Article Course: Vocal Stereotypy


This course counts as 1 BACB CEUs.

ARTICLE: Gibbs, A. R., Tullis, C. A., Thomas, R. and Elkins, B. (2018), The effects of noncontingent music and response interruption and redirection on vocal stereotypy. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 51: 899-914.

Authors demonstrate a method for decreasing vocal stereotypy during work sessions with two children with autism spectrum disorder.

Target audience: Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts

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This course is 1 Type-2 BACB CEUs and consists of the following content:


  1. LaurenValdez (verified owner)

    Very clear step-by-step process on how to implement interventions to decrease vocal stereotypy.

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