Using Multiple-Stimulus Without Replacement Preference Assessments to Increase Student Engagement and Performance
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Multiple-stimulus without replacement preference assessment is a research-based method for identifying appropriate rewards for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. This article presents a brief history of how this technology evolved and describes a step-by-step approach for conducting the procedure. A discussion of necessary materials and data sheets is included. Finally, a case study is presented to illustrate how the procedure can be used to improve behavioral and academic outcomes.
Weaver, Adam D.; McKevitt, Brian; and Farris, Allie M., "Using Multiple-Stimulus Without Replacement Preference Assessments to Increase Student Engagement and Performance" (2017). Psychology Faculty Publications. 233.
© Hammill Institute on Disabilities 2017 DOI: 10.1177/1074295617694410