Using Behavioral Skills Training to Improve Graduate Students’ Graphing Skills

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Graphing single-subject data is a crucial skill for behavior analysts. We used a multiple probe design across behaviors to evaluate the effects of behavioral skills training (BST) on three graduate students’ graphing skills. We found that BST is a suitable alternative to other techniques for training graphing fluency. Advantages and disadvantages, as well as implications and conclusions regarding graphical training techniques are discussed.

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