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      Teaching Children with Autism to Tact the Private Events of Others

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          We evaluated the efficacy of a most-to-least intrusive error-correction/prompting procedure for teaching 3 children with autism to tact the private events of others through publicly accompanying stimuli. Participants did not reliably demonstrate correct tact responses to publicly observable stimuli that accompany common emotions reported by others (e.g., bandage = hurt) in baseline. Procedures were taken from the Promoting the Emergence of Advanced Knowledge Relational Training System: Direct Training Module (PEAK-DT) to aid in clinical replication, and training was introduced in a multiple-baseline design. Results showed that the procedures were efficacious in teaching this skill to each of the participants, and fast rates of acquisition were observed.

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          Contributors
          MDixon@siu.edu
          Journal
          Behav Anal Pract
          Behav Anal Pract
          Behavior Analysis in Practice
          Springer International Publishing (Cham )
          1998-1929
          2196-8934
          11 December 2019
          March 2020
          : 13
          : 1
          : 169-173
          Affiliations
          GRID grid.411026.0, ISNI 0000 0001 1090 2313, Rehabilitation Institute, , Southern Illinois University, ; Carbondale, IL 62901 USA
          Article
          PMC7070128 PMC7070128 7070128 334
          10.1007/s40617-019-00334-9
          7070128
          32231977
          © Association for Behavior Analysis International 2019
          Categories
          Brief Practice
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          © Association for Behavior Analysis International 2020

          Autism, PEAK, Private events, Verbal behavior

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