A demonstration of higher-order response class development in children
We evaluated a procedure for teaching two children, one typically developing and one with autism, a higher-order generalized operant response class of unscrambling sight words. The procedures were efficacious in teaching the participants to unscramble words appearing in isolation and in the context of a sentence, with 98% of the presented discriminative stimuli novel to the participants.
education, higher-order responding, PEAK, verbal behavior
Dixon, Mark R., Brandon E. McCord, and Jordan Belisle. "A demonstration of higher‐order response class development in children." Journal of applied behavior analysis 51, no. 3 (2018): 590-595.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis