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ABA Term Category: G - K


The basis of social verbal exchange/conversation. The learner’s verbal response is controlled by the verbal responses of others. Fill-ins are an example of a simple

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Intermittent Reinforcement

Reinforcing a specific behavior some of the time, but not each time the behavior occurs. This can lead to strengthening a behavior and leads to

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Incidental Teaching

Teaching that follows the learner’s lead in a naturally occurring way. Incidental teaching is used to program for generalization and maintenance and promote enhanced speech.

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 A new behavior or skill that occurs in the presence of a novel person, place or stimulus not previously associated with teaching.

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