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Published by New Harbinger Publications in Oakland .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Autistic children -- Rehabilitation,
  • Developmentally disabled children -- Rehabilitation,
  • Autistic Disorder -- rehabilitation,
  • Association Learning,
  • Conditioning, Operant,
  • Developmental Disabilities -- rehabilitation,
  • Reinforcement (Psychology)

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Ruth Anne Rehfeldt and Yvonne Barnes-Holmes ; foreword by Steven C. Hayes.
ContributionsRehfeldt, Ruth Anne., Barnes-Holmes, Yvonne.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRJ506.A9 D457 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22796047M
ISBN 101572245360
ISBN 109781572245365
LC Control Number2008052211

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Keywords: derived relational responding, match-to-sample, Relational Completion Procedure, relational frames, same, opposite, stimulus equivalence, adult humans In a typical study on derived relational responding, a series of conditional discriminations involving arbitrary, physically dissimilar stimuli are presented in a match-to-sample (MTS Cited by: Relational frame theory (RFT) is a psychological theory of human was developed originally by Steven C. Hayes of University of Nevada, Reno and has been extended in research, notably by Dermot Barnes-Holmes and colleagues of Ghent University.. Relational frame theory argues that the building block of human language and higher cognition is relating, i.e. the human ability to create. Derived relational responding: Applications and future directions for teaching individuals with autism spectrum disorders December European Journal of Behavior Analysis 15(2) O'Hora D, Pelaez M, Barnes-Holmes D. (). Derived relational responding and performance on verbal subtests of the WAIS-III; pp. – Psychological Record 55(1) Palmer D. C. Data in search of a principle: A review of relational frame theory: A post Cited by:

  Journals & Books; Help This demonstrates the importance of contextual control over derived relational responding and suggests that the animal context may be a useful one for assessing and training derived relations for individuals in which the derived relational repertoire is not as robustly established across contexts. studies in which both simple and relatively complex form s of derived relational responding have been targeted for assessment and remediation using interventions driven by Relational Frame Theory. A key theme running throughout the diverse content covered in this research program is the role of a basic understanding of relational. Explain and provide examples of derived relational responding and stimulus equivalence Conduct PEAK assessments of language and cognition in persons with autism Demonstrate the ability to design a comprehensive language and cognition-training curriculum for . Cite this chapter as: Hayes S.C., Fox E., Gifford E.V., Wilson K.G., Barnes-Holmes D., Healy O. () Derived Relational Responding as Learned Behavior.

  The present paper critically examines the bold claims of Relational Frame Theory (RFT) advocates that RFT is a comprehensive approach to the phenomena referred to in traditional parlance as language and cognition, and is manifestly preferable in both scope and detail to that found in B. F. Skinner’s book Verbal gh some data do indicate a high positive correlation between.   The first part of Derived Relational Responding provides step-by-step instructions for helping students learn relationally, acquire rudimentary verbal operants, and develop other basic language skills. In the second section of this book, you'll find ways to enhance students' receptive and expressive repertoires by developing their ability to Brand: New Harbinger Publications. Derived Relational Responding offers a series of revolutionary intervention programs for applied work in human language and cognition targeted at students with autism and other developmental disabilities. It presents a program drawn from derived stimulus relations that you can use to help students of all ages acquire foundational and advanced. The first part of Derived Relational Responding provides step-by-step instructions for helping students learn relationally, acquire rudimentary verbal operants, and develop other basic language skills. In the second section of this book, you'll find ways to enhance students' receptive and expressive repertoires by developing their ability to /5(4).