Wildemann, Donald G.

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The effects of extralinguistic control of comprehension and production in the non-fluent child 1976 182 The present study investigated (1) the developmental sequence postulated to exist between the processes of comprehension and production, and (2) the effects of syntactic (word order), semantic (animacy of subject and object), and extra-semantic (dire...
Stimulus intensity effects and second-order response acquisition in Pavlovian fear conditioning 1976 104 The present series of studies was designed to a) determine if, following Pavlovian conditioning of a fear response to a particular conditioned stimulus (CS) intensity, an increase or decrease in the CS intensity would result in changes in the fear re...
Self-imposed timeouts during a successive discrimination : escape or stimulus change? 1978 85 The purpose of the present investigation was to examine the two major theoretical explanations for subject-initiated timeout responding during a successive discrimination. Stimulus change theorists suggest that the perceptible changes in the stimulus...
Teaching three techniques of behavior modification to nonprofessionals 1973 41 Modeling, lecturing, and a combination of modeling and lecturing were compared to a no-treatment control group to see which method was the most effective in teaching applied behavioral techniques to nonprofessionals. The behavioral techniques taught ...
Three techniques for teaching behavior principles to kindergarten children 1974 23 Modeling, verbal training, and a combination of modeling and verbal training were compared to a no-treatment control group to determine which method was most effective in teaching behavior principles to kindergarten children. The principles taught we...