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2010 autism posters

  1. 1. Using TAG to Increase Play Skills Steve Sparks, B.S., Melissa Boggs, Jessica Korneder, M.A., BCBA, Richard W. Malott, Ph.D., BCBA Problem and Purpose Kalamazoo Autism Center•Shaping correct responding Western Michigan Universityfor two play activities. Participant•5-year-old male who had been Resultsdiagnosed with autism. •All three procedures showed an increase in•Performed all playtime activity correct responding after implementation.behaviors. •The testing procedure showed an increased from•Not as a single behavior an average of 13% to 94%.chain. •Imitate drawing increased from 31.39% to 94.68%. Baseline •Paperclip drop increased from 52.87% to 77.3%.•Testing procedure between10%-50%.•Imitate drawing averaged Play Skill Responding31.39%.•Paperclip drop averaged Testing Procedure52.87%. Procedure•A click was paired with a TAGchild’s preferred reinforcersthus establishing the click as alearned reinforcer. % of correct responses•Between 5 and 10 pairings % of correct responsesimmediately before theintervention trial.•First trained to tact whether ananimal shown was found in thesky, in water, or on land.•This was done to show thepairing had been successful TA•Then reinforced componentsof responses during play Gactivities. Sessions Sessions

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