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Evaluation of an Enhanced Stimulus-Stimulus Pairing Procedure to Increase Early Vocalizations of Children with Autism

Evaluation of an Enhanced Stimulus-Stimulus Pairing Procedure to Increase Early Vocalizations of Children with Autism is proudly presented to you by Quality Services for the Autism Community. Thank you. We hope that you enjoy your course.

Children with delayed speech have an instructional advantage if they emit frequent and varied vocal play and can repeat, even if approximating, what they hear.  Individuals who rarely vocalize or who do not readily imitate speech models have fewer opportunities to benefit from speech instruction because little behavior may be available for modification through reinforcement by a verbal community. To create a larger pool of available vocal behavior that can come under appropriate stimulus control, researchers have recently begun to investigate the application of stimulus–stimulus pairing (SSP), an approach with wide support in the basic behavioral literature (see Williams, 2002).

At the completion of this CEU program, the learner will be able to describe the effects of an enhanced stimulus–stimulus pairing procedure on vocal responses of children with autism and the subsequent effects of programmed reinforcement on pairing-induced speech responses.



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