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Behavior Analyst Today, v13 n3-4 p20-26 2012

Matching-to-sample (MTS) training consists of presenting a stimulus as a sample followed by stimuli called comparisons from which a subject makes a choice. This study presents results of a pilot investigation comparing two packages for teaching university students to conduct MTS training. Two groups--control and experimental--with 2 participants in each group were used. Accuracy in conducting MTS training was assessed during baseline and post-training. During training the control group received a manual, and the experimental group received both the manual and computer-aided personalized system of instruction or CAPSI. Baseline and post-training combined scores for control and experimental groups were 72.5% and 100%, and 72.7% and 95%, respectively. Results showed that the manual and the manual-plus-CAPSI packages produced similar effects in delivering knowledge in MTS training. We suggest that future studies using a larger sample size are necessary. In addition, we suggest that it is necessary to test new versions of the manual and the interaction of CAPSI with other components, such as demonstration videos.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Comparative Analysis, Pilot Projects, Computer Assisted Instruction, Accuracy, Pretests Posttests, Reading Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness





Autor: Oliveira, Marileide; Goyos, Celso; Pear, Joseph

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=813&id=EJ1040262







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