Portland State University. Department of Speech Communication
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech: Emphasis in Speech Pathology/Audiology
L (The sound), Articulation disorders in children -- Oregon -- Portland, Speech therapy
1 online resource (61 p.)
Developing strategies to promote effective carryover is one of the most difficult tasks a clinician faces. Mention has been made in the literature of possible activities to use in the clinical setting to promote carryover. Suggestion has been made in the literature that operant conditioning is a technique which can be employed to achieve carryover. The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether there is a difference in relative effectiveness between operant and non-operant techniques for achieving carryover of /1/.
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Tremblay, Michelle Ann, "A comparison of the effects of non-operant and operant carryover techniques for /l/" (1982). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3230.