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EVALUATION OF THE IMMEDIATE AND SUBSEQUENT EFFECTS OF RESPONSE INTERRUPTION AND REDIRECTION ON VOCAL STEREOTYPY

By Brittany I Schumacher and John T Rapp

Abstract

We evaluated 2 3-component multiple-schedule sequences—a response interruption and redirection (RIRD) treatment sequence and a no-interaction control sequence—using a multielement design. With this design, we were able to evaluate the immediate and subsequent effects of RIRD on 2 participants' vocal stereotypy. For both participants, RIRD produced an immediate decrease in vocal stereotypy and did not result in a subsequent increase

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Publisher: The Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
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