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Applied Behavior Analysis (PSYC 171) Stimulus Control Transfer Procedures

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Applied Behavior Analysis (PSYC 171)

Ch 10L Prompting and Transfer of Stimulus Control

Behavioral Acquisition
Development of new behavior through reinforcement
Some learners acquire behavior by
□ Being told how
□ Being shown how
Or with physical assistance Example
Prompting is an acquisition strategy
When is Prompting used
To develop a variety of new behaviors
§Teaching a child to bounce a ball
Teaching an adult with an intellectual disability to give others
their personal space
Learning new material for a class
To develop stimulus control
Get the right behavior at the right time  When contextually appropriate
When is a behavior under stimulus control?
When the behavior only occurs in the presence of a
particular discriminative stimulus (SD)
What is Prompt?
An antecedent stimulus or event that controls a response
§ Used by teachers, coaches, parents, trainers Gets the behavior to occur in the correct situation
Allows learner to access to reinforcers
Antecedent–>Behavior–>Consequence
Example
Teaching language, such as the word “Dog”
Types of Prompts
Response prompts
§ Prompts that involve the BX of another person

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