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Decreasing Inappropriate Vocalizations through a Verbal Model . Chanie Goldberg Gili Rechany Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices October 14,2004. Functional Communication Literature. Function of Academic Responses Establishing Operations Carr & Durand, 1985

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Decreasing Inappropriate Vocalizations through a Verbal Model

Chanie Goldberg

Gili Rechany

Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices

October 14,2004


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Functional Communication Literature Model

  • Function of Academic Responses

  • Establishing Operations

  • Carr & Durand, 1985

    • Reducing Behavior Problems Through Functional Communication Training

  • Schreibman & Carr, 1978

    • Elimination of echolalic responding to questions through the training of generalized verbal response.


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Current Investigation Model

  • Our Problem:

    • Emittance of inappropriate vocalizations during individualized instruction.

    • Socially inappropriate behavior.

  • Objective:

    • Functional communication training through a verbal behavior model.


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Procedure Model

  • DV: Total number of inappropriate vocalizations emitted by the student.

  • IV:Intraverbal Training- “Verbal behavior under the control of other verbal behavior (Greer, 2002).”

  • Baseline:

    • Classroom Ratio 6:1:4

    • Data collected between the hours of 8:30-10:30, during individualized instruction.

    • Mechanical counter utilized to record inappropriate vocalizations throughout ten-minute sessions.


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Procedure Model

  • Intervention:

    • Intraverbal Training

      • Academic programs

      • 20 Learn Units

      • Feature and Class

    • Example:

      • Baseline- “Point to red”

      • Intervention- “The apple is ______”


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Results Model


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Discussion/Conclusion Model

  • Intraverbal training was an effective tactic in decreasing inappropriate vocalizations.

  • What we learned:

    • Intraverbal training should be generalized to other settings to maintain results.

    • Time sampling should be taken throughout the day.

  • Current level of performance

    • Intraverbal training will be implemented across multiple settings.


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