A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF EMPIRICALLY DERIVED CONSEQUENCES FOR THE TREATMENT OF PICA

A preliminary evaluation of empirically derived

A preliminary evaluation of empirically derived consequences for the treatment of pica. W W Fisher , C C Piazza , L G Bowman , P F Kurtz , M R Sherer , and S R Lachman Neurobehavioral Unit, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, Maryland 21205.

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A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF EMPIRICALLY DERIVED

Individualized treatment packages were developed for 3 children with high‐rate severe pica using a discrimination training paradigm and a behavioral assessment‐based procedure known as empirically derived consequences. Children received empirically derived reinforcers for eating under appropriate stimulus conditions (i.e., eating food only from a plate and placemat that served as a discriminative …

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A Preliminary Evaluation of Empirically Derived Consequences For the Treatment of PICA (summary) 3 children received reinforcers for eating under appropriate stimulus conditions, and punishers for attempts at engaging in pica.

A preliminary evaluation of empirically derived

title = «A preliminary evaluation of empirically derived consequences for the treatment of pica.», abstract = «Individualized treatment packages were developed for 3 children with high-rate severe pica using a discrimination training paradigm and a behavioral assessment-based procedure known as empirically derived consequences.

A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF EMPIRICALLY DERIVED

Individualized treatment packages were developed for 3 children with high-rate severe pica using a discrimination training paradigm and a behavioral assessment-based procedure known as empirically derived consequences.

Published in: Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis · 1994Authors: Wayne W Fisher · Cathleen C Piazza · Lynn G Bowman · Patricia F Kurtz · Michelle R …Affiliation: Kennedy Krieger InstituteAbout: Reinforcement · El Niño · Discrimination learning

Treatment of pica through multiple analyses of its

We conducted functional analyses of the pica of 3 participants. The pica of 1 participant appeared to be maintained by automatic reinforcement; that of the other 2 participants appeared to be multiply controlled by social and automatic reinforcement.

An Update on Pica: Prevalence, Contributing Causes, and

Treatment Reduction in exposure is the cornerstone of any treatment program. Treatment approaches are primarily preventive, educational, and directed toward modification of pica behavior (Table 3).