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Analysis of response covariationamong multiple topographies of food refusal.
|Title||Analysis of response covariationamong multiple topographies of food refusal.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2002|
|Authors||Sevin BM, Gulotta CS, Sierp BJ, Rosica LA, Miller LJ|
|Journal||Journal of applied behavior analysis|
|Date Published||2002 Spring|
This study examined the effects of sequentially introducing treatment across multiple topographies of food refusal. Treatment with nonremoval of the spoon produced an increase in food acceptance and a decrease in disruption, but expulsion of food increased. When expulsion was treated, packing of food increased. Finally, when packing was treated, all refusal behaviors remained low, and acceptance continued to occur at high and stable levels.
|Alternate Journal||J Appl Behav Anal|