ISSN: 1932 - 4731
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Pg. 88: Guest Editors’ Comments - M. N. Hegde & Raymond Weitzman
Pg. 90: Language and Grammar: A Behavioral Analysis - M.N. Hegde
Pg. 114: Verbal Behavior by B.F. Skinner: Contributions to Analyzing Early Language Learning - Scott F. McLaughlin
Pg. 132: The Bases for Language Repertoires: Functional Stimulus- Response Relations - Raymond S. Weitzman
Pg. 150: Behavioral vs. Cognitive Views of Speech Perception and Production - Henry D. Schlinger, Jr.
Pg. 166: Speech and language assessment: A verbal behavior analysis - Barbara E. Esch, Kate B. LaLonde, & John W. Esch
Pg. 191: Effects of a Speaker Immersion Procedure on the Production of Verbal Operants - Nirvana Pistoljevic, Claire Cahill, & Fabiola Casarini
Pg. 1: Generic Instruction versus Intensive Tact Instruction and the Emission of Spontaneous Speech - R. Douglas Greer & Lin Du
Pg. 20: Effects of Multiple Exemplar Instruction on the Transformation of Stimulus Function Across Written and Vocal Spelling Responses by Students with Autism - Carly M. Eby, R. Douglas Greer, Lisa D. Tullo, Katherine A. Baker & Rebecca Pauly
Pg. 32: AAC Interventions: Case study of In-utero Stroke - Cindy Geise Arroyo, Robert Goldfarb, Danielle Cahill, & Janet Schoepflin
Pg. 48: Implications of Skinner’s Verbal Behavior for Studying Dementia - Jeffrey A. Buchanan, Daniel Houlihan, & Peter J.N. Linnerooth
Pg. 59: Using Skinner’s Model of Verbal Behavior Analysis to study Aggression in Psychiatric Hospitals - Michael Daffern & Matthew Tonkin
Pg. 70: Evaluation of Two Communicative Response Modalities for a Child with Autism and Self-Injury - Stacy E. Danov, Ellie Hartman, Jennifer J. McComas, & Frank J. Symons
Pg. 80: Using DRO, Behavioral Momentum, and Self-Regulation to Reduce Scripting by an Adolescent with Autism - Vanessa Ann Silla-Zaleski & Mary J. Vesloski
Pg. 1: Editor’s Statement – Mareile Koenig
Pg. 2: A Common Language: Using B.F. Skinner’s Verbal Behavior for Assessment and Treatment of Communication Disabilities in SLP-ABA - Lori Frost & Andy Bondy
Pg. 10: The Evolution of Verbal Behavior in Children - R. Douglas Greer & Dolleen-Day Keohane
Pg. 40: Training in Phonological Awareness Generalizes to Phonological Working Memory: A Preliminary Investigation - Anne van Kleeck, Ronald B. Gillam, LaVae M. Hoffman
Pg. 56: The Experiences of "Autism Mothers" who become Behavior Analysts: A Qualitative Study - Mary Lynch Barbera
Pg. 74: Parent Implemented Joint Attention Intervention for Preschoolers with Autism - Emily A. Jones and Kathleen M. Feeley
Pg. 90: Promoting Generalization and Maintenance of Skills Learned via Natural Language Teaching - Pete Peterson
Pg. 132: The contribution of Relational Frame Theory to the development of interventions for impairments of language and cognition - Veronica Cullinan and Agata Vitale
Pg. 146: Meaning in Behavioral Analysis - M. N. Hegde
Pg. 170: Teaching Social Behavior to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Using Social StoriesTM: Implications for School-Based Practice - Frank J. Sansosti
Pg. 180: There is no Vowel at the end of D O G: Considerations for Teaching Speech Production - Joanne Gerenser
Pg. 190: Clinical Application of Speech Intelligibility Research: The River Street Autism Program at Coltsville - Kathleen Dyer
Volume 3, No. 4
Part I – Teaching Speech to Children with Autism - Guest-Edited by Kathy Dyer, Ph.D.
