Replication of a High-Probability Request Sequence with Varied Interprompt Times in a Preschool Setting
An intervention for noncompliance consisting of a series of requests promoting a high probability of compliance followed either 5 s or 20 s later by a request with a low probability of compliance was implemented with a preschool child with autism. Results indicated that applications of the request sequence with a shorter interprompt time resulted in higher rates of compliance, and longer interprompt times resulted in near-baseline rates of compliance.
Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis
Houlihan, D., Jacobson, L., & Brandon, P.K. (1994). Replication of a High-Probability Request Sequence with Varied Interprompt Times in a Preschool Setting. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 27(4), 737-738. doi. 10.1901/jaba.1994.27-737
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Copyright © 1994 John Wiley & Sons. Article published by John Wiley & Sons in Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, volume 27, issue number 4, Winter 1994, pages 737-738. Available online through PubMed Central at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1297860/