Using a constant delay to teach leisure skills to children with devopmental disabilities
AuthorTekin İftar, Elif
Kırcaali İftar, Gönül
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CitationTekin İftar, E., Kırcaali İftar, G., Birkan, B., Uysal, A., Yıldırım, S. ve Kurt, O. (2001). Using a constant delay to teach leisure skills to children with devopmental disabilities / Usando una demora de tiempo cnstante para ensenar habilidades de pasatiempo a ninos con retardo en el desarrollo. Mexican journal of Behavior Analysis. 27(2), s. 337-362.
The effectiveness of 4-s constant delay procedure to teach leisure skills to seven children with delopmental disabilities was examined with multipie probe desing across behaviors and replicated across subjects. Results showed that the orocedure was effective on teaching all children with developmental disabilities to perform leisure skills. Furthermore, these skills were maintained with at least 90% of accuracy over a four-week period. The generalized effects of the procedure werw also positive. Training generalized from the trainer to another teacher with at least 77% of accuracy.
SourceMexican Journal of Behavior Analysis
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