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BEHV5250.013 Yusuke Hayashi 2003/7/29 Assignment Examples of one-way and two way paired associate responses Examples of set of stimuli hard to discriminate.

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1 BEHV Yusuke Hayashi 2003/7/29 Assignment Examples of one-way and two way paired associate responses Examples of set of stimuli hard to discriminate Step analyses Algorism flowcharts

2 S 1 : Hear: How are you?R 1 : Say: Im fineS 1 : Hear: How are you?R 1 : Say: Im fine One-way paired associate responses S 1 : See: = R 1 : Write: 2S 1 : See: = R 1 : Write: 2 S 1 : Smell: PizzaR 1 : Say: PizzaS 1 : Smell: PizzaR 1 : Say: Pizza S 1 : Eat: ChocolateR 1 : Say: ChocolateS 1 : Eat: ChocolateR 1 : Say: Chocolate S 1 : Feel: HungrinessR 1 : Say: Im hungryS 1 : Feel: HungrinessR 1 : Say: Im hungry

3 Two-way paired associate responses S 1 : See: TXR 1 : Say: TexasS 1 : See: TXR 1 : Say: Texas S 2 : Hear: TexasR 2 : Write: TX S 1 : See: R 1 : Say: CircleS 1 : See: R 1 : Say: Circle S 2 : Hear: CircleR 2 : Draw: S 2 : Hear: CircleR 2 : Draw: S 1 : Hear: BowwowR 1 : Say: DogS 1 : Hear: BowwowR 1 : Say: Dog S 2 : Hear: DogR 2 : Say: Bowwow

4 S 1 : Hear: SnowR 1 : Say: WhiteS 1 : Hear: SnowR 1 : Say: White S 2 : Hear: WhiteR 2 : Say: Snow Two-way paired associate responses (Cont.) S 1 : Hear: DadR 1 : Say: FatherS 1 : Hear: DadR 1 : Say: Father S 2 : Hear: FatherR 2 : Say: Dad

5 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate MonkeyGorillaOrangutanChimpanzeeBaboon PrimatePrimate PennyNickelDimeQuarterDollar CoinCoinYusuke

6 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate (Cont.) NormalAngryHappySadSurprise Facial expressionFacial expression Japanese alphabet (only for Japanese kids with autism)Japanese alphabet (only for Japanese kids with autism) This example requires unicode font This pictures are originally from a published journal. You need permission to use these pictures if you use these publicly (e.g, show on the web)

7 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate (Cont.) NetherlandsLuxembourgRussia Serbia & Montenegro Slovenia National flagNational flag

8 Step analyses – Brief description of learner Brief description of the learnerBrief description of the learner 2 years old2 years old May be diagnosed as mild PDD-NOSMay be diagnosed as mild PDD-NOS (Has not formally diagnosed yet) Has acquired some mands (e.g., TV, juice, food, opening the door, etc.), but no other verbal repertoires (e.g., echoic, tact, intraverbal, etc.).Has acquired some mands (e.g., TV, juice, food, opening the door, etc.), but no other verbal repertoires (e.g., echoic, tact, intraverbal, etc.). * This information is applied to all three step analyses

9 TaskTask Step analyses: Social skill Initiating social exchange (tapping Moms shoulder)Initiating social exchange (tapping Moms shoulder) Response-stimulus chainResponse-stimulus chain [Note: : the learner should be away from his Mom (more than 10 feet) and Mom is not facing the learner ] 1. Look around the roomMom in the learners sight 2. Walk toward MomMom near the learner 3. Stop in front of MomMom in the reach of the learner 4. Reach towards Moms shoulderHis hand near Moms shoulder Reach 5. Tap Moms shoulderHe feels touching Moms shoulder Tap 6. Repeat tapping (total 3 times)Mom turns to him and says Hi! ResponseStimulus Big 6+6

10 TaskTask Step analyses: Self-help skill Eating yogurt with a spoonEating yogurt with a spoon Response-stimulus chainResponse-stimulus chain [Note: : Analysis begins with a cup of yogurt and a spoon in front of the child] 1. Reach for spoonHis hand near the spoon Reach 2. Grasp the spoonHe touches the spoon Grasp 3. Put the spoon in the yogurtThe spoon in the yogurt Place 4. Lift the spoon from the yogurtThe yogurt on the spoon Place 5. Move the spoon to his mouthThe spoon near his mouth Place 6. Open his mouth He feels his mouth open ResponseStimulus Big Put the spoon in his mouthThe yogurt in his mouth Place 8. Repeat (3) to (7)The yogurt in his mouth

11 TaskTask Step analyses: Leisure skill Starting a videoStarting a video Response-stimulus chainResponse-stimulus chain [Note: : Analysis begins with a video tape in front of the learner, TV on, and VCR on (but not playing a video tape) ] 1. Reach for the video tapeHis hand near the video tape Reach 2. Grasp the tapeHe touches the tape Grasp 3. Move the tape to the VCRThe tape near the VCR Place 4. Place the tape in the ejecting holeThe tape fitting in the ejecting hole Place 5. Push the tape The tape goes into the VCR automatically Push 6. Release the tape The sound of tape fitting into the VCR Release ResponseStimulus Big Push the start button The video on Push/ Point Point

12 Flowchart of holding a conversation start PartnerSpeaks? question? Yes respond to what he says listen greeting saysomething he has question? listen to his question answer No closing enjoyenough? askquestion NoYes Yes No Yes No end

13 Flowchart of using microwave to heat a frozen meal start set timer get meal from fridge No Yes frozen meal at hand? put meal in microwave push start button wait timerbeeps? take meal from mw hotenough? No end Yes Yes No

14 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate ShoesSandalBootSneakerSlipper FootwearFootwear MonkeyGorillaOrangutanChimpanzee Baboo n PrimatePrimate

15 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate (Cont.) WaterJuiceCoffeeCokeTea BeverageBeverage MarkerPencilMechanical Pencil PencilFountainPen (Ball- point) Pen Writing toolWriting tool

16 Stimulus sets difficult to discriminate (Cont.) PennyNickelDimeQuarterDollar CoinCoin


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