Equivalence‐based instruction to establish a textual activity schedule in an adult with Down syndrome
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Transfer of control from picture to text‐based activity schedules has been shown to occur following conditional discrimination training in children with autism. This study extended this research by evaluating if conditional discrimination training could promote transfer of control in an adult with Down syndrome. The participant was taught to select photographs and pictures of kitchen tools when provided with dictated names. Then, he completed a text‐based activity schedule, matched printed words to photographs, and orally named printed words without direct training.
Ortega, D., & Lovett, S. (2018). Equivalence-based instruction to establish a textual activity schedule in an adult with Down syndrome. Behavioral Interventions, 33(3), 306–312. https://doi.org/10.1002/bin.1526
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