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Master of Science (MS)
Special Education and Rehabilitation
This study assessed the effects of BST and DT on the treatment integrity scores of four direct care staff (DCS) conducting a multiple stimulus without replacement assessment with confederates. A concurrent multiple baseline design showed that BST was effective in achieving mastery level treatment integrity scores for all participants and that these scores generalized to adults with disabilities and remained at mastery levels after a 2-week generalization phase.
Smith, Sandra G., "The Effects of Didactic Training & Behavioral Skills Training on Staff Implementation of a Stimulus Preference Assessment with Adults with Disabilities" (2018). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 7310.
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