Unexpected Results from a Change in Token Type
We have noted an unusual phenomenon in our association with an inpatient behavioral health facility located in the Midwestern United States. Most consumers treated in this facility exhibit conduct disorders, oppositional defiant disorder or attention deficit disorders. The facility also treats individuals with various anxiety disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, and autism. Within the facility, we collected data from a unit that monthly serves a population of 38 to 47 children ages 3 to 11 years old.
Behavior Analysis in Practice
Ahrendt, A.J., Houlihan, D., & Buchanan, J.A. (2013). Ask the Experts: Unexpected Results from a Change in Token Type. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 6(2), 30-41. doi.10.1007/BF03391800
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Copyright © 2013 Association for Behavior Analysis International. Article published by the Association for Behavior Analysis International in Behavior Analysis in Practice, volume 6, issue number 2, 2013, pages 30-41. Available online https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03391800.