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Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis

Document Type

Master's Thesis




Early Childhood, Special Education, and Counselor Education

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Dr. Amy Spriggs


This study presents findings from an alternating treatment design investigation into the efficacy of group versus individual video modeling in facilitating the acquisition of Pilates techniques among individuals with disabilities. The study aimed to assess how these different instructional modalities influenced participants' learning outcomes. The research involved a detailed analysis of two participants, with a focus on observing any variations in their response patterns during the acquisition phase. Through systematic data collection and analysis, the study evaluated the effectiveness of group versus individual Pilates video modeling. The results revealed distinct responses within the participant group, with one individual exhibiting differential responding between conditions with the group being superior. Conversely, the second participant demonstrated no differential responding with no superior condition.

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