When stimuli share more similar properties or dimensions with each other what is more likely to occur?

When stimuli share more similar properties or dimensions with each other what is more likely to occur?

The more similar stimuli are to each other, the more likely they are to evoke the same response from an individual. Therefore, the more similar properties stimuli share, the more likely it is that stimulus generalization will occur.

What is the controlling stimulus for the tact?

A tact is said to “make contact with” the world, and refers to behavior that is under the control of generalized reinforcement. The controlling antecedent stimulus is nonverbal, and constitutes some portion of “the whole of the physical environment.”

Can a tact be non verbal?

A tact can be as simple as labeling what is seen. Sometimes the non-verbal stimulus is an action. It can also be more complex and include adjectives, parts of objects, and prepositions.

When deciding what mands to teach you should?

When deciding what mands to teach you should… always teach them to say “please” after each mand. do a preference assessment to determine what motivates your learner. choose what mands YOU want them to learn first.

What does tact stand for when in reference to behaviors?

Think, Aware, Courteous, and Tactical

What’s an example of an Intraverbal prompt?

This would include things like: “Ready, set, (go)”, “1, 2, (3)”, “A cow says (moo)”, “I love (you)”. You may be saying to yourself: Oh, my child already exhibits some of these fill -ins or my child can sing songs. That must mean they’re ready for intraverbal programs!

What does LR mean in ABA?

Listener Responding (LR): The listener responds to the request of another person in the form of an action.

What is a mand tact and Intraverbal Interverbal?

In common terms, a mand is verbal behavior in which an individual requests, while a tact is verbal behavior in which a learner labels. An example of a tact is when a student sees a dog and says, “Dog.” An intraverbal is behavior that is controlled by other verbal behavior.

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