Pg: 140: Clinical Application of Speech Intelligibility Research - Kathleen Dyer
Pg: 154: There is no vowel at the end of DOG: Strategies for avoiding common mistakes in speech production programming for children with autism. - Joanne Gerenser
Pg: 164: Functional Communication Training: The Role of Speech Pathologists and Behavior Analysts in Serving Students with Autism - Robert LaRue, Mary Jane Weiss and Mary Kelly Cable
Part II – Additional Considerations for Teaching Children with Autism
Pg: 173: The Effects of Intensive Tact Instruction on Three Verbal Operants in Non-Instructional Settings for Two Children with Autism - Helena Lydon, Olive Healy, Geraldine Leader, Dolleen-Day Keohane
Pg: 185: A Comparison of Error Correction Procedures Involving a Speech-Generating Device to Teach a Child with Autism New Tacts - Kelly J. Ferris, and Michael A. Fabrizio
Pg: 216: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Language Facilitation: The Role of Parent-Training on Language Development - Ashley B. Tempel, Stephanie M. Wagner, and Cheryl B. McNeil
Pg: 233: Can Contingently Imitating Vocal Response Increase the Frequency of Vocal Responses? - Jamie Calise, Joseph Cautilli, and Robert Galino
Pg: 241: Erratum
Consolidated with Vol. 3, No. 3 - See index above!
Page 1: Meaning in Behavioral Analysis – M.N. Hegde
Page 25: Evaluation of Mand-Reinforcer Relations Following Long-Term Functional Communication Training - David P. Wacker, Jay W. Harding, and Wendy K. Berg
Page 36: Teaching Social Behavior to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Using Social StoriesTM: Implications for School-Based Practice – Frank Sansosti
Page 46: Review of the Behavioral Theories of Autism and Evidence for an Environmental Etiology - Michael D. Hixson, Jennifer L. Wilson, Sara J. Doty, and Jason C. Vladescu
Page 60: Using Relational Frame Theory to build grammar in children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions - Louise McHugh and Phil Reed
Page 78: Teaching Sign Language to a Nonvocal Child with Autism - Dorothy Scattone and Belmont Billhofer
Page 86: Auditory and Visual Aspects of Emotion Production by Children and Adults - Tova Most, Noam Amir, Ganit Dotan, and Amatzia Weisel
Page 97: Experimental models for the evaluation of speech and public speaking anxiety: A critical review of the designs adopted - Flávia de Lima Osório, José Alexandre Crippa, Sonia Regina Loureiro
Page 122: The contribution of Relational Frame Theory to the development of interventions for impairments of language and cognition - Veronica Cullinan and Agata Vitale
Page 136 : Book Review: Greer & Ross (2007) Verbal Behavior Analysis: Inducing and Expanding New Verbal Capabilities in Children with Language Delays. - reviewed by Lauren Spera, Teresa Balawejder, and Joseph Cautilli
Consolidated with Vol 3, No. 1 - See index above!
Page 252: Parent Implemented Joint Attention Intervention for Preschoolers with Autism - Emily A. Jones and Kathleen M. Feeley
Page 269: Teaching Imitation to Children with Autism: A focus on Social Reciprocity - Brooke Ingersoll
Page 278: Comprehensive Analysis of Mand Training - Michele D. Wallace
Page 287: The Experiences of "Autism Mothers" who become Behavior Analysts: A Qualitative Study - Mary L. Barbera
Page 305: Mother-Child Storybook-telling to Kindergartners with Hearing
Impairment Enrolled in Two Educational Systems, in Comparison
Page 325: Backward Chaining Used to Teach a Woman with Aphasia to
Read Compound Words: A Single Case Study - Haraldur Þorsteinsson
and Zuilma Gabriela Sigurðardóttir
Pg: 149: EMG Biofeedback Treatment of Dysphonias and Related Voice Disorders - Keith D. Allen
Pg: 158: Preschool Intervention Scripts: Lessons from 20 years of Research and Practice – David W. Barnett, et. al.
