampleStudyCited Pigeons taught to discriminate vertical and horizontal lines through trial and error took 1000 trials, through errorless programming 50 trials
Sidman, 2010:WhatIsErrorless Teach all prerequisites first, then little to no errors will occur
Sidman, 2010:Journal European Journal of Behavior Analysis
Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve:Citation Sidman, 2010
Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve:What are errors? Errors are a failure of teaching, not learning
Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve:ExampleStudyCited Pigeons taught to discriminate vertical and horizontal lines through trial and error took 1000 trials, through errorless programming 50 trials
Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve:WhatIsErrorless Teach all prerequisites first, then little to no errors will occur
Errorless Learning and Programmed Instruction: The Myth of the Learning Curve:Journal European Journal of Behavior Analysis
Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968:Journal JABA
Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis:Journal JABA
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