You must have a printed version of the book: Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery and Service in order to take this course. You may purchase this book from The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Bookstore.
Read Chapter 8 in Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery and Service, paying close attention to the learning objectives. When you complete the chapter, log in to take the corresponding competency quiz to receive your certificate.
- Describe Salzinger’s experiment on response class of self-referred affect with schizophrenic patients.
- Describe the process and behavioral contingencies by which Salzinger first increased the vocal repertoire of a little boy who had no speech.
- List the various roles Salzinger has held and identify how each of them contributed to his dissemination and work in behavior analysis.