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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

Swansea University Authors: Louise, McHugh, Phil, Reed

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ISSN: 0891-4222
Published: 2008
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title The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits
spellingShingle The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits
Louise, McHugh
Phil, Reed
title_short The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits
title_full 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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