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Volume 12 Issue 3 (July 1997), Pages 105-156

Self‐management of a DRO procedure by three students with autism (pages 149-156)

Abstract

Three students with autism were taught to self‐manage a DRO program to reduce their disruptive behavior. During baseline conditions, all students showed high rates of disruptive behavior (either out‐of‐seat or nail‐flicking). Students were taught to self‐manage a DRO program during external reinforcement and prompted self‐management conditions. Student gains were maintained during unprompted self‐management and follow‐up conditions. ©1997 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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