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A Treatment Package without Escape Extinction to Address Food Selectivity
 

A Treatment Package without Escape Extinction to Address Food Selectivity

Article DOI: 10.3791/52898-v 04:23 min August 21st, 2015
August 21st, 2015

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Summary

Feeding difficulties are a common problem for children with developmental disorders, including autism, and behavioral interventions often include escape extinction. Recent research has begun to evaluate treatments that do not include escape extinction. This manuscript describes a multicomponent treatment package that does not use escape extinction to treat feeding difficulties.

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Keywords: Food Selectivity Feeding Difficulties Feeding Disorders Behavior Analytic Interventions Escape Extinction Demand Fading Behavioral Momentum Shaping Sequential Presentation Simultaneous Presentation Developmental Delays Autism
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