The examination of stereotypic responding as adjunctive behavior in children with autism during progressive and regressive schedules of reinforcement / by Timothy Piskura.

Both basic and applied research has documented the occurrence of adjunctive behavior. Adjunctive behavior has been defined as behavior that occurs and is maintained indirectly by on-going reinforcement of an unrelated response (Foster, 1978; Mace & Wacker, 1994). Adjunctive behaviors are those t...

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Main Author: Piskura, Timothy (Author)
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Call Number: RJ506.A9 P57 2018