The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis (J Speech Lang Pathol Appl Behav Anal )
The Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis (JSLP-ABA), is published by Joseph Cautilli. It is a peer-reviewed, electronic journal intended for circulation in the scientific community. The mission of this journal is to provide a forum for SLP and ABA professionals to exchange information on topics of mutual interest. These topics may include, but are not necessarily limited to support for disorders of prelinguistic communication, speech perception/production, oral language and literacy, speech fluency, and voice. They may also address issues pertaining to accent reduction, culturally-based language variations, and augmentative-alternative communication. JSLP-ABA welcomes articles describing assessment and treatment efficacy research based on detailed case studies, single-subject designs, and group designs. Also encouraged are literature reviews that synthesize a body of information, highlight areas in need of further research, or reconsider previous information in a new light. Additionally, this journal welcomes papers describing theoretical frameworks and papers that address issues pertaining to SLP-ABA collaboration.
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- WebsiteJournal of Speech - Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis website
- Other titlesThe journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis, Journal of speech-language pathology and applied behavior analysis, SLP-ABA, JSLP-ABA
- Material typeDocument, Periodical, Internet resource
- Document typeInternet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
Publications in this journal
- The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis 01/2011; 5:42-46.
- The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis 01/2011; 5(2).
- The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis 01/2010; 5:32-47.
- The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis 01/2010; 5(1):59-69.
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ABSTRACT: The investigators evaluated the relation between mands and positive reinforcement in the form of parent attention following long-term in-home treatment with functional communication training (FCT) for destructive behavior. Participants were 3 five-year-old children (2 boys, 1 girl) with developmental disabilities who manded to obtain different levels of parent attention (Phase 1). To determine whether the children's rate of manding would vary based on the amount of reinforcement received, the investigators adjusted the duration of parent attention (12 s vs. 30 s) provided to each child for manding on an FR1 schedule (Phase 2) using a reversal design. All 3 children changed their rates of manding so that each child maintained consistent levels of reinforcement across Phase 2 conditions.The journal of speech and language pathology, applied behavior analysis 02/2008;
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