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Developing Vocal Speech in Early Learner: A Review of Stimulus-Stimulus Pairing Procedures

CREDIT: 1 BACB Type II CEU

Stimulus-stimulus pairing (SSP) is a procedure used to increase vocalizations in children with language delays. Research on the topic conducted thus far indicates idiosyncratic effects, but some treatment commonalities exist and some research has begun to identify the critical components that make the intervention successful when increasing vocalizations. This session will include a review of the literature, critical treatment components, and will demonstrate the basic steps in the stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure.

Objectives

  • List two critical components of the stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure.
  • List at least two ways to identify stimuli to be used in the stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure.
  • List one way to identify the sounds to be targeted in the stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure.

Author

Amber Valentino, Psy.D., BCBA-D

Length

50 mins

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