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(p. 213) Naturalistic Teaching Procedures 

(p. 213) Naturalistic Teaching Procedures
(p. 213) Naturalistic Teaching Procedures

Keith D. Allen

and Richard J. Cowan

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date: 27 October 2020

This chapter discusses naturalistic teaching procedures for children with autism. It includes a history and definition of naturalistic procedures, incidental teaching, modifications to indicental teaching (the mand-model procedure, time-delay procedure, and behavior chain interruption), the natural language paradigm (NLP) and pivotal response training, script-fading, and milieu teaching.

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