The Role of Specific Consequences in the Maintenance of Three types of Questions

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72nd GW International Scientist/Practitioner Forum

Topic: The Role of Specific Consequences in the Maintenance of Three types of Questions

Presented by Dr. Gladys Williams, 10/22/2021

Dr. Gladys Williams presents a model for intervention where practitioners act as behavioral scientists with the primary goal of teaching children with language delays to ask questions. The discussion centers around the procedures, rationale, and results of three successive studies that expand upon a 1995 JABA-published study that demonstrated that children with autism can be taught to ask questions to acquire new information.

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Organized and Hosted by: Gladys Williams, Ed.D. & Richard Laitinen, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA


 

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