Pg: 182: Changes in Solitary Functional Play following the Acquisition of Cooperative Play by Children with Autism - Erik Jahr, & Sigmund Eldevik
Pg: 190: Response Variability and Turn-Taking in Cooperative Play – Erik Jahr & Sigmund Eldevik
Pg: 195: Use of Video Modeling to Increase Generalization of Social Play by Children with Autism - Chistos K. Nikopoulos
Pg: 213: Using Electropalatographic Feedback to Treat the Speech of a Child with Severeto-Profound Hearing Loss – Shelia K. Pratt
Pg: 238: Response to Schoneberger (2006): "EIBT Research After Lovaas (1987): A Tale of Two Studies" – Debra J. Wright
Pg: 242: Autism Research Controversy: A Response to Howard et al.'s (2005 Defenders – Ted Schoneberger
Pg: 251: Correction: Passos, 2007
Page 1: A Preliminary Assessment of Teachers’ Implementation of Pivotal Response Training - J. Suhrheinrich, A. C. Stahmer, and L. Schreibman
Page 14: Stimulus Equivalence as a Function of Training Protocol in a Connectionist Network - Fiona Lyddy and Dermot Barnes-Holmes
Page 25: The use of Functional Communication Training to Reduce Pica - D. A. Napolitano, L. A. Blakkman, L.B. Kohl, H.M. Vallese, & D. B. McAdam
Page 32: The Effects of Enthusiasm on Skill Acquisition by Children with Autism - K. A. Clausen, E. Alden-Anderson, K. Stephenson, A. Mueller and K. P. Klatt
Page 46: The Co-occurrence of Autism and Williams Syndrome: A Case Study Report - Vesna Stojanovik
Page 55: Treatment of Velopharyngeal Closure for Speech: Discussion and Implications for Management - Dennis Ruscello
Page 76: Bloomfield and Skinner: Speech-Community, Functions of Language, and Scientific Activity - Maria de Lourdes R. da F. Passos (UFRJ)
Page 97: Promoting Generalization and Maintenance of Skills Learned via Natural Language Teaching - Pete Peterson
Page 139: StorymoviesTM (Gray & Shelly, 2006): A Review - Tracie Lindblad
Page 144: Letter to the Editor: Correction Concerning Howard et al. (2005) - J. Howard, C. Sparkman, H. Cohen, G. Green, and H. Stanislaw
Page 146: Letter To The Editor: Contributions of Howard and Colleagues
(2005) to Early Intensive Behavioral Treatment - Tristram Smith
Consolidated with Vol 2, No.1 - See index above!
Page 179: Editorial – Joe Cautilli and Mareile Koenig
Page 181: A Comparison of Two Approaches for Teaching VB Functions: Total Communication vs. Vocal -Alone - Vincent J. Carbone, Lisa Lewis, Emily J. Sweeney-Kerwin, Julie Dixon, Rose Louden and Susan Quinn
Page 193: Considering Response Efficiency in the Selection and Use of AAC Systems - Susan S. Johnston
Page 207: EIBT Research after Lovaas (1987): A Tale of Two Studies - Ted Schoneberger
Page 218: Maternal Speech To Children With Down Syndrome: An Update - Jean-Adolphe Rondal and Laurence Docquier
Page 228: Training in Phonological Awareness Generalizes to Phonological Working Memory: A Preliminary Investigation - Anne van Kleeck, Ronald B. Gillam and LaVae M. Hoffman
Page 244: Book Review: Educate Toward Recovery: Turning the Tables
on Autism (Schramm, 2006) - Tony Balazs
Page 93: Editorial – Joe Cautilli and Mareile Koenig
Page 94: Regulating Breathing as a Treatment for Stuttering: A Review of the Empirical Evidence - Conelea, C., Rice, K.A and, Woods, D. W.
Page 103: A Common Language: Using B.F. Skinner’s Verbal Behavior for Assessment and Treatment of Communication Disabilities in SLP-ABA - Frost, L., and Bondy, A.
Page 111: The Evolution of Verbal Behavior in Children - Greer, R. D., & Keohane, D.
Page 141: Functional Analysis and Treatment of Selective Mutism in Children - Kearney, C. A., & Vecchio, J.
Page 149: Clinical Perspectives On The Treatment of Selective Mutism - Robert Schum
Page 164: Pragmatic Performance and Functional Communication in Adults
with Aphasia - McCullough, K. C., McCullough, G. H., Ruark, J. L., and
Page 1: Welcome Readers of SLP-ABA! - Joseph Cautilli, Ph.D., BCBA and Mareile Koenig, Ph.D., - CCC-SLP, BCBA
Page 2: ABA-SLP: Collaborating to Support Individuals with Communication Impairments - Mareile Koenig and Joanne Gerenser
Page 11: Behavioral Improvements Associated with Computer-Assisted Instruction for Children with Developmental Disabilities - Christina Whalen, Lars Liden, Brooke Ingersoll, Eric Dallaire, and Sven Liden
Page 27: Equivalence Relations, The Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities and Language: A Synthesis of Behavioral Research and its Implications for Children With Autism - Marianne Jackson, W. Larry Williams, and Jeremy Biesbrouck
Page 43: Rule-Governance, Correspondence Training, and Discrimination Learning: A Developmental Analysis of Covert Conduct Problems - James Snyder, Amber McEachern, Lynn Schrepferman, Robert Zettle, Kassy Johnson, Nathan Swink, and Cecile McAlpine
Page 56: Operant Conditioning and Programmed Instruction in Aphasia Rehabilitation - Robert Goldfarb, Ph. D.
Page 66: An Orton-based Operant Program for Auditory Language Learning Disorders - Leslie Dalton, Ph.D., CCC-SLP/ABA
Page 81: Validation of the Verbal Behavior Package: Old Wine New Bottle- A Reply to Carr & Firth (2005) - Joseph Cautilli, Ph.D.
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