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Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, v43 n2 p291-295 Sum 2010

We examined the effects of individualized video modeling on the accurate implementation of behavioral interventions using a multiple baseline design across 3 teachers. During video modeling, treatment integrity improved above baseline levels; however, teacher performance remained variable. The addition of verbal performance feedback increased treatment integrity to 100% for all participants, and performance was maintained 1 week later. Teachers found video modeling to be more socially acceptable with performance feedback than alone, but rated both positively. (Contains 1 figure.)

Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Modeling (Psychology), Integrity, Daily Living Skills, Intervention, Video Technology, Teacher Educators, Likert Scales, Teacher Attitudes, Beginning Teachers, Developmental Disabilities

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Author: DiGennaro-Reed, Florence D.; Codding, Robin; Catania, Cynthia N.; Maguire, Helena

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