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The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits / Laura Broomfield; Louise McHugh; Phil Reed
Research in Developmental Disabilities, Volume: 29, Issue: 3, Start page: 217
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The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits
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The ideas and design for the study were the joint work of LMc and PR. The data were collected by LB as part of her doctoral research supervised by LMc. LB analyzed the data under supervision. The writing of the manuscript was a joint venture with LMc contributing at all stages.
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