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A Comparison of Variations of Prompt Delay During Instruction on an Expressive Labeling Task
Journal of Behavioral Education
Variations in prompt delay procedures are used in discrete-trial training to reduce the occurrence of errors before task mastery. However, the variations are seldom compared systematically. Using an adapted alternating treatments design, the present study compared progressive prompt delay with 2-s or 5-s constant prompt delay, on the acquisition of an expressive labeling task in four participants with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. While all three prompt delay methods leddoi:10.1007/s10864-020-09407-0 fatcat:dkop7pnpbnhbzopddbq6ze5l2e