02 avril 2017

Préférence de l'apprenant entre le séquençage de l'essai massif et alternatif lors de l'apprentissage des relations de stimulation avec les enfants ayant un diagnostic d'autisme

Aperçu: G.M.
Les deux enfants ont démontré leur préférence pour la condition de séquençage de l'essai alternatif

Behav Anal Pract. 2016 Aug 31;10(1):77-82. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0140-1. eCollection 2017.

Learner Preference Between Massed- and Alternating-Trial Sequencing when Teaching Stimulus Relations to Children with Autism

Author information

Beacon ABA Services, Inc, 321 Fortune Boulevard, Milford, MA 01757 USA.


Two children with autism were assessed for preference between intersession distribution of mastered and unknown instructional trials on a computerized matching-to-sample task consisting of 12 total learning opportunities. Choice responses yielded presentation of either massed-trial sequencing (six unknown/six mastered stimuli relations or vice-versa) or alternating-trial sequencing delivery (alternation of unknown and mastered stimuli relations) followed by reinforcement for correct responses. An extinction condition served as an experimental control. Both children demonstrated a preference for the alternating-trial sequencing condition, and implications for instructional programming and possible effects to delays to higher rates of reinforcement are discussed.
PMID: 28352511
PMCID: PMC5352627
DOI: 10.1007/s40617-016-0140-1

Aucun commentaire: