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Match-to-Sample, Errorless Learning

10 July 2016

Teaching individuals to differentiate between items in their environment is a fundamental skill. In addition to learning how to discriminate, it is also important for individuals to learn how to identify what items may belong to a category. The present study will compare three different methods that may be used to teach discrimination skills. The method identified as most effective in this study may be used in a follow up study with individuals with a learning disability.

Requirements

  • 18 years old
  • Internet Access
  • Desktop or Laptop only

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the University of South Wales school of Psychology, early years & therapeutic studies ethics committee on February 13th 2016

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