Robert Stromer, Harry A. Mackay, Alison A. McVay,and Thomas Fowler.
Written lists as mediating stimuli in the matching-to-sample performances of
individuals with mental retardation
Scott D. Lane and Thomas S. Critchfield. Classification of vowels and consonants by individuals
with moderate mental retardation: Development of arbitrary relations via matchto-
sample training with compound stimuli.
Anthony J. Cuvo, Laura J. Lerch, Deborah A. Leurquin, Thomas J. Gaffaney,
and Roger L. Poppen.
Response allocation to concurrent fixed-ratio reinforcement schedules with work
requirements by adults with mental retardation and typical preschool children.
Ruth A. Ervin, George J. DuPaul, Lee Kern, and Patrick C. Friman
Classroom-based functional and adjunctive assessments:
Proactive approaches to intervention selection for adolescents
with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Joseph S. Lalli and Kelly Kates.
The effect of reinforcer preference on functional analysis
Vicki A. Lumley, Raymond G. Miltenberger, Ethan S. Long, John T. Rapp,
and Jennifer A. Roberts.
Evaluation of a sexual abuse prevention program for adults
with mental retardation.
Rachel H. Thompson, Wayne W. Fisher, Cathleen C. Piazza, and David E. Kuhn.
The evaluation and treatment of aggression maintained by attention and
reinforcement. Pp. 103-116.
Kathleen Zanolli and Julie Daggett.
The effects of reinforcement rate on the spontaneous
social initiations of socially withdrawn preschoolers.
Rosemary Ashbaugh and Stephanie M. Peck.
Treatment of sleep problems in a toddler: A
replication of the faded bedtime with response cost protocol.
Todd A. Harris, Susan L. Peterson, Tammy L. Filliben, Mindy Glassberg, and
Judith E. Favell.
Evaluating a more cost-efficient alternative to providing
in-home feedback to parents: The use of spousal feedback.
Patrick C. Friman, Steven C. Hayes, and Kelly G. Wilson. Why behavior analysts should
study emotion: The example of anxiety.
|Comments from JABA Readers
Bruce A. Thyer. An early statement on inpatient behavioral treatment.
James E. Carr and Jennifer L. Austin. A review of
Behavior Modification: Principles and Procedures.
by Raymond G. Miltenberger.
Tom Sharpe. A review of Therapeutic Recreation for Exceptional
Children: Let Me in, I Want to
Play by A. H. Fine and N. M. Fine.
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