Date of Award
Master of Science
Jeffrey H. Tiger
Jeffrey H. Tiger, Jay Moore, Marshall Dermer
Behavioral Skills Training, Dra, Noncompliance, Parent Training, Three-step Prompting
PARENT TRAINING TO IMPLEMENT THREE-STEP PROMPTING: A COMPONENT ANALYSIS AND GENERALIZATION ASSESSMENT
Melissa A. Krabbe
The University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, 2014
Under the Supervision of Professor Jeffrey H. Tiger
Parent training is a necessary component of providing treatment to a child to ensure parents are able to implement procedures in daily life. The current study assessed the components of training (including written instructions, modeling, rehearsal, and performance feedback) needed to achieve integral implementation of three-step prompting and differential reinforcement of compliance with children referred for noncompliance. In addition to the targeted task, we assessed generalization of parent behaviors to untrained tasks. The results across participants were idiosyncratic with some requiring more intensive training than others and some demonstrating generalization across tasks to greater extents than others.
Krabbe, Melissa Ann, "Parent Training to Implement Three-Step Prompting: A Component Analysis and Generalization Assessment" (2014). Theses and Dissertations. 501.